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If beauty is in the eye of the beholder, it holds that the same goes for ugliness. To test out the maxim, Dove the makers of the "beauty bar" soap recently recruited female volunteers to participate in a blind study. Anne Kearney-Cooke from Columbia University and answered questions about how they viewed themselves, particularly physically.

The women were not informed as to function or ingredients in the patches, and they accepted that condition since they knew they were subjects in a study. Apparently, they hoped the patches would make them feel more beautiful, without knowing exactly how that would occur.

Before receiving the patch, Dr. Kearney-Cooke interviewed the subjects in depth. Most revealed deep insecurities.

Parts of their interviews were featured in a short video released by Dove. Another remarks, "I … avoid marriage lately because I, you know, feel bad about myself. Upon receiving the patch, the women were instructed to keep a daily video diary. At the outset, most of them reported that they didn't feel any effects at all from the patch.

After a few days, though, they seemed to uniformly notice that they felt better about themselves. Not only that, but other people seemed to take notice, too. A subject reveals that, "One of my coworkers said I look really pretty and I thought that was really cool.

As the days passed, the effects of the patch became more pronounced, and by day 10, the subjects were positively gushing.

And by the conclusion of the study, the women seemed transformed. Dove's four-minute video, which shows snippets of the women at the outset and then after two weeks, plays like an infomercial for the patch. The climax comes when Dr. Kearney-Cooke asks a participant if she'd buy the patch and the woman makes clear that it would certainly be a good investment. But then, there's a surprise ending, when Dr. Kearney-Cooke informs the women that the patch is a placebo. There's nothing in it, she tells each participant.

At that point, the women get teary-eyed and have the hoped-for epiphany: It turns out that the project is part of Dr. Kearney-Cooke's ongoing research into women and self-esteem. Interestingly, there's been a huge outcry from critics who complain that the video makes women look stupid.

It makes women seem too gullible, too desperate, and overall helpless against the all-knowing master manipulators at Unilever. Some observers, though, might feel that it's a relief to see a personal care commercial for once that doesn't tout some highly toxic product, even if the hope is that viewers will be seduced into finding those products in the end. It may be that the commercial is stupid and manipulative, but on the other hand, one can't deny that women will do or believe illogical things in order to feel beautiful.

If women weren't willing to put their minds on hold in order to gain more beauty, there might be no hair dye industry, no botox, no high heels, no makeup containing dangerous chemicals. While the commercial may, in fact, be scripted, it's also true that there's plenty of evidence indicating that our self-perceptions not only get skewed by inner beliefs that have little to do with outer realities, but in fact, the way we perceive ourselves can affect our outer appearance.

Most of us know people who, feature by feature, might not be good-looking, and yet who radiate attractiveness because they feel attractive inside. The reverse also is true: The fact is, studies show that 80 percent of women believe they are unattractive.

The burden of feeling ugly is no small thing for many of these women. It may be a contributor in the rampant depression that leads one in four women in her 40s and 50s to take prescription antidepressants.

Eighty-one percent of year-old girls have already been on a diet. If there's a reason for outrage, it might be more appropriate for that sentiment to be directed at the media machine and at all the advertisers who exploit the medium to play on the abundant insecurities women so readily embrace. And in this particular case, maybe we should give a tip of the hat to Dove for bringing the issue to the fore. Privacy Policy We respect your right to privacy.

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In short, we like familiar things. We come to anticipate how things are supposed to look by seeing prototypes. And how do we become so fluent in recognizing a prototype? Prototypes can be made, he shows, by repeating the image of one — how many magazine covers has Britney scored?

Sexiness evolves according to what we see over and over. Does sex really sell? Sure, sex sells itself. The adult sex industry is proof of that.

But sex does not seem to do a very good job at selling other products like beer, cars or home loans. Rates of women who are opting for preventive mastectomies, such as Angeline Jolie, have increased by an estimated 50 percent in recent years, experts say. But many doctors are puzzled because the operation doesn't carry a percent guarantee, it's major surgery -- and women have other options, from a once-a-day pill to careful monitoring.

This appears to be instinctive. This is probably why a study last year from the University of Michigan showed that people who watched sexy TV programs could not recall much about what was advertised on those programs.

In this case, that lack of recall held for violent programs, too. Of course, there is the possibility that putting Paris Hilton on TV is always a mistake, but this time the mistake could be because our brains shut out all other input when we are faced with an erotic scenario.

Just about every man I know can tell a story about talking to his wife or girlfriend and stopping mid-sentence — completely unconsciously, mind you — if a sexy woman walked by, or somebody got naked on Showtime. But this can be true for women, too, and it may have something to do with the results Winkielman showed. Louis exposed hundreds of women to a variety of imagery, including violent and erotic imagery, and they consistently found that erotic imagery provoked the most powerful responses, even more powerful than the violent imagery.

I hate to talk about her because she passed away. Why would you say she's beautiful? Tell that to all the women comparing their wide-rimmed sunglasses and brushing off their Chanel look-alike suits in the weeks after Jackie died.

Even experts will say when it comes to physical attraction, there's no accounting for taste. But he offers a personal opinion of how men and women differ: Serow, Anna Nicole Smith, the jeans model and Playboy Playmate who recently made news by marrying an year-old oil baron who uses a wheelchair.

OK, so few men get choices anything like this in the everyday world of dating. And there may be a distinction between the type of woman a man says he wants to date, and the woman he will marry. There may also be distinctions between what is attractive to a man in his 20s or his 30s or his 40s.

Still, as a rule, there is a strong perception among men that a woman cannot be trusted to assess another woman's looks. When they are fixed up, for example, men will tell you they trust their men friends to tell them who's attractive, but when a woman fixes them up, until the door opens, there is, as one single man says, a "heavy cloud of suspicion. Sean Galvin, a year-old college administrator and folklorist, says, "You can always see what it was. Your careers are similar.

Your interests are similar. But she's a little overweight, or a little not cute but a girlfriend has seen beyond that. I'm not going to say it's an innate kind of thing, but I think. I would definitely say the women are looking into the person and men are going by bare bones measurements.

Hunter annoying and irritating. Usdan points out, Ms. Hunter doesn't speak through the film. But who wouldn't be confused? What attracts any one person to another is probably one of the defining mysteries of life. What's at work here may be the idea expressed by one year-old single man.

Summary – Men like to watch porn, look at other women and judge the health of their relationships by the frequency and quality of the sex. This is . Beyonce. She’s the most powerful woman in music. She’s a leader. She’s confident. She’s a natural beauty, and no matter how many pictures people catch of Beyonce without make up on, it’s not going to change a thing. What makes a dating site good for seniors? We looked at profile questions, ease of use, cost and volume of older members.