Beauty Addictions: “Beauty Holic”

Beauty Addictions Beauty Holic

Continuing with the theme of addictions beauty, this time I will focus on those who are lovers of beauty products, but not misunderstand me, because taking care of your face and body, or wanting to look good is not harmful, it bad when we exaggerate in the process.

In this case, I commented that “Beauty Holic” usually are women who can not live without makeup, creams and cosmetic treatments; insomuch that they were never seen with a natural look, much less come out of their homes with no makeup on her face.

Beauty Addictions Beauty Holic

In this sense, the phrase “beauty holic” refers to a compulsion for beauty products and services that surpasses normal limits having some creams on the toilet. Usually women can have a countless array of products for different functions that might not even need, but have the desire to have them.

The beauty holic spend large amounts of money to keep this addiction and can be compared with the same expenses incurred by an alcoholic to support their habit. One consequence of this addiction focuses on the economic aspect, as no beauty product is inexpensive and much less when purchased in large quantities, but in addition to this the possible side effects of using beauty products that add not needed, damaging the skin, providing fat, grain appearance, hypersensitivity to ingredients of formulas, irritation, etc.

Beauty Addictions Beauty Holic

As above, the problem of addiction lies in two aspects: The first is based on the insecurity of the people, as they are nothing without their make-up and feel vulnerable when they have a perfectly painted face. Secondly, like any other addiction, this problem affects the economy of the sufferer, as large amounts of money on beauty products and makeup in an exaggerated way, invested these people are not happy with a bar ruby red lips, and that they should buy three or four of the same tone if they get to finish.

As mentioned earlier in this article, wanting to look good is not a sin, but excess consuming products and beauty treatments and spend more on them than on other household needs, buy three or four times a week, and inability to save experiencing the need to spend the money left over treatments and the inability to say no when being in a store; warning signs are to be taken into account to prevent the love of beauty becomes a terrible and problematic addiction.

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