As if professional women don't have enough to worry about, a new Garnier ad suggests busy moms should feel guilty about their
Now when I see someone else with large or noticeable scars, I think about his or her spirit. I think about how he or she experienced something that was difficult or even traumatic, and survived and is now flourishing. To me, that's the most attractive quality any person can possibly possess -- unfailing optimism, power, courage, strength of mind. To me, a scar is a beauty mark.
"We are all beautiful." "Everyone is beautiful to somebody." It's cheerful stuff. It builds the self-esteem, makes people feel valued, and spreads joy and happiness across the Internet. It's also bullcrap.
Cassia Tsura. Performer. Rakel Lindgren. Actress, model. "I don't want to say that I want women to start growing their armpit
To say a woman is ugly based on her appearance means you haven't really looked at her. It's ignorance. Beauty is more than meets the eye. It goes deeper than that. There are layers of beauty. Beauty is body, mind, heart, and soul.
But is Dove's idea of change what we should be focusing on? In the early 2000s, Dove executives began looking for a way to
[H/T GodVine] "If we can see the beauty in others, why can't we see it in ourselves?" the spot poignantly asks. If you were
Go home, Daily Mail. You're definitely part of the problem. Completely ignoring Beyonce's point that we should stop determining
My little hiatus from shaving has been awesome. I've learned some new things about myself, engaged in some substantial, thoughtful dialogue with many peers, and got to play around with some social norms.
I remember hating my face and hating my skin and looking at all the girls around me in middle school and on TV and in ads and feeling like I was a monstrosity in comparison. I think makeup can be empowering, but acknowledging that it isn't natural is important.