Last year, I looked down on fake cake faces. This year, I have begun to bow to the magnificent powers of professional make-up and Adobe Photoshop.
When you cut off a model/celebrity’s access to godly photographing/photo-editing skills and knock off their powders, how many of them still look so stunningly mouth-gapingly attractive?
What’s physical beauty nowadays? Fake eyelashes, fake boobs, million-dollar noses and what else? It’s because you can’t see at first instance into the inner content contained within this outer shell that physical appearances do matter so much to a certain extent. Pretty people do receive extra benefits. People often (at least) begin with treating good-looking people better. And hence, I’ve changed my views.
With the latest make-up technology, it makes no difference in the end whether the person had natural beauty initially or not. It is time to recognise that superficial beauty prevails over natural beauty at least in the short-term. It is time to succumb to routine face-caking and eye-painting sessions.
Just because I can’t spare enough money for a full set of Chanel and Christian Dior make-up equipment, laser treatments and regular beauty therapy, I’ll have to live with my flawed shell and get used to unfair treatment.
Bottom-line: Money = Beauty. Once again, money makes the world go ’round dammit.
- Superficial beauty tips
- Geekification step 1
- Law School Beauty Pageant 2008
- Money, money, money, always money