Meet The Real-Life Rapunzel That Believes That Actual Appeal Originates From A Female’s Hair Size

Alyona is a real-life Rapunzel. She is literally living a princess fantasy with hair that measures 1.8 meters long. They are so long that they touch the flooring when she strolls. The thirty-four-year-old has been expanding her hair considering that she was 5 and thinks that genuine elegance is the length of a lady’s hair. < img src=" https://storage.googleapis.com/static.smalljoys.me/2019/12/jam-press-4.png"...

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Houston Woman Shares Her Unfortunate Experience Trying To Get Her Makeup Done At Ulta Beauty As A Darkskin Woman – The Shade Room

We all know how important representation is, especially in beauty, and while makeup companies have made strides in recent years to be inclusive of people of all colors, that doesn’t necessarily translate to how makeup artists are trained. Case and point; A Houston woman recently went to an Ulta in New Jersey, where her in-laws were hosting her baby…

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An Aesthetic Introduction to Kintsugi, the Japanese Art of Repairing Broken Pottery and Searching For Elegance in Flaw

Kintsugi, the Japanese art of signing up with busted ceramic with gleaming seams of silver or gold, creates art things we can view as symbols for the beauty of vulnerability. Certainly, these bowls, cups, vases, and so on remind of us Leonard Cohen’s oft-quoted lyric from “Anthem” (” There is a fracture in everything, that’s just how the light…

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A Skeptic Sees the Beauty in the God of Christmas | Sean McDowell

Along with my regular blog here at seanmcdowell.org, I am now featuring occasional guest posts from some students in the Biola M.A. in Christian Apologetics that I personally had the privilege of teaching. This post is from my friend Tim Stratton, who has an excellent and growing ministry of his own. I simply asked him to write anything on…

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Disney released its darkest collection of merch yet, and it’s inspired by Belle from ‘Beauty and the Beast’

In celebration of fan-favorite film “Beauty and the Beast,” Disney has released a new color collection — Belle of the Ball Bronze.  The line of merchandise, which made its official global debut this month, is filled with dark colors and metallic bronze accents. Here are some of the best pieces you can buy.  FOLLOW US: Insider is on Facebook The Belle…

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Transgender Files A Claim Against Elegance Pageant

Y’ all. Am I embeded the horrible 2000’s flick “Idiocracy”?! If you have not seen it, don’t, it is really dreadful. It follows a male that entered into the future. Surprise the future is a headache because literal pinheads run the globe. Not shocking at all that I’m starting to think this flick was pythonic. We are suing an…

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All-female beauty pageants could be on their way out

In the name of “giving minorities a voice,” will we soon witness the end of all-female beauty pageants? In post-Obama America, where science is bendable to fit individual pursuits, females no longer have the market cornered on being women. Anita Green, a biologically male transgender who identifies as a woman, has sued the United States of America Pageants after…

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15 of the Most Beautiful Women of 2019 Portray What the Beauty Ideal of Our Time Looks Like

“Miss World” is a prestigious beauty contest that has been held each year given that 1952. Its contestants are considered to be the most appealing and also most intelligent agents of their countries. As well as images of these females from past years aid us imagine what “suitable” ladies were expected to appear like in different durations of time….

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