5 Beauty Related Mood Boosters

Hair


Having a good hair day is one of the many ways in which we can bring ourselves back from energetic lethargy. 

Our hair’s one of the many ways we assess how happy and healthy we are. Looking good, goes a long way to also feeling good and having a good hair day, boosts self esteem.

Historically, hair played key roles with self-image, from elaborate wigs to show status and wealth, to powdered wigs which demarked authority and of course who could forget the power Samson derived from his hair?

Is it any wonder that having a good hair day makes you feel a lot better about yourself?

Nope.

Says, Vivan Diller, Ph.D, Psychologist and author of ‘ Face It’, “With decorative, attractive hair being highly valued throughout history, it’s likely it will continue to impact how we view ourselves today”.

“With so many unknowns surrounding us in today’s complicated world, it is nice to know that a good hair day is a simple, yet deeply “rooted’ solution to our desire to look and feel good at any age”, she continues.


12 thoughts on “5 Beauty Related Mood Boosters

  1. One of my favorite beauty mood boosters would be to add a bit of mascara to my look. It draws more attention to my eyes and makes me feel kind of cute. So mascara would definitely be a mood booster for me that is beauty related.

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  2. I agree with you that looking good, makes you feel good. If you look at yourself and feel better, that’s power. There’s a direct correlation between inner beauty and outer beauty – the way you view yourself is the way others view you, too.

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    1. It’s so true. When you feel good about yourself and you get that validation back bu also acknowledging that you also look good, it’s such a beautifully powerful thing! We need to please ourselves first and that’s the truth.

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  3. Great tips! Whenever I feel sad or my mood is off, I look at the mirror, tie my hair and apply red or pink lipstick! This trick always works 😀

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