Beauty is often referred to as a person with big round eyes, high cheekbones, slim and fit just like those models you see in the magazines.
In fact, true beauty is more than just the physical aspect of a person. It is something intangible. It is what stems inside a person’s heart.
Here are quotes to help you understand what true beauty really is:
I feel beautiful not because I am a size 34-26-34, but because I have helped people discover the inner beauty lying within themselves.
A beautiful woman knows what she wants and goes after it. She is not a princess waiting for her dashing prince to do the work for her.
True beauty never fades, whether you are 60 or 80, no matter what age you are.
A beautiful woman is comfortable with herself, inside and out.
Beauty knows no competition.
A beautiful person is someone who does not wear a mask or feel others ugly. She is someone who is genuine, raw, and honest. She uplifts others and helps see the light in others.
Only in the darkness can you see your shining light.
The moment you choose to be yourself and nothing else, that’s when you discover your real beauty.
It is not the red lips or the fluttering eyelids. Beauty is the light that nestles inside your heart.
No other form of beauty can outshine a kind heart.
If you start looking for beauty in others, eventually, you will discover the beauty within yourself.
There overfeeding yourself with words of beauty from a man’s tongue will eventually kill you when you hear the sharp knives of his condemnations.
To me, real beauty is accepting your imperfect yourself and the courage to show the world who you indeed are.
When you spread beauty to those around you, you are also healing your soul.
Our quest in life is to find beauty; however, we fail to realize that we need to carry it with us to find it.
A flower blooms when you let it drink the rainwater and play under the bristling sunlight, not when you pluck and keep it trapped in a vase.
Our hearts and soul will always be thirsty for beauty.
A smiling face is always beautiful, a ray of sunshine filling the darkroom with gentle light.
That which is shiny and dazzling will not always do you good, but that is good will remain forever beautiful.
A rare kind of beauty is one that you cannot see – a kind whisper from your lover, a squeeze of a hand when all you want is someone to lean on, or kindness when you need it the most.
Despite the cruelty and madness, despite the image-driven world, we have now, I still think that the world is beautiful. Not because I can so easily see the perfect bodies in magazines and social media, but because the flowers still grow, the birds still sing songs on the break of the dawn, and simply because the world is teeming with life. That, I find the most beautiful.
Some people, like my mom, whose beauty never fades, no matter the passing years, because her heart and soul are already brimming with it.
I see beauty in love, forgiveness, honesty, humility, courage, and kindness.
If eyes are made to see beauty, then the soul is made to taste it.
Oh, what have I ever done to deserve such beauty in my hands? What could I ever do to protect you from being tainted by the vileness of selfishness and chaos? And yet, here I am, consumed by the thought of losing you someday.
I believe there is beauty in every man’s heart no matter how ruthless, brutal and cruel he is – a glimmer of light inside his heart never dies despite the darkness eating him away.
It takes a simple dose of humility to recognize the beauty in others.
Beauty seen with mere eyes leads to misleading promises.
The most beautiful moments in my life are the ones where I can hear you breathing beside me.
No size or shape defines beauty.
It is true when they say that beauty is in the eyes of the beholder. For instance, I find awkward, shy, and deep so captivatingly beautiful, while I cannot see beauty on the loud, vibrant and shallow.
Outer beauty shares a lot of disadvantages too. At first glance, people will fail to see your inner beauty and intellect and dismiss you as just another beautiful face.
I’d rather hear the word ‘beautiful’ once or twice in my life since it speaks about my soul, rather than ‘pretty,’ which means nothing but my body.
Dear God, I ask you to protect my dear sweet daughter. May you bless her with beauty deep in her heart that no one can shake or destroy. May you grant her love, forgiveness, patience, and humility throughout her journey in life. Amen.
If you find it without your eyes, then you know that it’s beyond doubt, an authentic beauty.
Beauty has held the attention of the masses for a while, but it is the personality that leaves a lasting mark in the heart.
If you find a beautiful person inside and out, despite her weird habits and imperfections, you found a keeper – never let her go.
She’s not the type of girl who is covered in make-up or glittery dresses. She’s the kind you’ll wake up next to in the morning with her hair all haywire and her mouth slightly ajar when asleep. She will tell you the ugly truth even if it hurts, but she will lift you and hold you, and she will never let you go.
He’s a train wreck without his a.m. coffee, but he is someone I can count on when my world is falling apart. He’s the type I find beautiful.
You don’t need to look for in your quest for beauty. All you need to do is look at the mirror.
Natural beauty is simple, unadulterated, raw, and relatable.
Don’t let insecurity eat up the beauty residing within you.
I find a mother’s love to be eternally beautiful. No matter how much the world taints me with its dirty fingers, the memory I have of my mother will remain forever pure and beautiful.
Plainness is a beauty I find pretty unfathomable.
She looked into my eyes and told me, ‘you are beautiful.’ No one in my entire life has ever said that to me. It is not every day you’ll hear the word so freely addressed to a man. Beauty has always been associated with women. I was captivated by how so boldly she used the word.
Beauty is a driving force that makes us want to chase after it and aspire to be it.
If you believe yourself to be beautiful, then you are. You do not need further affirmation from others.
We desperately try to chase after youth, tainting ourselves with thick make-up and night creams, forgetting that natural beauty exists naturally in our skin, in the grace of aging.
In wisdom comes an intangible beauty of words.’
It is more than your pretty green eyes and chocolate brown hair that captivated me. It is when you gave me back my broken pieces in the right places that I’ve seen the beauty in you.
The stars are beautiful because they aspire to shine as bright as they can, even in the dark.
You cannot call it truly beautiful if it is deprived of grace.
A woman who lets go of the desire to become pretty is a woman of true beauty.
Glamour is permanent, like the fireworks dazzling the night with their light then fades for eternity. Beauty is the stars in the sky, always there, never waning.
I see beauty as soon as I open my eyes in the morning. The ray of sunshine seeping through my window glazing my study table with light – that is beautiful.
I find that people are so desperate to hide, like freckles, moles and curls, are the most physically beautiful.
I aspire to develop a habit of recognizing inner beauty and the courage to tell it.
It is the wise who recognizes beauty in the ugly.
Lovely are the eyes that see beauty in others. Sweet are the lips that speak words of kindness and wisdom. Graceful is the hands that are ready to help the needy. Beautiful is the heart that is filled with love and forgiveness.
That of beauty outmatches beauty at seventeen at seventy.
A woman would endure anything for the sake of her beauty.
If I am beautiful in the eyes of who matters the most to me, I don’t need anything else.
Your body is made of the stars, the universe, and the same particle that has inhabited the world for a thousand years. It is a beautiful galaxy worthy of your care and love.
The best cosmetic you can put on every day is a smile.
My friend, do not be afraid of discovering the beauty inside of you. Take it out and let it guide you to where you need to go.
Girls are beautiful, no matter the height, weight, the color of their hair, and freckles in their bodies. Girls are born with grace, a great capacity to love, and gentle warmth, and that’s what makes them so beautiful.
The power of believing in your beauty will help you uncover your untapped potentials.
Why are you so afraid of being called fat and ugly? Is there anything worst than selfish, shallow, deceitful, and vain?
All the paintings, songs, and sculptures in the world can never define the real meaning of beauty.
Why are you complaining about your button nose or how awkwardly tall you are? You should be celebrating the beauty of your uniqueness!
Anything unique, straightforward, and raw, I find astoundingly beautiful.
God made me, and that is enough reason to believe that I am beautiful.
The true measure of beauty is not the weighing scale but the depth of kindness, empathy, understanding, and gentleness a person has.