- Paperback: 144 pages
- Publisher: Austin Macauley (May 31, 2018)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 178710804X
- ISBN-13: 978-1787108042
- Product Dimensions: 5.1 x 0.3 x 7.8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 3 customer reviews
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Beauty Redefined Paperback – May 30, 2018
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Shenoy writes in an insightful, conversational tone making it and an attentive reading as Shenoy educates and advises all in one. I also think the title is wrong. Shenoy guides us not on how to feel beautiful, but to bring out the beauty that always has been inside each one of us. I thank Shenoy for helping me remember.
I feel so fortunate to have stumbled upon this book after listening to one of Seline’s interviews. I’ve been dealing with low-self esteem issues since I was a young girl and this book speaks straight to those issues that I face. I just finished reading it and I had to express my feelings about it.
Beauty Redefined gives an overview of how to tackles these feelings and ideas and challenges women to rethink how they see the world around them and how they interact with it. Seline says it best when she states: “The tricky road to self-love is filled with emotional minefields. That’s why women are in dire need of guidance and tools to discover genuine self-acceptance. This book is for the woman who is ready to overcome self-doubt and instigate positive change, so she can embody a wholehearted and conscious way of living.”
Seline has accomplished her goal and has found a way to talk about all aspects of beauty – history, cultural, social and biological and she does it all in a way that is fun and relatable. The second half of the book is all about essential steps that you can take to change how you feel – it’s a holistic (and do-able) approach that involves changing your perspective, emotions and how you treat your body.
Perfect for any girl or woman who would like to take their life to the next level and be beautiful from the inside out!
As I read further, my thoughts changed. I understood that she was looking to help society overall, not just the women themselves, change its view and how a woman’s beauty is defined.
We are brought up being told that it is what is on the inside that matters. However, what is drilled into us out in the “real” world is completely the opposite. The world tells us we can’t be both old AND beautiful. We have to be young, skinny, and perky to be worth love and admiration.
Ms. Shenoy seeks to help women find that inner beauty that we were raised hearing about. This book includes an Assessment for Negative Self-Image, as well as a quiz titled “Define Your Beauty Archetype Quiz”. There are explanations of each archetype after the quiz.
There is also an awesome section called “The 10 Characteristics That Define a True Beauty”. I printed out the ten characteristics and taped them above my computer as a daily reminder that beauty isn’t about looks; it's not that shallow. True beauty is really about what is on the inside. Even if this book were no good otherwise, it would earn the five stars based on this section alone.
I think it is a book that every woman needs to read and take to heart.
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