Beauty is external and internal. When I was younger I was taught that beauty is something objective, that a person cannot be judged only by her external beauty. The concept of beauty is actually something deeper and less material. The physical and the aesthetic aspect in this case have nothing to do with it. Beauty can be found in many aspects, in different forms and in anything, as it is said that beauty is in the eye of the beholder and who observes it. There is nothing more beautiful than seeing something beautiful, be it a film, a statue, a book, a person, a hug, a soft toy, a painting, a song. Beauty can be seen in anything. For example, there is no nicer thing for a mother than seeing her child, in general, not only when she is born but also when she grows up, for her mother it is perfect. And this also happens vice versa for the child with the mother. Inner beauty is what in reality remains all of life, which does not transform while the outer one tends to vanish and transform.. But over the decades the canons of external aesthetic beauty have changed, reaching far too extreme standards. Girls and women resort to various means such as cosmetic surgery or extreme diets which very often lead to eating disorders. With cosmetic surgery it has come to a point where many people have the same physical characteristics. It is true that over time the canons change but beauty remains something subjective, which cannot be predetermined. Beauty is not only exterior but above all interior and is something more abstract, less concrete and more extended to any reality; beauty is without borders, without color and without precise rules.