Which beautiful woman do you look like?

Written by Karen Gibbs

I love this quiz because they get it right every single time! Try it and see for yourself.
In our society, we are bombarded with commercials, posters, magazine articles and expectations on how we should look. From a young age, we are conditioned to believe that we are far from perfect or beautiful. If we wear this brand of clothing, use this skin cream, have this hairstyle, then we will be beautiful.. and the list goes on and on. From a very young age, we try to conform so that we can fit in and reach that goal. Sadly, the older we get, the goal gets further and further away and yet we keep striving for it. We flick through magazines admiring the perfect skin on the people in the pictures, how slim they all look, how perfect they appear. If they can do it, so can we! So we buy the latest looks, the same makeup or creams as the celebrities in the photos. After all, it worked for them didn’t it? How shallow is our society!? It comes as a shock to many when they find out the photos are touched up and often quite dramatically. Pimples are removed, layers of fat simply rubbed away, cellulite glossed over, hair highlighted, eyes brightened and generally changed to portray that perfect look. Still, the image remains in our minds. It’s hard to disregard years of brainwashing.
In my opinion, we are all perfectly unique! So which beautiful woman do you look like? Take this quiz and see the answer. I was very happy with the answer I got and they even got it right for all my friends. For once, a quiz that’s always right! Ha! Please leave me a comment below as I’d love to hear what you think about your answer too! Have fun!



About the author

Karen Gibbs

'Empowering Connections' is my thing. Hi there, I'm Karen, a Circle Facilitator, Author and Coach, empowering individuals to feel connected and positively impact the lives of others.
Through my writing, I advocate for those who struggle with depression or anxiety by supporting and serving their families and friends to understand mental health issues better.
My latest book is entitled "Stop The Downward Spiral: Everything the person in your life who struggles with depression wishes you knew."
I published my first book, Scrapbook Creations, in 2002 and won the Sunshine Coast Excellence in Business award for my business of the same name.
Helping others to connect and live a happy, faith-infused life is my passion. I gain inspiration daily from God and nature.
From my heart to yours, Karen x

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