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    Senior Member defragmybrain's Avatar
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    Default Everyday, I look different. (An ESFP on physical appereance)

    Is this common of an ESFP? I know anyone can fall victim to being insecure about their physical appereance but, perhaps the emphasis on tangible image and superficial needs makes ESFP's (s's mostly?) more curious to keep their looks as trendy as possible?

    I'm not an unattractive person in my eyes. I have a really attractive face. My body needs work, which is a direct result of ESFP indulgence factor (i love food).
    I wear clothes that conceal what i don't want to show, but try to look glamorous at the same time. I love make up and all such trivial pursuits.
    Perhaps its also a result of my mother raising me to be a good FEMININE little girl, starting with bras make up and hair at 10 years old.

    What are your views on physical appereance? What type are you and how do you see yourself?
    - From your fun-loving ESFP.
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    Well I'm an ISFP and image is big for me. But not because I'm this vain crazy person who has to look good. But because how I dress and do my make up and hair is the way I express myself. Its very much an art for me. So everyday I put work into the way I look because I enjoy it and get pleasure from putting my spin of art on a natural form of art [our natural bodies]. You can say I'm very feminine, but hey. I enjoy being a girl
    Not to say that I'm not into the things guys enjoy and such. But I'm a girl and I do enjoy being able to do things that girls do
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    ayoitsStepho is becoming someone else. Actually her true self, a rite of passage.

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    i have days like today where i don't even look into a mirror. i'm wearing the tank top i slept in and some yoga pants and then days i feel like putting together a look...they're about half n half.
    There can’t be any large-scale revolution until there’s a personal revolution, on an individual level. It’s got to happen inside first.
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    Ok I'm not really good on this front at all.. I almost never wear makeup and don't really do 'looks'... i mean I will dress up but I have to be forced to do so.. I like just sulking around in casual clothes.... My style is... maybe Bohemian... because it is the look that requires the least efort
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    My clothing is mostly solid colors and no labels or logos. I am usually clean cut looking especially if I am dating someone who forces me to groom properly. Otherwise I don't notice that my hair has become a reincarnation of Richard Feynman's or my current avatar. I deliberately dress inconspicuously.

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    I'm an INFP.
    My current philosophy: would you rather be self-conscious or happy?
    I put effort into my appearance. I wear makeup on a daily basis, brush my hair, try to dress decently, and so forth. I value hygiene. XD However, it is more important to clothe yourself with joy, kindness, generosity, love, virtue, and so forth. How can someone be repulsed by eyes that glow with love, by hands that help those around them, by smiles that fill others with happiness, or by arms that hug freely? The days where I feel unnattractive on the outside are the days where I'm unpleasant on the inside. Whenever I feel "ugly," I try to make up for it with a beautiful personality. It's a lot easier to handle than demanding outer perfection of myself every single day.
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    ESTP, proud as a peacock, always looking as best possible.

    Appearance counts for alot in world where much is determined by first impressions.

    Some people call it vanity, others call it self esteem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Halla74 View Post
    ESTP, proud as a peacock, always looking as best possible.

    Appearance counts for alot in world where much is determined by first impressions.

    Some people call it vanity, others call it self esteem.
    And in a world of peacocks, I'm sure your the one flaunting your feathers
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    ayoitsStepho is becoming someone else. Actually her true self, a rite of passage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Halla74 View Post
    ESTP, proud as a peacock, always looking as best possible.

    Appearance counts for alot in world where much is determined by first impressions.

    Some people call it vanity, others call it self esteem.
    i'm with you on this one...
    - From your fun-loving ESFP.
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    ISFP, and I'm utilitarian. I don't dress very glamorously because I'm cheap.
    () 9w8-3w4-7w6 tritype.

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