I think that men are more vain, even though society wants us to beleive that women are more vain . Men love being in the centre of attention and want women to be attracted to them. They tend to use more and more beauty products like for example a facial scrub ,moisturizing cream or a lip balm, . They make sure that they have a good looking outfit and their hair should be tame all the time. With the rise of the metrosexual man, we’re seeing more men getting facials, manicure pedicure, depilation and even having cosmetic surgery. They often go to a beauty salon or solarium.
Some of them are even just in love with themselves, many brag about the amount of women that they have picked up because of their good looks. Lots of men think that women are very vain, but looking at it from my point of view, the women have to look beautiful because guys are very visual and want to have a girlfriend who is attractive, sensual and tempting. While women are more sensible and concentrate mostly on men’s personality and intelligence rather than looks. Men love showing off , buying flashy cars, expensive perfumes, brand-name clothing. They spend hours at gym and dream about having a perfect body.
They often have fragile egos and distorted views of their appearance. Men brag more than women, about how they look and how they’re confident. They adore compliments and flattery. But in my opinion it shows that they are weak and need to be appreciated in order to feel good. Most of women can openly say how much they don’t like themselves while men don’t do the same even if they are not happy in their own skin. We are living in the world that requires you to be more presentable. The more presentable you are, the more respect people would give you.
Looking At Women Scott Russell Sanders's essay portrays men as sex crazed animals and uses the protagonist to illustrate men's use of derogatory terms of men's views of women, and even the little, "How should a man look at a woman?" , he suggests that men see women as something to look at. He portrays the males condition the idea of the types of men in today's society. Sanders builds on the ...
We are now living in a material world, agree or not that’s true. Isn’t it when we are walking on streets, we sometimes don’t admit this but when we saw people who are not that presentable as us, we tend to think different things about that person and sometimes we easily judge someone wrongly. The most important purpose of advertising is to make the customer buy some product Ads hardly ever are honest. For example, there are advertisements that make you believe that you can look like a teenager, when you are already in your forties. It certainly cannot happen, even is you use thousands of different cremes.
Those, who produce the product as well as those, who create advertisements don’t really care for your skin. The only thing they want is your money. They would never admit that their product might be replaced by any other. It affects all of us. If we see a message/text/something reminding us of a product over and over again, we are soon going to believe that the product is superior or if we have more choice and less information, we are going to reach out for that particular brand. A lot of us who are brand loyal won’t “really” know the difference in taste or quality of the name brand and the generic.
There are some products which are manufactured by the same company but part of it is packaged by the name brand company and part of it gets sent as store brand. We still find a difference in taste! That is because we are taught to believe the other brand is good. We aspire to something that the vast majority of us cannot possibly achieve. And, in this attempt to realize our aspirations, we borrow heavily, feel poorly about ourselves because we just can’t seem to get there, and become addicted to a way of living that gradually and inexorably separates us from the things in life that bring us the most joy.
Basically, if you’re not prepared to think—and you often are not when you’re watching television or reading a magazine—you’ll pretty much accept any suggestion if it is offered to you. Since you’re being so passive, you may not even realize it’s happening. Keep your brain active when you’re looking at ads and you’ll be better off. If the product interests you, the answer should too. Look for product reviews (while being aware of fakes) and other information that can help you determine if what you want to buy can actually do what you think it can do. Don’t buy blindly—do your research first.
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