All the colors of the eye shadows, lip glosses and different hairstyles were much more fascinating than chemistry formulas. The appreciation she received from the bride was flawless. She received goodie bag full of love, chocolate and make up from the bride. Another event that encouraged me into this field was when she got the contract to do Miss California’s hair and makeup for her campaign photo shoot last year. I was enchanted by the increase of her communications through this career.
Elegant Mascara Your own personal guide to the latest fashion trends, outfit ideas, hair + makeup how-tos, and celebrity scoop can be found in Glamour. This magazine gives you many striking feminine advertisements from perfume, dieting pills, to shoes and mascara. Covergirl and Maybelline are top selling cosmetic to women with fashion. In this case Covergirl advertisement has proven they are worth buying over Maybelline advertisement. The charismatic Covergirl mascara advertisement is impressive in capturing the attention of young fashionable females than the reliable Maybelline mascara advertisement because of its elegant color, memorable slogan, and images of beauty.
Transformations Essay “The Study of transformation explores the tension between continuity and change. “ Explore how this statement is true. Amy Heckerling’s film, Clueless, as a transformation of Jane Austen’s novel, Emma, explores the tension between continuity and change. Emma, written in the early 1800s, reflects the values and class hierarchy of the Regency period. Heckerling’s film has transformed Emma into a dramatic twentieth century teen flick that both exemplifies and undercuts the contemporary culture of 1990s Los Angeles defined by consumption and appearance while still maintaining aspects of Emma’s narrative and characterisation.
AUSTEN'S WRITING The movie Clueless starring Alicia Silverstone, Sense and Sensibility, starring Emma Thompson and Kate Winslet, and Pride and Prejudice, a movie on A&E - What do these four movies have in common besides the year in which they were made? Jane Austen, the author of literary classics including Pride and Prejudice, Sense and Sensibility, and Emma, the book upon which Clueless is based. This recent resurgence of Jane Austen in modern America almost two centuries after her death is partially due to the fact that Austen's writing transcends time and place. Although deeply rooted in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, Austen's books, especially Pride and Prejudice and Sense and Sensibility, hold universal truths still
The setting is very important in the elaboration of this specific fictional text. The time and space we are dealing with are much relevant for creating the perfect background for a heroine like Jane to live in. Culturally speaking, Gothic novels were in evidence at the late 18th and early 19th centuries. It involved a lot of stereotypes, fantastic elements, and melodrama. Yet, although some critics define Jane Eyre as a Gothic piece of literature, it is true that it ruptured several aspects to create something quite new, including characterization points that will be discussed further.
Fashion of the Fifties This decade opened up a wide variety of original and distinctive styles, which was presented with a classic new twist. World War II was over, time was peaceful yet prosperous. More money would be spent on fashion, and a whole world of new materials would be available to designers, or anyone who wanted them. Women are said to have dressed “smartly” in the 1950’s. Acting and looking like a lady was taught to young girls from the time they were born.
How popular she is and perfect she is, and so naturally these girls are beginning to want to be just like Barbie, happy and perfect all of the time. There is always so much to look, act and dress. And young girls worldwide feel the need to fit in and the only way to do that is to look and act a certain way. Barbie has always been there to set the trends. Feminist say that Barbie is the cause of worldwide eating disorders, low self-esteem and false perception of beauty.
The transformation of the Jane Austen’s novel Emma into the Amy Heckerling’s ‘teen-pic’ Clueless, involves changing the original text in to another medium set in a different context to allow a re-assessment of the values present in the text thus enabling the audience to gain a greater insight and appreciation of the ideals and concerns outlined by Austin in Emma. The themes presented by Austin in Emma are universal and timeless which enables Heckerling to adapt them to a context a modern audience can reflect and relate to, thus generating a greater understanding of the social commentary made by Austen on social class, marriage and education of the 19th century. Heckerling does not devalue Emma and the essence of what is said is not changed however Heckerling goes further than just a transformation and comments on modern issues such as sexuality, education and social equality relevant to her time. This allows the texts to resonate with each other with the known reflecting upon the new and the new reflecting on the known. Both Emma and Clueless deal with a society in which social structure and values are criteria for assessing people.
Evaluate the relative importance of differences or similarities between the texts, and the ways in which these differences or similarities reflect values in the text? In both Emma by Jane Austen and Clueless by Amy Heckerling the values have changed. In Clueless to suit a more contemporary society compared to Austen’s world in the 19th century. The similarities between the texts are how communication is valued. And the differences include how the value of marriage has changed to a value in sex and relationships.
Touchstone is a character who has an individual opinion on the idea of love. His idea is unromantic, but practical. This can be seen in the following quote, “ by how much defence is better than no skill, by so much is a horn more precious than to want.” In this quote, touchstone implies that it is better to be cheated on rather than to have no woman at all and go on unsatisfied. This shows his practicality and also shows how he is quite selfish when it comes to love. “ he is not like to marry me well and, not being well married it will be a good excuse for me hereafter to leave my wife” , this quote illustrates his unromantic portrayal of love, as he is willing to go through great measures to avoid being tied down to one woman.