Unless they ask for my opinion, it's not my place to critically judge anybody else (especially if it's about something that I know is outside of their control).
To the best of my ability, I choose to be accepting. To help me remember, I created a simple little reminder: "Never judge another person by their DNA."
Judging others for anything outside of their control/choice simply doesn't make sense! So much of our physical body is either a result of nature (eye colour, height, skin colour, facial features, etc) or by chance (e.g. scars, disfigurements, etc).
In its own way, everyone's body is unique and perfect -- unless we allow others' opinions and prejudices to influence us. We all want to be loved for who we are, but far too easily can become self-critical of our own appearance (focusing on what we perceive as "imperfections"). Isn't it universal to feel at our best when we are accepted unconditionally for who we are?
Life has a way of mirroring back to us the feelings that we invoke in others (typically, magnified over time)! If you want to be loved and accepted for who you are, choose each day to be someone who loves and accepts others -- just the way they are!
I believe that everyone benefits from unconditional love and acceptance... It somehow brings out our best, and allows us to become much more than we previously believed possible. We can offer each other the 'gift' of acceptance at any time, at any place. It's completely our choice, and it's free! Something magical (miraculous!) happens as we practice acceptance.
An essential key to a fulfilling life is having a healthy love and acceptance of yourself. This allows you to receive more of life's blessings, and naturally increases how attractive you are to others. [Well, maybe not to everyone, but to the ones who matter!]
Every time you love and accept another, a part of that way of being becomes your own experience (now and in the future).
Practice every day treating others how you would like to be treated (how would you feel in their situation?). Know that your thoughts, words and actions will eventually return to you multiplied! Therefore, before you next speak a harsh word (or intentionally ignore someone), deliberately pause for a moment and choose a kind and loving response instead. :-)
In doing so, may your life be filled with new levels of loving acceptance that nurture you, and others around you. May your seeds of kindness return to you in the most unexpected and beautiful ways, as you realise that true perfection in each of us has very little to do with our physical bodies -- it has everything to do with who we are being to each other in this world.
You are a wonderful, unique individual... I accept you, just the way you are. The world is a better place, because you are here.