The very thought of the word "Beauty" vibrates and stimulates the imagination. Beauty is an inner feeling of the outside world. It is the perception of the invisible mind about everything that is visible to us. Nature manifests beauty in many ways and dimensions. Flowers and fruits, rainbows, sunset and mountains covered with snow are just a few examples. Children are beautiful because of innocence. It is strange to see some people taking all the necessary steps to beautify themselves and stay thin, but do not guide their children in the same direction. As a result, children grow up poorly and look older than their parents. The majority of people attach more importance to impermanent superficiality than to the strength of the flawless mind.
Beauty is a relative concept that depends on the viewer: what is beauty for one person has no impact on another. The admiration of beauty is permissible, but its possession is not allowed unless it is available for the property. Visitors are asked not to touch objects in a palace or to pick flowers in a garden. Humans have craved beauty since the day of civilization. All resources, from the roots of animals' milk plants, have been exploited to preserve beauty. Nowadays, expensive cosmetic techniques such as plastic surgery, liposuction, transplantation, etc. are in place, in addition to the use of chemical preparations such as creams, gels, shampoos and lotions. Artists and actors need this makeup to make a living.
Beauty includes the Natural and Artificial types. Anything that looks attractive in its original form is a natural beauty. Animals and birds look great without clothes or jewelry. Clothes and cosmetics give an ugly person a clever look. A Tamil proverb "Clothes make the man complete" confirms it. However, to impress others, some wear expensive dresses while others strip their bodies. The conduct and character reveal the beauty of the human spirit. Many are well dressed, but they lack behavior. There are personalities like Mahatma Gandhi who simply dress but show beauty through wisdom and sacrifice. It is common to say that beauty and talent can not be found together in one person.
The beautification of the body with natural materials is preferable to the use of synthetic products. The latter is not only expensive, but produces harmful side effects. For example, the regular use of hair dye would cause allergies such as sinusitis, a loss of color and texture of normal hair, in addition to the risks of various cancers. In addition, the costs of medical care and the personal suffering necessary to return to normal health are preventable. The extra time spent decorating sometimes ended up missing the trip or the appointment. Why should we invite trouble by spending our efforts and money wrongly?
The beauty of the body fades with age, while the beautiful spirits enliven life forever. Nevertheless, the embellishment helps to raise our morale and strengthen our confidence in us. Overconsumption harms our time, our health and our money. Dr. Abdul Kalam, the former president of India, said: "Dreams of beauty will derail our homework, dreams of duty will make life more beautiful."