Don't rush any purchases man. Best to take your time and do some research.
If your new to skiing you will want to go out and try a few different skis. There are no good or bad skis per say. It really depends on what type of skiing you are going to be doing as to ski you want to buy. If you can demo some skis before you buy them that will help a lot in finding something you like.
Go around and visit as many ski shops as possible and compare prices and different skis. Ski shop salespeople will be able to fit a good ski to your requirements.
Also, if your an absolute beginner, you might want to explore the mountain and try a whole bunch of different things to see whether or not you enjoy park, urban, backcountry, groomers or tree skiing. Deciding what type of skiing you want to do most of the time will dictate what ski will best suit your needs.
And whatever you do, don't buy the skis with the best looking graphic. Function over form.