lipstick alley beauty
I’m not just going to tell you about my obsession with lipstick. This is a blog about beauty, self-awareness, and beauty.
The lipstick phenomenon is nothing new. Back in the fifties and sixties, the term “lipstick” was often used in a derogatory manner. Lipstick was a sign of a woman’s immaturity and sexual promiscuity, and a sign of her “badness.” Even now, lipstick is often used as a derogatory term and the meaning is no longer so clear.
In my opinion, lipstick can be a powerful tool in women’s self-awareness. I think it’s not so much about the actual lipstick that defines a woman’s character, but about the way we use it. Some people use lipstick as a way to make themselves feel beautiful, while others use it as a way to make the people around them feel better about themselves.
I think this is really a very valid point. What I’m going to do is I’m just going to leave lipstick aside for a second and talk a little bit about how lipstick can act as a form of self-awareness. First of all, the lipstick itself is not as important as the way we use it. The lipstick on your lips, like a lot of other parts of our bodies, is a reflection of our inner selves.
When we use it as a way to feel better about ourselves, we’re simply making the outside environment feel better about us. I mean, we’re all aware of that. We’ve all looked at ourselves in the mirror and said, “I’m not feeling great this morning.” We might even know it’s not feeling good, but we don’t really care.
We all have different needs, and when we’re in this position, we need to be aware of what we’re doing to others, because that’s the only way we can truly learn to communicate. You can only really know someone by how they treat you, and that is not something you can learn from the outside.
One of the reasons I like to write a column is so I can let you in on a secret. It has nothing to do with your own skin tone, or your choice of lipstick, or your sense of style, it has to do with how you treat others. When you use your own judgement, you are not only judging their actions but you are judging yourself.
You may have read about the idea of self-perception, that the way we take in a new person influences the way we see ourselves. Self-perception, is also one of the reasons we go to cosmetic surgery. The way we see ourselves is so much more than our physical appearance. The way we see ourselves can make all the difference in the world between looking like a clown or a goddess.
What’s interesting is that the only way we know to change our self-perception is through cosmetic surgery. But, as with all cosmetic surgery, there are risks. And like any other surgery, it requires a lot of self-knowledge and self-awareness.
Lipstick is another product that is heavily dependent upon self-perception. The same is true for other beauty products. People in your life will often notice your new lip color and you will feel great about it, but it may not be something you actually like. What you think is a better color than the one you wore last night is what will be on your skin.