Beautifull Review

Beautifull is a Georgia based hair growth company that provides homemade products with the most popular and effective natural oils, butters and plants such as Jamaican Black castor oil, Rosemary oil, Peppermint oil, Cedarwood oil, Olive oil, Curry leaf oil, Unrefined shea butter, raw mango butter and Aloe Vera Gel plant to promote hair growth. Our products can help increase the rate of your hair growth while also helping to reduce scalp issues such as itchy/dry scalp, dandruff, psoriasis and eczema.

We are committed to ensuring that all of our customers receive the best possible customer service and are happy with their purchase. If you are unhappy with your purchase, we will be more than happy to exchange your product for another one of equal value. However, you must notify us of the reason for your return within 10 days of receipt of your order. Once the returned product is received by our company, you will be notified via email that your refund has been processed and your account will be updated.

Our research investigates how people perceive and evaluate beauty. Our findings suggest that aesthetic experiences are frequent, that a person’s environmental and personality characteristics influence their perception of beauty, and that these perceptions can be influenced by repeated experiences with beautiful stimuli.

Aesthetics is the ability to appreciate the attractiveness of a person, object, or place, and it can be seen as a cognitive and emotional experience that can be triggered by various stimuli such as art, music, and nature. Appreciation of beauty has been associated with various psychological traits such as Openness to Experience24,25 and the Big-5 personality trait ‘Engagement with Beauty’26.

In the ESM studies, participants were prompted to notice an object or setting in their surroundings and then categorise it into either human-made or natural, followed by rating how beautiful they found it on a 7-point scale. These ratings were analyzed using regression analyses and the statistical software R, with the GGplot2 package48 for data visualisation.

The beauty model from Study 2 showed a significant interaction between category and art knowledge: experiences that were rated more highly as natural than human-made were more likely to be considered beautiful by participants with higher art knowledge, while those that were rated less well as natural or human-made were more likely to be judged as less beautiful by participants with lower art knowledge.

The results of Study 3 were similar, with experiences rated more beautifully receiving higher positive valence ratings and experiences rated less beautiful receiving lower (i.e. calmer) arousal ratings. Interestingly, both the arousal and valence models from Study 3 were moderated by repetition of these experiences. This suggests that repeated experiences with more beautiful stimuli can lead to more positive valence, and also may cause participants to become less sensitive to beauty. This effect is possibly due to a change in the brain’s representation of beauty, which is linked to the neural circuitry that processes arousal.