beauty

“She wins who calls herself beautiful and challenges the world to change to truly see her.” - Naomi Wolf

  • Joy Johane
    Published about 7 hours ago
    Cynthia Gwebu: A woman for ALL women

    Cynthia Gwebu: A woman for ALL women

  • Laura Smith
    Published 5 days ago
    5 Beauty Habits Every Woman Should Follow In Morning

    5 Beauty Habits Every Woman Should Follow In Morning

    With your basic morning rituals, you need to follow a beauty regime as well. Beauty habits that you develop early in the morning will help your skin get a great glow.
  • Sarah Porter
    Published 14 days ago
    Paint

    Paint

    I was 14 when my father first told me I needed to start wearing makeup.
  • Elena Stoyanova Kalcheva
    Published about a month ago
    What makes Shakira my exceptional favorite…

    What makes Shakira my exceptional favorite…

    The first time I saw Shakira was in Whenever, wherever video and I genuinely did not feel threatened by the usual celebrity perfection, on the contrary, finally a girl out there with curves. The next thing I know I am dancing on that good vibe track all around the kitchen. But I still was not an addict. That came three video releases later.
  • Charisse V
    Published about a month ago
    In the Philippines, “Dyosa" Does Not Refer to Me or You

    In the Philippines, “Dyosa" Does Not Refer to Me or You

    Nowadays, women like to call each other queen as a way to show support and encouragement. You see it in social media like instagram where practically every woman is labeled queen by her close circle, and supporters. It seems “queen” is the new flex for women.
  • TL B.
    Published 2 months ago
    Love Is .

    Love Is .

    ‘Pretty women wonder where my secret lies.
  • Aletia Robertson
    Published 3 months ago
    A letter to the awkward, quiet & weird girls at school.
  • Grace Seymour
    Published 3 months ago
    On Self Image

    On Self Image

    Along with the rest of the (privileged) world lockdown has me confined to my home with absolutely nothing to do. Along with nothing to do comes the desire for obsessive social media usage, and absolutely bugger all to share with the world. My lockdown posts so far have been a few pictures of my dog looking cute, one selfie, a compilation of little things that had made me smile, and one snapchat thirst trap of an especially booby selfie with an inane caption about managing to get dressed. While wasting away another day in lockdown I (unusually for me) decided to do a full face of makeup, which lead to wandering around my home until I found the most flattering lighting, then banging out about 100 selfies until I found one where I liked my facial expression. Clearly, this was already very much me at my best, but because of the time of day the lighting wasn’t quite as flattering as it could’ve been, so I figured I’d whack it in Facetune and knock down the contrast a bit and up the saturation to recreate that perfect “golden hour” lighting. After a lot of little tweaks I finally had “the perfect selfie”, which in my eyes was still just a selfie because all I’d really done was touch up the lighting. At this point I paused before instagramming it purely because I was worried about posting two selfies too close together and seeming vain, so the selfie sat in my camera roll for a few days.
  • Lisaidy Zabala
    Published 3 months ago
    Beauty of being Latina

    Beauty of being Latina

    Hi!. My name is Lisaidy and I'm a proud Latina.
  • Marge Purifoy
    Published 4 months ago
    10 Facts about Careprost Eye Drop Lash Growth Serum

    10 Facts about Careprost Eye Drop Lash Growth Serum

    Achieve lusciously long and thick eye lashes with Careprost serum
  • Mae McCreery
    Published 4 months ago
    Just a Girl

    Just a Girl

    Being a girl is hard, and trying to be a girl and look good is such a Herculean effort. Hercules is in hell right now trying to push a rock uphill and I’m like “pfft I’ll push that rock instead of trying to put on liquid eyeliner” now that’s impossible. Trying to put on winged eyeliner evenly should be an Olympic sport.
  • Narleysia Nicolee
    Published 5 months ago
    Black Bisexual Queen

    Black Bisexual Queen

    I am a woman, a black woman at that. I feel being a black woman is beauty mixed with pain. Some people, mostly men drool and get hard over the ones that have an hourglass figure with their brown skin glowing like the sun. Those are the ones mostly put all over the gram, the web, and magazines that people get.