How Does Beauty Really Be?
Beauty is often described as an aesthetic feature of things that makes these things enjoyable to see. These things may be people, sunsets, landscapes and other works of art. Beauty, along with personal taste and aesthetic appreciation, is often the core theme of aesthetics, another of the most important branches of contemporary philosophy. In recent years the term “beauty” has come to encompass all other aspects of human thought and action. While aesthetic appreciation has long been regarded as an individual endeavor, theories of beauty have become deeply integrated into many fields of study.
According to some theories beauty is determined by the body’s composition – the proportions of skin, bone, muscle and other organs to height, weight and other variables such as hair color, facial features, skin pigment and the overall appearance. The beauty meter, as some call it, is a scale used to evaluate beauty. Another branch of study that attempts to define beauty includes the aesthetic: the use of selected elements in the visual arts to create the effect of beauty.
Beauty is not only determined by physical attributes such as skin color, hair color, nose shape, lip color, eye color and other physical traits, but it also is determined by the choice to be beautiful. This is a personal choice, often motivated by feelings of anxiety, loneliness or other emotional disturbances. For many people, beauty is found in their daily interactions with others, with nature, with their physical environment, and with makeup and jewelry they wear. These are the elements that constitute the elements of beauty in our lives. From these elements, beauty can then be deduced, and the beholder is then said to be beautiful.