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At what age do women peak?

Knowing who you are and where you’re going are two of the most important parts of life and as women become more comfortable in their own way,they can do amazing things.

Strongly hold and believe in yourself this will give reflection of others being able to trust in your ability.  (en.paperblog.com)

I still don’t know at what age women “peak” but whichever way it goes these three ingredients- style, confidence and personality are key for women at the top of their prime.

With the combination of “confidence, style, and personality,” women show what i call “real beauty.”

The questions that keep knocking are;

What does it mean to be “beautiful,”?

What does “beauty” truly mean in the sense of age, especially for women who are at the prime of their lives?

What’s the true meaning behind having confidence, style, and personality in regards to age?

1. Confidence

To me, confidence has always meant the ability to hold your head up high and bother not on what others think.   It’s the ability in you not involving or tolerating doubt. Strongly hold and believe in yourself this will give reflection of others being able to trustin your ability. Confidence is an importanttrait that comes from within you. As time goes we grow older facing challenges and due to this, confidence typically increases in us and due to life experiences and challenges confidence tends to grow. It’s true to that my saying that age makes you wiser and since you know what to expect out of life you go stronger at it, never to be knocked down.

Confidence is an important trait that comes from within you  (WomenWorking)

2. Style  

The way a woman carries herself with clothes, accessories, and physical appearance is strongly related to style. “Style” also refers to the general attitudeconveyed through movement, words of mouth, and eye contact. Only when all of these are put together can there be a strong, independent woman vibe that encompasses attitude and beauty. While the clothes and physical appearance are related to visible beauty, it’s the underlying side of beauty that really comes with age. Style is learned, not immediately present from the get-go. It’s this “learned” element of life experience that radiates the true beauty from within.

The way a woman carries herself with clothes, accessories, and physical appearance is strongly related to style.  (Glamour)

3. Personality

Compared to style and confidence, personality is the most standardized element of a person. You’re born with the way you understand things about the world, yet you can change over time. However, personality always seems to stay with you as something that is essentially who you really are – the way you interact with others, view yourself, and take on the world all rolled into one.

Personalities can have positive and negative traits, yet in the end, they always seem to balance each other out. A person’s personality is a connection to their beauty. Beauty is a combination of the good traits you have and exhibit, as well as the ability to show them off and wear them like you would your favorite outfit: gracefully and with a smile. Being who you are is important and it’s a pride.

A person’s personality is a connection to their beauty.  (Dating Advice Black Woman)

Knowing who you are and where you’re going are two of the most important parts of life and as women become more comfortable in their own way,they can do amazing things. Girls, if you get one thing out of this piece, then you shouldn’t worry about what others think or say as long as the good in you is visible and are of value. It’s in your soul, your mind and in the heartto live a life that pleases all so the talk of good never cease. Go out and get what you want because you’re worth it in the end.

Special Dedication to my YEYEOLU!

Written by Osundiji Ramon.

Osundiji Ramon is a youth counselor, blogger, writer and a poet. The founder of DE ORA PUBLICATIONS.  A member of Association of Nigerian Authors. Jaw Jaw Africa. Visit www.istoinspireall.com for more of his Articles/Stories.  Email: osundijiramon@gmail.com

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