Some women, such as the great Hollywood actress Audrey Hepburn, are naturally striking creatures. Though, it wasn't just good looks that paved her a golden star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. It's not a secret there are many shallow characters in that east coast film production city, but I still don't think they give lifetime achievement awards just for body image!
It was her character in movies like "Breakfast at Tiffanys" (Holly GoLightly is just classic!), "My Fair Lady" and "Charade".... that adorably mousey, yet bold personality, is what solidified her as one of the most beloved female actress of all time... her person, not her body.
It's a shame this is not fully realized by most people; looks are not everything. While the natural beauty of womankind has changed much throughout the ages. She was thin, she was tall, she was plumply Rubenesque... the bottom line, she was still beautiful... beauty is who she was, not how much of it she purchased and 'had done'!
Beauty based on the curves in her face, the strength of her hips, and the dip of her sweet sexy neck... her natural beauty stayed strong and shone through, front and center... perhaps a dab of the beet juice as a fine rouge, or a thick liner of charcoal the likes of Cleopatra... but only to subtly enhance what dear mother nature had blessed, nothing more than an accent of her original charms.
Alas, all that has woefully changed... and worse yet, few even have the capacity to recognize the fall of rational thinking. It's no longer enough to be young naturally, or grow old gracefully... we no longer enjoy a woman's beauty based on how she was born, of what she was naturally supposed to be, by god. Instead we look to mold into Barbie dolls, some strange incarnation of what "seems" like beauty.... but is really nothing more than a parlor trick.
Using impossible standards, and even less possible measurements which are anything but beautiful or natural... they have crafted a Mary Shelley (Frankenstein) that mere mortals will NEVER achieve... and therein lies the trap; if it's unobtainable, they can SELL YOU THE SOLUTION! It's as old as Capitalism, the "Snake Oil" salesman.
A sad truth, as the great author Kurt Vonnegut once eloquently wrote; "So it goes."
As droves of misguided souls strive for beauty the likes of Audrey Hepburn, many dive into plastic surgery with the reckless abandon of a junkie to drugs... and to some of the most disasterous results. Lips, breasts and butts are pumped to clownish proportions... while bacteria injections and cleavage reconstructions completely decimate nature's genuine intent. Plastic faces taut, emotionless, immobile masks... looking anything BUT natural, and certainly not beautiful. Many times, not even looking human. An expensive trade of pain and money... for nothing more than a cruel circus sideshow. Much like a terrible tattoo; nobody will tell you it looks bad!
They destroy beauty, instead of softly enhancing it... turning a woman into a plastic buffoon, always lusting for the next fix, to fix the last fix... a vicious cycle intentionally built to keep you unsatisifed and willing to spend more, and more, and more.
While most serious fans would agree that Hepburns most endearing feature was her soul... those same people likely don't recognize their own character is what actually needs work... they see it, know it, but can't recognize it in themselves.
Big boobs do not make a Majestic Lady.