10 Ways You Are Beautiful (Inspiring Video)

“The media and cosmetic companies have it all wrong. This is how you can really be beautiful. (Hint: you already are.)”

This video, from blogger Chookooloonks (Karen Walrond), discusses what real beauty isóand how your differences actually heighten your beauty. She shows portraits of women from a wide range of backgrounds, all of whom are unquestionably radiant, each in her own unique way. Watch it above, and remember how beautiful you are, too!

From the video, here’s a list of the top 10 ways to stay true to yourself, your differences, and your beauty:

1. Remember there are differences, but there are no flaws.
2. There’s only one fashion rule: if it makes you feel awesome, wear it.
3. Be willing to be vulnerable, so you can also fully experience joy.
4. Control your own perspective. Perspective is everything.
5. Another word for sexy? Confident.
6. Breathe. Deeply and every day.
7. Express yourself. Often, kindly and without apology.
8. The adventure is in the attempt. Embrace possibility.
9. To remain youthful, never stop looking for the wonderful.
10. And finally: create your own story. Never let others create it for you.



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Elena T.
Elena P4 years ago

Thank you :)

Aud Nordby
Aud nordby4 years ago


Teresa Wlosowicz
Teresa W4 years ago

None of these applies to me. I'm fat and ugly, and I've always been. :-(

Sarah M.
Sarah M5 years ago

Love, love, love!

Jane L.
Jane L5 years ago

really love 5, 6, and 10 :)

Kathy Perez
Kathy Johnson5 years ago

amazing. thank you

Past Member
Christine W5 years ago

Thanks for sharing!

Jane H.
Jane H5 years ago

very good---all these wonderful assurances are great for women!!

Lauren Weinstock
Lauren Weinstock5 years ago

Too bad there wasn't even more variety in the photos. I love my silvery brown hair now that I'm aging. I also think that people with obvious disabilities have beauty and sorry that wasn't shown in the video. We are still too focused on the young and able- and white.

Jennifer C.
Past Member 5 years ago