I have been pondering this question all day, what is beauty?
Some say beauty is all about symmetry, which makes sense. Symmetry is all around us in nature. I wrote a stupid humorous hub about facial symmetry:
http://hubpages.com/hub/Which-Side-of-Y … -Good-Side
Beauty is a personal experience which can either be mental, spiritual or visual. It is a personal experience and doesn't necessarily start and stop with that which your eyes can see. Ones perception of beauty can differ depending on ones mindset/maturity as well as experience. A simple act can be just as beautiful as a smile, A personality can be as astounding as ones figure and a mature conversation can be as stimulating as passionate intimac!. You choose what beauty is by your way of life and the choices that you make! Hope that makes sense to you ..........ciao
Vonda G. Nelson
The saying "beauty is in the eye of the beholder" is an absolute.
Those things that appeal to our minds and the way we think about is beauty to us. Beauty is difined differently by each person, and those things that bring happiness to our hearts, is beauty.
It is a very individual thing that is mostly an opinion. Sometimes it is something that reminds us of something, or brings back a memory from childhood. Definately it is different for each person.
Check out this answer from Dna Le Sac VS Scroobius Pip. An amazing song about Beauty and Tommy Cooper.
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