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Top 5: Skin Care!

Last week things got a bit heavy as we discussed the beauty myth.  As much as I hope everyone can keep those ideas in the back of their mind we don’t want to forget about the really great parts of beauty.  1,065 more words

Wonder Woman: A Feminist Hero?

By Emmy Heyman

The recently released Wonder Woman film has gained great acclaim in the media for its portrayal and inclusion of a female leading lady. 852 more words

The Monthly Rag

The Prism of Beauty

By Cam F.

Most women think they know their true beauty. They couldn’t be more mistaken.

From the moment a baby girl is born, someone is judging her appearance. 450 more words

Beauty

What is this Blog About?

As a former trained make-up artist and cosmetician, avid make-up and skincare junkie and lover of the written word, I’m writing this blog out of sheer interest and frustration. 395 more words

Cosmetics And Social Media

The Un-Make-up Make-up Blog

As a former trained make-up artist and cosmetician and long-time make-up and cosmetics junkie, I’ve seen trends come and go, and come back again. With the explosion of social media and hundreds of very successful amateur bloggers who boast millions of avid and dedicated followers, why start another make-up blog? 516 more words

Cosmetics And Social Media

Poem-A-Day: Christine Heppermann (again)

Yesterday I posted a poem by Christine Heppermann about the evolution of the dominance problem inherent in the inequity between men and women.

Today I’m posting one by her about the tragedy of the beauty myth, about how people can become conditioned — brain-washed — to pick themselves apart. 278 more words

Poetry

Poem-A-Day: Christine Heppermann

When the Poem-A-Day series meets Women Writers Wednesday series meets Whom I’m Reading series…

My friend Sarah gave me a book of poems for Christmas called… 409 more words

Poetry