By: Jackie Clark
Every girl wants to feel beautiful. Beauty comes not only from what a person looks like on the outside, but also how they feel about themselves on the inside. However, sometimes, it can take changing a few materialistic things in order for someone's to truly accept their beauty for the first time. A woman's clothing can say a lot about her personality to the outside world. It can make her feel strong and confident, happy and flirty, and even, sexy.
Sometimes, it may be difficult for a woman to feel comfortable in her own skin. Women can end up choosing clothing that is comfortable and "safe" so that they blend in with the rest of the world and are not the center of attention. It is a subconscious act, but can make a huge difference in how a woman perceives herself.
Color plays a huge part in this. It is known that brighter colors make consumers feel happier. For example, a woman may feel sexier in a bright red dress rather than a brown one. The color gives off a certain vibe to the consumer when they put it on. This is especially important for consumers who are struggling daily to feel comfortable in their own. Women suffering from mesothelioma cancer paired with asbestos exposure, for example, are treated with surgery and chemotherapy treatments. These treatments may cause women to lose their hair and feel self-conscious about the way that they look. The brighter colors may highlight their inner beauty on the outside.
Also, the fabric that a woman chooses for her clothing can make a huge difference as well. Fashion has a lot to do with texture, as well as color. Certain fabrics can make a woman pop out of her quiet shell and embrace her figure. For example, when a dress is silky and smooth, tracing her skin, it can make her feel sensual, special, and even, dangerous. However, when a woman wears a cotton turtleneck, she may feel more reserved and quiet.
Women deserve to feel beautiful. Finding that beauty within themselves can take soul-searching and time. A woman's fashion should match her personality. Clothing and accessories have a magical way of making even the most shy woman extroverted and smile ear-to-ear. It is all about feeling vibrant and womanly. By looking in the mirror more often and loving the reflection staring back, a woman can truly accept her inner beauty and share it with the world.
This article has been written by Jackie Clark who's working for the Mesothelioma Cancer Alliance and it should help all women to feel beautiful even if they have been diagnosed with cancer and gone through a chemotherapy treatment. We hope this helps women who got the devastating cancer diagnosis to be able to say 'YES I have cancer', but I am no less beautiful than I was before my diagnosis. I'd also like to share this inspiring short clip from Sex and the City with all of you