3 Beauty Tools to Help You Accept Who You Are


Been called ugly? Fat? Morally unacceptable? Well, there’s nothing to lose if you only accept who you are. There’s more to life than wondering and giving a damn about what others think about you. Instead of listening to the negative comments of the people around you, just accept who you are and make yourself feel more beautiful with these unique beauty tools:

Inspiring Music

Music can speak to the soul. It can reach your heart and remind you that no matter what you’re going through, you can overcome it. Regardless of what people are saying in front of you or behind your back, you’re still beautiful. Here are some of the songs that can lift you up whenever you feel unattractive or sad:

  • Beautiful by Christina Aguilera
  • Born This Way by Lady Gaga
  • Brave by Sara Bareilles
  • F*ckin’ Perfect by Pink
  • Firework by Katy Perry
  • Hall of Fame by The Script ft. Will.I.Am
  • Roar by Katy Perry
  • The Climb by Miley Cyrus
  • Titanium by David Guetta ft. Sia
  • Try by Colbie Caillat
  • Who Says by Selena Gomez
  • Who You Are by Jessie J

Inspiring Articles


There are tons of articles that can lift your spirit up or make you forget about your problems like this DIY article for beauty fanatics. These articles are similar to handyman tools—they make your task (in this case the task of accepting yourself) more manageable and bearable. You can also finish jobs faster if you use handyman tools, right? Which is pretty similar to reading articles that can help you get over with the negative part of your life and just dive into the acceptance and love pool. Sure, it may take a while to get a hold of a tool especially if you’re a beginner, but you’ll get there, and you’ll master the use of that tool. So be optimistic—you can soon master the art of loving and accepting your beautiful self if you start feeding your brain with motivating articles (such as making a DIY mirror where you can see your amazing self).

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Inspiring People

happy-group-of-peopleIf you want to stay beautiful and feel beautiful all the time, then surround yourself with people who can make you feel that way. Surely, some people undergo the same issues as you, so try to stick around with them. Of course, you should make others feel beautiful about themselves too! Don’t be selfish by only thinking about what you can gain from a friendship or relationship; do your best to give more than what you receive. Trust me; that’ll make you feel a lot more beautiful.

Stay gorgeous, my friend!

5 of the Best TED Talks on LGBT

While LGBT rights may have made giant strides in some countries like the US in recent years, the quest for equality remains an uphill climb in the rest of the world. Many still struggle with bullying, discrimination, and limited opportunities. And in places where homosexuality is illegal or considered as an unforgivable sin, being a member of LGBT community can be a dangerous thing. But despite the odds there continues a growing awareness on LGBT rights and issues that need to be addressed. Here are some of the best TED Talks on LGBT that will restore or strengthen your faith in humanity.

Ash Beckham: We’re all hiding something. Let’s find the courage to open up

In this poignant talk, Ash Beckham shares thought-provoking insights on empathy and openness. It shines the light on the importance of acknowledging that everyone goes through struggles in life and may be hiding something. And that sometimes, maybe what is needed is just to muster up the courage to step out of the proverbial closet.

iO Tillett Wright: Fifty Shades of Gay

iO Tillett Wright leaves a powerful reminder to those who watch this video that there is really no need to put people in boxes. When it comes to sexuality and gender orientation, she posits that the best thing everyone can do is to be authentic without having to define everything.

Jenni Chang and Lisa Dazols: This Is What LGBT Life Is Like Around the World

Living in San Francisco as a gay couple, Jenni Chang and Lisa Dazols may enjoy a fairly easier life compared with other gay couples living in less gay-friendly places. In this talk, they share inspiring stories about the courage and resilience of other members of the LGBT community in many parts of the world.

Joel Burns: A message to gay teens: It gets better

This video shows Joel Burns’ raw, powerful, and poignant talk to those who may have been victims of teen bullying for being gay or being seen as gay.

Jok Church: A circle of caring

This is a heartwarming talk of how one teacher’s compassion and care for someone who was deemed different made a powerful impact to that person’s life. Jok Church shares how a teacher who protected him as a young gay teen became a positive influence in his life.