"If one has no vanity in this life of ours, there is no sufficent reason
for living." Leo Tolstoy

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

"The fountain of Success?"

Many feel that success changes how you look. Many women can be seen as a before & after. Meaning before success and after success, does being successful mean you can also fulfill your fullest appearance potential?


  1. When ppl say beauty is within I totally let it in one ear and out the other. That saying is your children.
    Being successful has its perks…and one of the main perks is MONEY. When you have money you have the means to glamorize yourself and buy the best of the best…In my opinion, you should.
    The way you present yourself says a lot about you who you are and what you represent.
    Am I wrong?

  2. You can definitely tell when a women takes care of herself, and the amount of success they have definitely play a big part.

  3. Success somewhat can pull the wool over the eyes of an individual that only sees a limited amount of who someone really is. When we see successful people, particular people in show business, television, and magazines, we see a, "made-up/plastic," portrayal versus who that individual is if you were to see them in their comfort zone. How juicy is it to catch a celeb out in the streets dressed down, without makeup, or without the enhancements of clever camera work? The gossip blogs eat this kind of thing up. I always find myself surprised of how underwhelming their appearance is without all of which I mentioned in my prior question. I personally find myself attracted to a more simple, but elegant style on a woman more than a superficial appearance that money can sometime create for a person. I said all this to say that, a woman who possesses that, "fall outta bed beauty," beats what money can do for your appearance any day. Therefore I believe that your appearance potential is reached long before the money and success, it is reached when your natural appearance is more intriguing than a plastic one.