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What Makes a Woman Beautiful

To my mind a woman cannot be beautiful unless she is living to the full, is harmoniously developing all her potentialities, has complete self-confidence, and has achieved an effortless coordination of mind and body. A girl may have lovely features before she is 28, but she usually hasn't lived enough to have much depth of feeling in her face.
I have a grudge against Hollywood make-up men. They wring the naturalness out of a girl and then create a"screen personality" by building sex and attractiveness into her. They take fresh peaches and make them into canned peaches. I prefer fresh ones. There are natural beauties in Hollywood, but many are starlets who receive $75 a week to serve as decorations and give the town prestige as the Mecca of beauties.
Most models that I know are natural persons. They have to be so to be convincing when they are photographed beaming at a vacuum cleaner or peering into a refrigerator to sell another person on the product. And when they step into a$r.q8 dress and make it look like a$iq8 dress, they have to have a radiant personality to succeed.
The "high fashion models" for the fashion magazines are another thing again, and American women should realize this before trying to copy their sophisticated expressions. The requirements of their job force these girls to depersonalize their faces. They strive to look bored. They stare into space. They suck in their cheeks to look more angular than they are. Angles give pictorial drama and the mannequins look that way so that women will see only the mink coat or $60o evening gown being displayed. That particular look is effective for clotheshorses but can be deadly as far as appeal to men is concerned.
But the worst fault of most women is that they copy styles of hairdos and make-ups that they see on other women they consider beautiful, without regard to how these styles will look on them. An outdoor type of girl certainly should not adopt an elaborate coiffure, as many try to do.
There is nothing exclusive about beauty. It is within the potentialites

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