There is no denying that a first impression is based on a person’s look. Looking at beautiful women, a lot of thoughts come into mind. Some presumably feel that beautiful women have it all, such as a rich husband, a lot of friends, a great career, beautiful children, and so on. This is where the psychology of beauty perception takes place.
Because of such reasons and thinking that it’s better to be beautiful looking, they change how they look through plastic and cosmetic surgery. Before undergoing any surgical procedure, you must think and ask yourself. What is your motive to change your body? Would the change bring good or bad in your life?
With a great look, it is probably easier to get a job. Let’s face it. Companies take advantage of beautiful looking people. They expect to get higher revenues by exposing beautiful looking employees in their company. There are a lot of examples to this, such as sales promotion girls, marketing executives, secretaries, and models for advertisements. We normally see good looking people for those positions. And surely, there is a reason for that.
Another thing about the way people look is that it can actually influence one’s personality. If you feel pretty, you will probably feel confident about yourself and feel accepted. You become an extrovert knowing that people actually want to be around you. On the other hand, if you don’t feel good about the way you look, you might probably become an introvert.
Not so sure others want to be close to you.
The danger to all of this is that people might actually take advantage of the way they look. Women who feel pretty may use their beauty to get buyers and followers for example. Meanwhile, people who feel they have a cruel looking face might even actually take advantage of that to scare people and get their respect like football players. The scarier you look, the less likely your opponent would want to mess around with you.
Fortunately, time does tell. The more we get to know someone, the more we appreciate them because of who they are. Not solely based on the way they look which is unfair.