You’re not supposed to be ugly
Why are you ugly?
Q- Why do bags form under some people's eyes?
A- Because they never touch the skin of that area and they let it decay.
Q- Why does the nose of some people increase in size as they age?
A- Because they do nothing to counter its enlargement.
Q- Why does the facial skin of some people become thick, inexpressive and ugly?
A- Because, instead of touching their skin, they apply creams that stop its natural desquamation process (dead skin cell removal).
Grooming your skin can restore your beauty
Human grooming lets you use your nails and fingertips to remove dead cells and unfold the skin of your face.
It works and it's free.
The following video will get you started:
|Human grooming rediscovered - Video|
The skin of your face is folded and that's what makes you ugly
Your facial features are simply folds in your skin.
Cutaneous folds, even though some are obvious, have been disregarded by dermatologists and skin care specialists.
The folds deepen all your life and make you increasingly bad-looking.
Folds reduce your expressiveness because they hamper the action of your facial muscles.
In fact, they slowly condemn you to a single facial expression.
Folds have an adverse effect on your hair; slowly preparing whitening and baldness.
Most folds aren't visible, because your skin covers them with epidermis cells
On your face, the same folds are created every time you talk, every time you eat, every time you frown, every time you smile, ...
To protect itself, your skin paves the bottom of the folds with coats of fresh epidermis cells.
This reaction stiffens the skin so it won't bend so easily; but it thickens it and makes it inexpressive.
This leads to ugliness.
Folds create a global effect
Even if you don't see the folds individually, you see the overall deterioration they produce.
You end up getting a general impression of ugliness.
Your eye for beauty is only an ability to recognize healthy, unfolded skin.
Your clues include skin thickness, tension, tone, elasticity, ...
The skin of beautiful people is so flexible that facial expressions ripple through it without constrain.
Folds hardens the skin and deform a person's features.
For example, the eyebrows in the picture above are suppose to be two straight horizontal lines.
Even if the folds are not visible, you perceive them as ugliness.
Unfolding the skin restores its beauty
Simply pressing on a fold, with your nail or your fingertip, flattens the skin and opens up the fold.
The depth of the folds can be reduced gradually, until they are totally removed.
Your skin is malleable and flexible.
You shouldn't consider it as a prefabricated inert object.
Your facial features are removable.
Beauty is not a lottery
Beauty seemed unfair.
Why would one individual have it and not the next?
Grooming proves that beauty is neither hereditary, nor genetic.
If you unfolded the skin on your face, your beauty would be comparable to that of any other healthy, unfolded face.
In fact, we have not seen real beauty yet, since even the most beautiful human faces are folded.
Ugliness is a lack of care.
The grace of your body complements your facial beauty
Your face is attached to your body.
They form an indissociable pair for the people who look at you.
You are kidding yourself if you think that you can attain facial beauty on an ugly body.
Beautiful bodies are lean and healthy with a good, but not exaggerated, muscular definition.
Fat is unhealthy and ugly.
Why are some people more ugly?
When confronted with this question, most people will think that such conditions are genetic and hereditary and that nothing can be done to change this situation.
Ugliness is a lack of care and people who are ugly simply have more folded, and consequently thicker, skin.
They also have not taken care of their skin.
It is true that some predetermined factors can contribute to someone's hideousness, such as the shape of the skull and skeleton.
However, the main element of beauty is the state of the skin that covers the bones.
The more it is folded, the more a person's traits will be exaggerated.
Even the most disadvantaged people can maximize their beauty by unfolding their skin.
Beauty as a social obligation
Being ugly is not well accepted socially.
Ugly people are avoided by those who interact with them and become isolated.
They end up congregating with individuals who have similar problems and form groups of uglies where they feel shielded from the beauty lovers.
However, this attitude only leads to further solitude.
Any effort you make to beautify yourself will be considered favorably by others because it symbolizes your desire to be part of society.
Humans haven't invented this notion of social presentability; you can observe several types of animals grooming, each in their own manner, in order to be acceptable to others.