Bn Beauty: From Veronica Ebie-odeka To Tania Omotayo! Which Is Your Favourite Joyce Jacob Beauty Celebrity Make-over?
“A First-Rate Girl”: The Problem of Female Beauty
The looks screams subtlety and delicate beauty. Veronica Ebie-Odeka Stylist & Owner of Vanestyle Showroom Tania Omotayo- Stylist & Fashion Retail Store Owner Tanias make-over, which was featured on the BN Beauty page a while ago, was created specially for the Summer beauty. JJB gave her a contoured face, dramatic eyes with winged eyeliner and gold-bronze eyeshadow plus a pink lip for that girly pout; perfect for the girly girl. Tania Omotayo Stylist & Fashion Retail Store Owner Fade Ogunro- OAP & Glam Report TV Presenter For a night of glam, Fade got a glam look. The JJB team hooked the OAP up with a gorgeous face which featured light contouring, bombshell eyes with dramatic lashes and a light pink lip. Fade Ogunro OAP & Glam Report TV Presenter Uju- Model The Music Meets Runway Model, Uju, got star treatment for the MMR2013 shoot. With dark dramatic eyes and berry lips, the model was definitely ready for the cameras. Uju Model Misi Molu- Presenter & OAP Bronzed up and ready to go.
Not Changing My Beauty Routine We’re all guilty of wearing a foundation that doesn’t match our skin tone. You’ll notice, though, that this problem becomes more prevalent when the seasons change. Rule of thumb: when the season changes, your beauty products should, too. To begin, the end of summer often signals a waning tan. That means you have paler skin and should therefore wear a paler foundation.
Seeing Emotions in the Mirror When the survey went beyond day parts to ask about the occasions they felt least attractive, the responses were more situational or emotional in nature. Among the top situations in which women feel least attractive, the top mentions included when they are waking up (69 percent), when I am sick (67 percent), sweating (62 percent), stressed (61 percent), crying (60 percent, and the end of a long day (54 percent). No surprises there. What was surprising were some of the other triggers that women listed for feeling unattractive feeling depressed, feeling angry, worrying, feeling lonely — none of which had to do with the actual condition of their skin or face. “The cultural and psychological implications of that response are significant,” says Bates, “and from a marketing perspective, it could be a factor in everything from creative concept to media platforms to promotional offers.” The Marketing Opportunity: Encourage/Empower According to Bates, these results point to an opportunity to heavy- up and wrap marketing and media activity around the days that the beauty consumer feels the best and worst about her image, using a contrasting “Encourage/Empower” engagement strategy. In this scenario, Monday becomes the day to encourage the beauty product consumer to get going and feel beautiful again, so marketing messages should focus on feeling smart, instant beauty/fashion fixes, and getting things planned and done. Concentrate media during prime vulnerability moments, aligning with content involving tips and tricks, instant beauty rescues, dressing for the success, getting organized for the week and empowering stories. On the enhance side, Thursday offers prime opportunities for marketing messages and in-store/promotional activity around celebrating best beauty looks, dressing for the weekend, and shopping get-togethers. Concentrate media during her most beautiful moments, aligning with content involving weekend guides, weekend style, beauty tips for social activities and positive stories.
New Beauty Study Reveals Days, Times And Occasions When U.S. Women Feel Least Attractive
Their good looks are like a convenient afterthought. This is, unfortunately, sentimental: how we wish life were, rather than how it is. Its like creating a fictional world in which every deserving orphan ends up inheriting a fortune from a rich uncle. In life, beauty is rarely, if ever, just another quality that a woman possesses, like a knowledge of French. A womans beauty tends to play an instrumental role in the courtship process, and its impact rarely ends there. When a novelist does examine beauty more closely, the results are often startling. Two of my favorite male novelists do not fall into the trap that Shriver delineated.