last Monday, I received Richie’s criticism in relation to my intervention method, he also recommended investigate WABI SABI which is another concept related to beauty standards. WABI SABI is an integral part of Japanese aesthetic consciousness and generally refers to simple and quiet things.
I changed my intervention and question more than 5 times during this week, and I still did not decide yet.
How can the non-physical facial attractiveness of Chinese women be highlighted to raise their awareness on the alternative approach (besides plastic surgery) to enhance their attractiveness?
How can the facial attractiveness of Chinese women be enhanced by non-physical methods (besides plastic surgery) and how can we raise awareness of non-surgical approaches to beauty?
How can increase the facial attractiveness of Chinese women through non-surgical in order to improve the confidence and satisfaction of Chinese young people in their own beauty?
How can the facial attractiveness of Chinese women be increased through non-surgical methods in order to improve confidence and satisfaction of Chinese young people in their own beauty?
1.Should set-up two groups ,one that spends time to look at magazines and another which does not to compare media influence on beauty.
2.love yourself campaign :set-up group, one looks at beauty magazines ,the other looks at own body positive campaign, and then compare which group uses more make-up.
A test group is separated in two. One half is given access to general magazines available on the high street and the other is given access to body positive images where natural beauty is celebrated (e.g the dove ‘love yourself’ campaign) after a set time participants should then enter the room. I think this way we can determine whether current publications impact our perception of beauty-and if the group shown ‘natural beauty’ use less make-up having not been subject to conceived perceptions of beauty.