Women don’t dress up to impress anyone, just like men have the peer pressure to do earn well, women are also under the peer pressure to look good.
Ever Since we are born the young girls are taught that only if you are good looking and fit into the below standards, you will be accepted in the society. As per the standard Good Looks Rule, you have to be:
Fair, (Kareena Kapoor, Katrina Kaif how are they so fair, which cream do they apply? Run to the parlor now)
Slim, (No extra Fat even post delivery, the world did not even spare Aishwarya Rai Bachchan,if Shilpa Shetty can be slim why can’t others be)
Highlighted Features, (Make up high lights your cheek bones like Malaika Arora Khan, or apply thick kajal to highlight your eyes)
Should behave lady like, (Even despite all this stand like a statue in social functions, be respectable, if alcohol is being served you can’t have a sip)
No one thinks this is an issue that we need to talk about and that’s why today we have children as young as 12 and 13 who visit parlors to take beauty treatment. There is no harm to look good and to take care of yourself but the increasing amount of peer pressure to look good and fit into the standard set by the cosmetic companies is damaging the skin and health of our children.
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