Beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder—or does it?

Since the beginning of mankind, we’ve asked ourselves this question: What are those elusive qualities and characteristics that make a woman beautiful?

Despite all the various definitions from history and cultures, the predominant standards for feminine beauty that most young girls and woman are subjected to are those that are showcased in the mainstream media and pop culture.

We are bombarded with images of air-brushed perfection in glossy magazine covers, enticing TV commercials, and shows on a daily basis. Social scientists and psychologists have repeatedly proven that these unrealistic and shallow standards are having a long-standing detrimental impact on the self-esteem and confidence levels of women of all ages, races and income levels.

Whether they are mothers, Wall Street moguls, athletes, political heroes or scientists—each and every woman is an invaluable and precious resource in our world. It is essential that we shift our definition of beauty so that women can develop a sense of self that goes beyond their physical appearance.

They need to be convinced that their voice matters and that they can make their own unique mark in the world no matter what they look like. Not everyone is born to be a beauty queen and that’s okay.

Beauty Redefined is an informative and feel-good book filled with interesting facts that provide a realistic outlook along with practical steps that encourage women of all sizes, shapes, and ethnicities to believe in their worth and motivate them to invest the time and effort to cultivate their traits and skills.

Most importantly, it will inspire women to become the best version of themselves so that they can share their love, compassion and feminine power to make our world a better place.

What you will learn by reading this book:

  • Understand how historical, social, cultural and biological factors have shaped our perception of a woman’s beauty.

  • Get a deeper insight into the psychological causes and symptoms of a poor self-image and body-image and what you can do to overcome them.

  • Acknowledge and appreciate your value as a girl or woman with a heart, mind and spirit that goes beyond your physical appearances.

  • Recognize and tap into your own unique brand of beauty and accentuate your personal assets so that you can make your mark in the world.

  • What you can do to become part of the “Beauty Redefined Revolution” through contributing and spreading awareness about this important and urgent issue.