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The result? An impactful video that everyone who has ever had a negative thought about themselves will relate to. The #OneBeautifulThought
I'm definitely a "what you see is what you get" kind of girl. Pretense is exhausting. I don't appreciate it in advertising and I sure as hell don't appreciate it in people.
Liz Casey joins HuffPost Live to talk about how she is a "natural" girl and how she is totally comfortable in her own skin.
Why do we have positively enhanced self-views? The adaptive nature of self-enhancement might be the answer. Conveying the
Maybe we don't need permission to see our own beauty. Maybe what we need is to stop listening to those that tell us what we need in the first place.
It's worth noting that Dove is owned by Unilever -- the same company that owns Axe, king of misogynistic ads that use headless
Through her work as the U.S. Hip Hop Cultural Envoy for the U.S. Department of State, Blackman tackles issues of bullying
Watch the video above and go to to see more. Would you participate? We've long admired Dove's "Real Beauty" campaign
-80% of women are dissatisfied with their appearance -49 percent of 3 to 6 year old girls worry about being fat. -By the
Because so much of the fashion industry is artistically driven, there will always be a dominant level of visual manipulation and abstraction in fashion and beauty.