Hey guys, I see a lot of people complaining on here about their looks and I've always kind of battled with the question myself.
So, let's say you were born as plain as day, not good looking or bad looking, you couldn't stand out if your life depended on it.
Do you think if this person began working out, suited themselves up to a style that fit them, and refined their personality a bit, they would begin to start turning heads?
Do you think this could theoretically apply to all plain people? Has anyone ever had an experience with this, whether it was yourself or a friend?
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I think if the person suffers from "ugly duckling syndrome," then that means they do have potential to be more attractive. Typically it involves small changes to the face and body that make the biggest difference and when those changes all come together, it's a huge difference.
For instance, ugly ducklings tend to be overweight as children but when they get in high school or college, they begin working out and eating healthier. Their body shape may be accentuated and their faces become more structured once the baby fat is lost.
Getting eyebrows shaped and threaded/waxed can really re-shape a persons face, believe it or not. If done properly, it can bring out the facial structure in a flattering light.
A nose job can also re-shape a persons face and make their jaw appear smaller and their cheekbones more prominent.
Braces straighten the teeth and if rubber bands are used, the jaw is actually shifted, so they may go from having a jaw that sticks out, to a jaw that fits their face better.
Going from glasses to contacts can be a biggie.
Getting a hair cut that suits their facial structure and hair color that fits their skin tone is another biggie
Learning to apply makeup
Going to the dermatologist
You'll find these are common things that ugly ducklings do. But, being plain doesn't necessarily mean someone is or was an ugly duckling
Do I believe ANY plain looking person can become attractive? No. There are just some men and women who are average and no matter the amount of makeup, working out, supplements, weight loss, surgery they'll always remain plain.
There's nothing wrong with that, but some people just don't have an "it" factor to them.0