Impact of cosmetics and self confidence level among women

  • Neeru Kaushik Department of Medical Laboratory Technology, Amity Medical School, Amity University, Haryana, India
  • M Vijayasimha Department of Medical Laboratory Technology, Amity Medical School, Amity University, Haryana, India
  • Vikram Singh Department of Medical Laboratory Technology, Amity Medical School, Amity University, Haryana, India
  • R K Jha Department of Medical Laboratory Technology, Amity Medical School, Amity University, Haryana, India

Abstract

Numerous Indian ladies experience the ill effects of poor self-perception and low self-assurance. Wearing cosmetics is something they can do to rapidly and briefly change their appearance, in this manner expecting certainty. Most of research on ladies and their confidence have truly been identified with how they feel about their body shape and size. In any case, very little consideration has been given to a specific population, but movie ladies can make to improve their fearlessness applying beauty care products. Utilizing distinctive items and hues, ladies can utilize cosmetics to investigate and depict their very own uniqueness. Ladies of adolescent in explicit appearance practice to recognize day and night looks, basic looks and searches for unique events. They are regularly observed as an approach to upgrade ladylike excellence beliefs and serve to assist ladies with conforming to our general public's magnificence desires. Shift with respect to body estimate, skin composition, hair length and shading and the utilization of embellishments. Numerous ladies may wear cosmetics with the conviction that it will decidedly influence their dimension of physical engaging quality. Cosmetics hold the likelihood for a lady to by and by change herself, bringing about an expansion in self-assurance. A young lady's underlying experimentation with beauty care products is in early immaturity towards building up a ladylike character. This review is to evaluate the present status of cosmetics on women confidence.  Beauty care products are frequently an apparatus utilized for social self-introduction and mental self-view the executives. Pre-adult and school age young ladies wearing make-up is halfway because of their anxiety for their appearance and how they feel about themselves when others take a gander at their flawed skin. Such utilization of facial beautifying agents may support a lady's feeling of trust in her appearance, in this manner making her increasingly confident thought that certainty is accomplished when physical appearance coordinates the circumstance.

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Author Biographies

Neeru Kaushik, Department of Medical Laboratory Technology, Amity Medical School, Amity University, Haryana, India

Department of Medical Laboratory Technology, Amity Medical School, Amity University, Haryana, India

M Vijayasimha, Department of Medical Laboratory Technology, Amity Medical School, Amity University, Haryana, India

Department of Medical Laboratory Technology, Amity Medical School, Amity University, Haryana, India

Vikram Singh, Department of Medical Laboratory Technology, Amity Medical School, Amity University, Haryana, India

Department of Medical Laboratory Technology, Amity Medical School, Amity University, Haryana, India

R K Jha, Department of Medical Laboratory Technology, Amity Medical School, Amity University, Haryana, India

Department of Medical Laboratory Technology, Amity Medical School, Amity University, Haryana, India

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Kaushik, N., Vijayasimha, M., Singh, V., & Jha, R. K. (2019). Impact of cosmetics and self confidence level among women. Journal of Drug Delivery and Therapeutics, 9(3), 588-590. https://doi.org/10.22270/jddt.v9i3.2636