Eva is very happy while wearing this lips gloss. The emotion of Eva’s happiness can make us think if we buy this new lip gloss we will enjoy it. Is this lip gloss really worth buying? Just because cover girl says that it’s all these nice things don’t really mean it’s true. Ads tend to persuade us using many different things most of the time just so we can buy.
It shows the four different shades that the mascara is available in on the side to try to get the target audience attention. Cover Girl is known for their bold advertising using beautiful women with flawless faces. On this particular ad the advertiser choose Rihanna as a model because she is young beautiful and adds sex appeal plus she’s very popular in the music business right now. In this ad, Cover Girl claims that this product will lift up your eyes and give you 4 time’s brighter eyes. Exact Eyelight has a reflecting metallic and a hint of tint that turns out your blue, brown, hazel, and green eyes in the blink of an eye.
It is a tv series where we can see women's lifestyles in the first department store called 'The Paradise'. When Katherine chose the moonlight ink fabric for her wedding dress everyone else wanted at least a small piece of it even though it was not a good quality. This proves how much someone of a high status is important in fashion trends. Also, large scale industrialization in textiles let lower classes copy their favourite icons for much cheaper. Whilst women enjoying
I interpret this to mean that as much as we women would like to erase the thoughts from our heads, it is something that stays with us not only in childhood, but through adulthood as well. Santos mentions seeing a title on a magazine that reads, “How to find the perfect dress for that perfect evening”. This statement references the society that we live in and the emphasis we put on body perfection and designer things. Young girls and women alike are bombarded by the pressure from society to be a certain weight, a certain height, and to wear certain clothes. I think this poem also highlights the way we think others view us.
“Pink Think” wrote by Lynn Peril offers an assortment of brilliant evidences and facts, witty humor, and resilient opinions on sexism present from the 1940’s to the 1970’s, creating a comical, yet realistic view of the pink think era for readers. Peril presents a collection of examples of pink think or things which encourage women to groom themselves to be appropriately girly to fulfill their potential. For example, “a teen girl’s focus should be on dating and getting a boyfriend” (pg. 283). It is mesmerizing to read about the development of feminine modesty, which Peril illustrates throughout the essay with abundant factoids highlighted with bullets within the text of the essay.
The Feminist theory points out that how Florence Nightingale wrote about her views on women’s rights, and the effort to have self-development (2011). The Feminist theory may help nurses understand how far women have struggled to be self-efficient and to provide understanding of accepting all nurses who demonstrate great knowledge and those that do not. Use of the Concept A review of the literature, was educational and a revelation. The search was short, however, intense. The concept of horizontal violence is so wide spread within the nursing profession, it is hard to understand how a nurse, who is a caregiver, who is highly educated can treat another nurse so profoundly.
It is very feminine. It is also a candy color pink making it appeal to more than one of your senses. The pink of the words is also the same color pink as the perfume bottle which attracts your attention. This again appeals to your emotions. The bottle is pretty, so in wearing this it would make you feel more beautiful and womanly, much like the young actress in ad.
Media and Lifestyle The art on the silver screens transcended onto the clothing that woman wore to personify a certain independence. Woman felt stylish and sophisticated even under the unstable economic climate. Technicolor, colored film, was also breaking through, allowing audiences to see the colors that are in style for the season. The color champagne became a red carpet classic for Hollywood favorites such as Jean Harlow and Loretta Young (figs 1-2). Children’s fashion was influenced by what Shirley Temple would wear in her films (Chancey, fig 9).
The first stanza abruptly ends with “You have a great big nose and fat legs.” (6). This is stated in a factual tone in order to portay the girls low self esteem and acceptance of these false attributes. The young girl enters adulthood and the tone shifts into a more positive light. The young girls positive qualities are introduced when Piercy says, “She was healthy, tested
Young girls now have the ideal of the perfect look which that involves thinness and volume in certain areas in their body such as breasts. Many times, when this procedure is had by females, they aim at positive results not only physical (argument breasts) but also psychological (ego boost). They have the idea that this change will enable them to catch prince charming after healing from their surgery. There is an example of a male who wanted to look