Ask Away...: For True Beauty, Take Things Slowly

Wednesday, June 28, 2017

For True Beauty, Take Things Slowly

Let's face it - if you want to achieve perfection in your looks and beauty, you're going to have to work hard for it. There are no secrets, nor shortcuts that are going to work. Even cosmetic surgery takes a long time! Rushing through steps in the path towards perfection can be extremely harmful and is something that should be avoided at all costs. Taking dodgy shortcuts to enhance your beauty can have dire consequences, and ruin your natural beauty (which is something we all have, without exceptions), but it can also come with some horrific setbacks to not just your looks, but also your health.
There's a lot to be said for doing things the right way with health and beauty. The longer path is certainly more rewarding, and you can certainly take a lot of pride and confidence in knowing that you did things the right way and got the results you craved in a healthy manner. The longer path also ensures that you're in safe and responsible hands - if not yours, then a trained professional at the very least. Taking things slowly means you can plan, train, eat and live life properly. If you choose to achieve your beauty goals in a slow, steady and responsible manner, you'll be all the better for it, in more ways than just one. Choosing the slow path can ensure you're setup with lifestyle changes and choices that can lead to a fruitful and beneficial life. Learning how to exercise, eat and look after your body is something we could all do, and these changes last for a lifetime.

Firstly, cosmetic surgery isn’t something we should automatically avoid. Bad cosmetic surgery is quick, easy - but painful and complicated. For the best results, you need to deal with a premier plastic surgeon who will take their time with multiple consultations to ensure you get the results you want, but also be willing to say no if your health is at risk. If your results can only be attained with plastic surgery, take your time, do your research and consider it. Don’t rush into a decision, as it might be something that ruins your life.

Tanning is a beauty habit for those with fair-skin, however tanning irresponsibility is a danger. Tanning with sun-lotion or sun cream leaves us in exposure to intense UV rays from the sun. It certainly might take longer to tan with suncream, but even the slightest gap in protection can lead to the development of cancerous pigments. Take sun-care seriously, and think twice about tanning.

Eating is something we need to consider. Eating mindfully and conservatively is great, but starving yourself to achieve a slimmer waist can come with severe consequences. Malnutrition, digestive issues, mental disorders and anaemia are some of the issues that can stem from starvation. You need to eat, no matter what.

Shortcuts don’t work out in beauty, so don’t take them. Take the slow road, the high road to a healthy beautiful existence without any issues!

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