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Popular phrases define beauty as 'beauty is in the eye of the beholder,' or 'beauty is only skin deep.' But the question is: Should we define beauty by what we see in the media or by popular culture and trends?
We often do not have a clear view of what beauty is. We use different life experiences and memories we have and blend them to form our own definition of our beauty.
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