Anon, where do you think you are? The fucking cheerleading Facebook group of your high school? Barely anyone here considers themselves pretty or even average unless they’re anonymous. So here is some advice for you:
First off, stop thinking about how miserable you feel about being under your own skin, sure, being ugly sucks, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be changed, genius.
Second, after you get over your woe is me phase and figure out what is it that you think is “wrong” with you, figure out whether it can be fixed or you should just make a way to accept that part of yourself.
So, if you’re fat, workout and eat healthish food. If you feel like your body type is just weird for your own standards, learn how to appreciate the good things of your body type and stop giving a fuck about whatever some retarded scrote says about your body type, because the moment you get that loving yourself is more important than some fucking retard -male or female or genderspecial- you will feel lighter.
If you feel like you’re asymmetrical or something, learn how to style your hair to make your face look symmetrical, looking pretty isn’t something you’re born with, it’s something you have to work for, just because someone has nice genes, doesn’t mean they will automatically look great, and just because someone has shit genes, doesn’t mean they have to look like shit.
Dress accordingly to your fucking body type and the weather, don’t try to wear shorts on winter and turtleneck sweaters during summer unless you can handle it.
You can use an “a e s t e t h i c” as a guide, but also wear regular clothes, wearing jeans and a t-shirt isn’t a sin, just wear the right size and the cut that suits you better and makes you feel comfortable, hell, wear shit that makes you feel like a princess/goddess/boss lady/non-abused pornstar/whatever makes you feel powerful, that shit matters more than you think, mind over matter.
So there, that’s how I got over being a fucking retard, say ahhh and catch the plane.
If this helps, cool, if it doesn’t, get a therapist.