image-conscious

image-conscious

adj
concerned about the way one comes across to other people and the impression one creates
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Asked about how figure and image-conscious she is herself, Zoya said:"Honestly, the definition of beauty is a mess, especially in developing counties like India.
Obsessed With My Body C4, 10pm It's a sad fact girls are growing up more image-conscious, but what about boys?
Findings for this sample suggest that men are more image-conscious than women; their scores are higher in every scale, but men's self-esteem scores are lower than those of women.
Everyone is much more image-conscious than they are about actually playing the part" - Michael Douglas.
A CELLULITE-busting treatment used by the Kardashians is the latest craze for image-conscious Irish women.
Check out our gallery of the image-conscious Nokia Lumia 925.
At the same time, they have reduced their CO2 emissions, giving the stylish hatchback extra appeal to eco-aware and image-conscious customers.
com)-- Hi-Tech Clear Brackets Provide Fast, Comfortable Treatment, Extraordinary Smiles and Faces for Image-Conscious Adults and Teens.
The problem with social networking sites is that they are aimed at self-absorbed, image-conscious teens and students.
Image-conscious Berlusconi, 73, has kept out of the public eye since he was bashed with a statuette of Milan cathedral by a mentally ill man during a December rally.
Unfazed by a recession and rampant inflation, image-conscious Venezuelans show no signs of cutting back on the facelifts, liposuction, and breast augmentation that have become de rigueur beauty treatments, reports Reuters (Nov.
Dr Bousted added: "Advertising and marketing have made our society increasingly image-conscious and our children are suffering the consequences.

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