by Daniel Laberge
Human grooming

Are you vain?

Five questions to determine if your are:
Vain, Normal or a Beauty denier

VAIN

NORMAL

BEAUTY
DENIER

The vanity scale

Excessive or overly positive pride

Vanity can be defined this way:

An excessive pride in one's appearance or accomplishments.

Additionally, vanity is often associated with:

pointlessness,  futility,  worthlessness, ...

Question #1

Are you proud of your appearance?

 

VAIN PERSON ANSWER

YES

 

NORMAL PERSON ANSWER

YES

 

BEAUTY DENIER ANSWER

NO

Question #2

Do you embellish yourself artificially?

•Fancy clothes
•Accessories: hats, sunglasses, ...
•Jewelry, watches, ...
•Make-up
•Artificial creams and products
•Plastic surgery
•Cosmetic injections
•Body building
•Tattooing and piercing
•Nail polish and lipstick
•...

 

VAIN PERSON ANSWER

YES

 

NORMAL PERSON ANSWER

NO

 

BEAUTY DENIER ANSWER

YES

Question #3

Do you feel that your beauty puts you above others?

 

VAIN PERSON ANSWER

YES

 

NORMAL PERSON ANSWER

NO

 

BEAUTY DENIER ANSWER

NO

Question #4

Do you put lots of time taking care of your beauty?

 

VAIN PERSON ANSWER

YES

 

NORMAL PERSON ANSWER

YES

 

BEAUTY DENIER ANSWER

NO

Question #5

Do you rely on others to take care of your beauty?

 

VAIN PERSON ANSWER

YES

 

NORMAL PERSON ANSWER

NO

 

BEAUTY DENIER ANSWER

YES

Are you vain?

Your score

2 POINTS

 

For every RED answer

0 POINTS

 

For every GREEN answer

-2 POINTS

 

For every BLUE answer

10 POINTS

0 POINTS

-10 POINTS

VAIN

NORMAL

BEAUTY
DENIER

Personal care for social acceptance

Vain or artificial?

Dummy with hat and sunglasses

Is what people see of you artificial?

Vanity and clothes

Add grooming to your list

Taking care of your body is not vain

Dummy with hat and sunglasses