Organized beauty products not only look aesthetically pleasing but can also be someone’s confidence booster. One’s level of physical attraction adds to the level of attraction they receive as well as their self-esteem. In general, those who are less physically attractive be likely to have lower self-esteem and confidence than those who are more physically attractive. A person with healthy self-esteem is one who is comfortable in their skin, the situation in life, and with what are others’ attitudes towards them. Struggling with low self-esteem is not healthy in any way and to cope with they usually opt for beauty products, makeup, and sometimes beauty procedures like lip fillers, Botox, enhancers, etc.

Makeup sure is important in daily life but making it essential for building personality is not healthy and is fake. Self-acceptance is the key to personality building. Obviously, it is not going to be easy at the start but with determination, anyone can achieve that, maybe starting with smaller steps like using natural alternatives which are the true beauty products. Switching lipsticks with natural tinted lip balms or instead of using shampoos made out of heavy chemicals use organic shampoos made of natural ingredients like essential oils, green tea, etc. This will not only be sustainable for the planet but will also complete their purpose as well as give the satisfaction that it is enhancing their beauty. Beauty products sure do not only boost self-esteem but also help in performing better cognitively. The 'lipstick effect' is a well-known psychological fact in which wearing makeup can give individuals a confidence boost but using heavy chemical base products on daily basis will only damage the skin.