I know most of you will probably say' "Beauty if in the eye of the beholder."
I do believe that is true, but then there are those girls who EVERYONE thinks is pretty. Like Kendall Jenner. A girl doesn't even have to be a model, everyone just finds her beautiful.
I feel like when people say this quote they are basically saying you're ugly, in a way. Saying how not everyone thinks you're pretty, only a handful. And tbh it never helped me feel any less insecure about my looks. I'm not saying I hate myself, or think I'm the ugliest person ever, but I just don't feel pretty, you know? It's just hard to explain.
Not many people ever tell me I'm pretty flat out. There are those people you meet occasionally who say that you're beautiful as soon as they meet you. There are only a few of those kinds. My friends tell me I'm pretty, but I feel like they only say it because they are suppose to. A small handful of guys have called me hot, or pretty, but it doesn't help.
All in all, how does one actually feel pretty? If people don't tell you that you are pretty does it mean you aren't? If not many guys like you/you don't know any guys who do like you mean that you're ugly? How do you know when someone finds you pretty?
Most Helpful Guy
Well, like the saying beauty is in the eyes of the beholder, i say most of the times those eyes are blind as a bat, i dont let society claim what is beautiful and what isn't, i decide for myself what is, from little imperfections to certain looks etc.. I found a lot of people are attractive, what makes a person ugly is an ugly heart0
Most Helpful Girl
Perception and Symmetry, and the Golden Ratio.
A facial length that is approximately 1.5 times it's width, equal lengths between, the hairline and eyes, the eyes and the bottom part of the nose, the bottom of the nose to the bottom part of the chin, ear length that is equal to nose length and eye width that is equal to the distance between both eyes.
Calculating these measurements together is what gives you your ratio or a beauty rating between one and ten. The closer a person is to the Golden Ratio of 1.618; the more beautiful they are considered to be. While no one has ever been rated a perfect 10, celebrities like Angelina Jolie are considered to be very close.
The Golden Ratio can be used to measure beauty no matter the person’s ethnicity. It seems that people of all races can have facial proportions that come close to meeting the ratio of 1.618.
This means that variations in nose, lip and eye shape do not matter as much so long as the person’s face is proportionate and symmetrical.
Studies have also shown that no matter what your ratio is, everyone’s face is closer to the Golden Ratio when they smile. This may largely be the reason that we consider smiling faces to be more inviting and safe.
Wishing you the best of luck.0