ENGLISH LEER EN ESPAÑOL This is a sponsored post. Find more about the book at this link. All reviews and opinions expressed in this post are based on my personal view and completely honest. We have grown in a culture that inculcates many stereotypes regarding beauty. Our hair color, height, measurements, and skin tone. The most surprising thing is how this relationship makes us search for the “beauty” without thinking that we are the victim of a way of marketing and it begins from the time we are children thinking beauty is something “standard” as we see on TV or magazines. Makeup, hair products, clothing, gym and plastic surgery, etc. We fall into thinking on a pattern of ideas, we ourselves become victims in search of “the perfect beauty”. The Self-Love Revolution, by Virgie Tovar has opened my mind! I am not saying that this is all wrong, in fact selflove is feeling good about ourself and in my very particular case I love to keep my nails groomed and hair combed to feel good about myself, because I feel clean and fresh. But this book allowed me to understand and accept various situations: Beauty is very subjective, we must understand that each head is a different world, we all have the right to see thing different. Culture reflects a lot our style and look, way of act and communicate. Press was created to cominicatte and sell. No matter what it cost they have to sell, so we must know…
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The Self-Love Revolution has opened my mind… – Dekora Style

ENGLISH

This is a sponsored post. Find more about the book at this link. All reviews and opinions expressed in this post are based on my personal view and completely honest.

We have grown in a culture that inculcates many stereotypes regarding beauty. Our hair color, height, measurements, and skin tone. The most surprising thing is how this relationship makes us search for the “beauty” without thinking that we are the victim of a way of marketing and it begins from the time we are children thinking beauty is something “standard” as we see on TV or magazines. Makeup, hair products, clothing, gym and plastic surgery, etc. We fall into thinking on a pattern of ideas, we ourselves become victims in search of “the perfect beauty”.

The Self-Love Revolution, by Virgie Tovar has opened my mind! I am not saying that this is all wrong, in fact selflove is feeling good about ourself and in my very particular case I love to keep my nails groomed and hair combed to feel good about myself, because I feel clean and fresh. But this book allowed me to understand and accept various situations:

  • Beauty is very subjective, we must understand that each head is a different world, we all have the right to see thing different.
  • Culture reflects a lot our style and look, way of act and communicate.
  • Press was created to cominicatte and sell. No matter what it cost they have to sell, so we must know how to understand the information that our brain consumes.
  • INNOVATE our mind and make changes to the information we put in us!
  • MAKE actions and the way we think about ourselves, let’s learn to accept us as we are!
  • The most pleasant way to show that you are a beautiful person is to accept yourself, ACT and make changes that make you feel better and happier!

Other things I loved about this book is the relationship with #selflove and race. Virgie Tovar gives exceptional analysis and I don’t want to screw up her terms around here. SO I invite you, if you’ve questioned yourself about your look, this book will give you the strength to understand that everything is in our own mind. WE ARE ALL capable of being what we want to be without stereotypes of bodies, colors, hair type, or culture!

ESPAÑOL

Esta es una publicación patrocinada. Encuentre más sobre el libro en este enlace. Todas las opiniones y comentarios expresados en esta publicación se basan en mi opinión personal y son completamente honestos

Tengo dos preguntas para ti, ¿Cuantos libros de #selflove has leido? y ¿Cuanto piensas a diario en tu físico?

Hemos crecido en una cultura que nos inculca muchos estereotipos en relación a la belleza. Nuestro color de cabello, la estatura, las medidas y el tono de piel. Lo más sorprendente es cómo esa relación en búsqueda de la “belleza” nos hace consumidores sin pensar que somos víctima de una forma de mercadeo que empieza desde que somo niños hasta que envejecemos. El maquillaje, los productos para el cabello, la ropa, el gym y la famosa “faja”, etc. Caemos en el pensar de patrón de ideas de hace años, nosotros mismos nos volvemos víctimas en búsqueda de “la belleza”.

The Self-Love Revolution, por Virgie Tovar ¡Abrió mis ojos! Para nada digo que ésto esté mal, de hecho selflove es sentirse bien con uno misma y en mi caso muy particular me encanta mantener mis uñas arregladas y el cabello peinado para sentirme bien conmigo misma. Pero este libro me permitió entender y aceptar varias situaciones.

  • La belleza es muy subjetiva, debemos entender que cada cabeza es un mundo.
  • La cultura, refleja mucho nuestro físico, manera de actuar y comunicarnos. 
  • La prensa te puede vender una idea a cuestas de conseguir mercadear y vender, por eso debemos saber entender la información que nuestro cerebro consume.
  • INNOVARSE y hacer cambios en la información que le damos a nuestra mente.
  • Se vale hacer cambios para aprender a aceptarnos.
  • La forma más grata de demostrar que eres una persona bella es aceptandote a ti mism@, ACTUAR y hacer cambios que te hagan sentir mejor.

Otras de las cosas que amé de este libro es la relación al #selflove y la raza. Virgie Tovar da un análisis excepcional y no quiero arruinar sus términos por aquí. Invito a que si te has cuestionado sobre tu físico, este libro te dará las fuerzas para para entender que todo está en nuestra propia mente. ¡Que somos capaces de ser lo que queremos ser sin estereotipos de cuerpos, colores, tipo de cabello o cultura!

¡Lo disfrute mucho!