Beauty has always been a key to unlock many doors, it plays an important role on human relationships in society . However, the definition of beauty varies from person to person. A quote was made “ beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder”. For instance someone may be very physically beautiful and yes people who are physically attractive do tend to make a better first impression, and get treated a little nicer than those who aren't. But if a person who is physically beautiful turned out to have a really bad personality after a while of knowing that particular person our perceptions would change and they would no longer be beautiful to us this shows that it all depends on your own perception of beauty.
It is hardly controversial to say that society has an unhealthy obsession with images of beauty, good looks and the idea of perfection. If one were to judge our civilization solely by images found in magazines and on television and movies, they would labour under the false impression that not only did we all bear a striking physical resemblance to each other, but that we are an inordinately attractive race. The media has a massive influence on beauty standards throughout the world. Television and magazines are major methods of spreading the toxic ideas of: “you’re too big, your hair is not straight enough, you are not skinny enough.” Society fuelled the media and holds responsibility for letting the media create a lack of confidence and desire to change in women.
The effects on people who do not try to live up to societys idea of beauty can sometimes find themselves getting judged or not being as accepted as someone who were.