@Beautyskew was in full force this week:
While I haven’t gone through a total on-camera transformation, I started using a few tricks Weekend Observations: Applying the Lessons
An honest, raw perspective on modeling from a model/TED speaker Behind the Image: An Honest & Bright Model’s Story
From aging beauty contests to a history of beauty in Japan More to Love: Additions to the Reading List
I wish you all a happy weekend and to my brother, Jonny, a happy birthday!
On Colorado with the politicos this week! And here’s what happened @Beautyskew:
After years of business travel, I see how women get the raw deal Weekend Observations: When Will Fem Biz Travelers gets Recognized?
A bizarre new beauty trend in Japan Pic of the Week: Bagel Head Beauties
More fascinating beauty-in-culture reading More to Love: Additions to the Reading List
Enjoy the weekend!
In case you didn’t see this article among the list in last Friday’s Additions to the Reading List, I had to show this pic. This photo displays a new Japanese beauty pheneomenon called “bagel heads” enabled by large doses of Botox. Another example of beauty being in the eye of the beholder, eh? For more read this
Take a look at these bizarre and bold beauty stories!
- In Japan, people are using anti-aging treatments to challenge notions of beauty
- A fascinating art exhibit showing the beauty of graffiti: Beauty Is
- Is America ready for a a new type of leading lady who looks different? I’m betting yes!
- The physical healing power of beauty
Any more stories to add? Comment or tweet us @Beautyskew
Whenever people equate beauty with perfection I scoff. If we adjusted all the faces or bodies of people we deem beautiful to be perfect, I bet we’d all be disappointed. Moreover, when I hear about the supposed “torture” people endure to be perfect, I have to point to the growing number of cases I come across of people trying to look imperfect, as evidenced in the pic above from Tokyo above. Girls are actually trying to make their teeth look funny!