Saturday 29 April 2017

Why being truly beautiful is not always a positive attribute

15/5/12 Sharon Corr with her photo at the opening of photographer Barry McCall's exhibition Pho20graphy, at the Copper House Gallery, Dublin. Picture:Arthur Carron/Collins
15/5/12 Sharon Corr with her photo at the opening of photographer Barry McCall's exhibition Pho20graphy, at the Copper House Gallery, Dublin. Picture:Arthur Carron/Collins

It won't come as a shock to many to find out that Sharon Corr may just be too beautiful. The producer of the Sky Arts series 'Portrait of the Year 2014' admitted that Corr might be too stunning for the portrait painters to paint.

Corr, pictured below, is not the only women to have this problem. Being too beautiful can be a hindrance in all areas of life. According to research, being pretty is the holy grail, but being beautiful is too intimidating.

Cameron Diaz, considered by many to be one of the most beautiful women in the world, worries about the reaction of younger girls towards her. She explains that young female extras on film sets constantly come up to her and tell her that she's pretty and her hair's perfect as is her make-up and her clothes . . .

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