“容貌” means “appearance,” and “焦虑” means “anxiety.” Social appearance anxiety is a type of anxiety about one’s appearance and body shape. Sufferers are often young people who experience a fear of negative evaluation of their physical appearance. As the society as a whole focuses more on people’s appearance and rewards those with good looks in terms of employment and other aspects, more people begin to worry that they are not “good-looking enough” and turn to plastic surgery. A recent survey of some 2,000 Chinese university students found that 59 percent of the subjects have social appearance anxiety, with female students feeling more affected.
Wǒ yòu pàng le diǎnr，zhēn bù zhīdào zěnyàng cáinéng gèng miáotiáo。
I have put on some more weight. There’s just no way to slim down.
Nǐ de shēncái hěn biāozhǔn，wánquán méiyǒu bìyào róngmào jiāolǜ。
You have a standard figure and there’s no need at all to have social appearance anxiety.