Note: I am writing this take because I am sick of reading questions of attractive girls having terrible personalities, stupid or materialistic. This is based on my personal experiences and I'm sharing my opinion. Your thoughts are welcome.
It's a myth that attractive girls have bad personalities and are stupid. And who propagated that myth other than unattractive people themselves?
When I was in high school, I was bullied by a group of mean girls who brought down my self-confidence. When I look back at high school pictures, I am much more beautiful than all of them. I was taller, had bigger breasts and flawless skin. Because of their bullying, I never accepted my beauty.
That's why I don't make friends with unattractive girls, I don't need their negativity in my life. All my female friends are very attractive girls like me. We have no need to be competitive with each other because we get enough male attention our way.
One of my friends is an actress, I always compliment her on her great skin and figure while she compliments me on my height and beautiful hair. In my experience, beautiful girls always admire the beauty of other girls. It takes one to notice one.
Beautiful girls take great care of themselves and are very healthy. They are not lazy. I go to the gym with my girlfriends, we're also environmentally conscious. I am a vegetarian while some of my friends are vegan. We have a great fashion sense, we like to dress well and look good.
If a beautiful woman chooses to be faithful and loyal to you all the while knowing she has many options, it means she has a great deal of respect for you and you are very special to her.
I am engaged to my boyfriend and we are to be married next year. He was my first real relationship and I can't wait to spend the rest of my life with him.
Most of the caring, helpful and culturally aware people are beautiful girls. Movies like Mean Girls, which show beautiful girls as being bitchy and rude, are the reason why this myth persists.
I leave this take with a quote from Grace Kelly, whom I admire, she was beautiful on the inside and outside. ''Elegance is not standing out, but being remembered"