Week in Review: 5/20-5/26

Take a look at what we had to get off our chests this week:

How do I dress my age anyway?  Where do I begin? Weekend Observations: Dress Your — What Does that Mean?

I get that CK wants to remain exclusive but, come on, he still needs to sell his stuff somewhere! Pic of the Week: What’s Up Calvin Klein?!

While we may be bombarded by tons of BIG DATA, the digital world has actually made us more aesthetically inclined How Digital Has Made Us More Aesthetically Inclined

Great beauty-in-culture reading we’ve ripped from the wires More to Love: Additions to the Reading List

Enjoy the weekend…its my daughter’s birthday!

More to Love: Additions to the Reading List

  • What’s Your Virtue: A beauty brand not based on sexuality but inner beauty.  Think it will sell?


  • How Sephora is truly taking advantage of the digital space


  • Another example of how the world of beauty has a greater role to play in society


  • Feminine beauty on the Knokke Seafront


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Week in Review: 4/8-4/14

What we had to get off our chests this week…

How a NYC subway ride changed my outlook forever, and I got a cool pic out of it too! Weekend Observations: Never, Ever Judge a Book By Its Cover

When a global community fights for acceptance of all kinds of beauty Pic of the Week: The Beauty of Democracy

Oh please, we all photo shop…is that so bad?  Stop Skewering Photo Shopping Already!

Ah, some more juicy beauty reading!  Take a look at what we curated More to Love: Additions to the Reading List

Enjoy the end of Passover for those of you who have been eating matzah all week!

Pic of the Week: The Beauty of Democracy

Jenna Talackova

In case you’ve been living under a rock these past few weeks, there has been a ton of hoopla around Jenna Talackova’s rejection and the acceptance into the Miss Universe Canada pageant.  What happened?  Well, Jenna was initially kicked out of the pageant because she wasn’t born a woman.  She’s transgender and a pretty good-looking one at that!  The reason for the reversal had nothing to do with the good graces of the pageant officials, but rather the pressure from open-minded, accepting people around the world.  Perhaps this one beauty pageant will set the stage for greater acceptance in every sphere of life for anyone who chooses to live life in his/her own special way.  Way to go Jenna!