Perfection And Flaw: Feminine Beauty

9 Mar

1.The woman shown in this picture, Audrey Hepburn represents perfection in feminine beauty. What makes her perfect, is her elegance and most importantly her charm. Her charm consists in her insecurities that made her seem perfect. Her natural beauty, and the ultra feminine ways of acting and presenting herself in public made her the ultimate icon of beauty and perfection. Her perfection lays in her natural, charming, sophisticated and womanly wise character; her beauty is as if radiated from inside. As an actress, the roles she played were always of innocent, sophisticated young women. And even if she played a so called “call girl” in one of her movies, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, her elegance and girlish charm made her restless and short tempered character transform itself into a kind hearted innocent young woman in the eyes of the audience.

2. The opposite of feminine beauty in terms of perfection is illustrated in this picture. She is the complete opposite of Audrey Hepburn as she does not possess her qualities. First major difference is her fake looks. Her wish to be “perfect”, only made her seem so unperfect and unattractive. She does not possess that elegance and feminine side that Hepburn posseses. This makes her look more masculine and not pleasant to look at.

3. This image of a fawn represents beauty in a different context. Even though it is not of a human, this fawn shows its gentle and innocent and natural self. This is what makes it beautiful and pleasant to look at. Just as feminine beauty, Audrey Hepburn, it’s gentleness and innocence makes it perfect.

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