Nature is a picky mother. At birth, she endows some of her children with indescribable beauty, gives someone time to bloom, and even forces someone to plow like a horse in order to achieve an attractive appearance. Our today’s heroes have different fates, but the overall result is that they all become more beautiful.
We at Bright Side give a standing ovation to everyone: both those who have thoroughly taken up themselves and become a “beautiful swan”, and those who got their appearance as a gift from fate. Join us for our applause.
“Here’s a little comparison between my current look and my old look from early 2020. Then I had serious mental health problems.”
“Still traumatized from school. Most of the changes were internal”
“After 10+ years of hating myself and my looks, I think I might start to like the person I am becoming.”
“All the hurtful words that were said to me still haunt me. And sometimes it’s hard to look at yourself in the mirror.”
“He was very insecure. In recent years, I have changed a lot in my appearance. Happy now!”
“I think puberty worked”
“I lost more than 20 kg, added a beard and the habit of combing. And overall I feel great.”
“People really underestimate how much a gym can do for a face.”
“How did I manage?”
17 years old and 21 years old
“14 years old and 24 years old. Puberty walked over me like a skating rink “
“15 years old and 21 years old. I’m starting to feel confident again.”
Late-blooming isn’t always bad
“I still see the girl on the left when I look in the mirror. When I stop thinking like that, that will be my biggest achievement.”
“If you become emo once, you will always be emo”
“I know green lipstick isn’t for everyone, but still.”
What has changed for you over the years?