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.
Burberry does a great job in using this need for attention in their ad. By not only using Rosie yet again to create a goddess of a woman who stands out but also at the bottom of the ad the words “The new fragrance for women” are written. These word draw in the woman consumer because what she has at home is out of date this new perfume will make her “hip”. Kallie a high schooler says that she would buy it just because it is advertised by Rosie. Burberry fills in the the need for attention by offering this product which will help you to
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.
Perfecting the craft Mrs. Jenkins created; stylists have made the sew-in an easier process. Some stylists still use the technique of sewing hair onto a net, and then sewing it on the client’s hair. Popular hairstylist Tokyo Vibez has quoted “ I like sewing hair onto the net because the hairstyle looks more fuller when done on a net. Its also great for women who doesn’t want their real hair to be damaged or pulled during the sew in process”. The sew-in has excelled from the traditional techniques; new techniques such as the braid less sew-in, versatile sew-in, and the vixen sew in have made its way to the hair-sewing world.
But the REVLON advertisement clearly conveys why their make- up collection is best. In this ad the diction used appeals to more females. The advertiser used celebrity endorsement to persuade one to purchase their product. Susan Sarandon is a well-known actress. The close up on Susan Sarandon’s face is used to show how beautiful she is because she uses REVLON.
Lack of self-esteem and confidence in adolescent girls has long been associated with at risk behaviors such as smoking, drinking, and unsafe sexual behaviors which lead to sexually transmitted diseases and unplanned pregnancies. Ashes for Beauty is a program designed to help area preteen and teenage girls build their self-esteem and have more confidence about themselves. With this program the girls can feel proud of themselves and the bright futures they have ahead of themselves without settling for less. The mission statement for Ashes for Beauty is to enable preteen and teenage girls to reach their full potential. Striving to help them improve their lives and break barriers, The Ashes for Beauty program offers mentorships, activities and
The Woman of Willendorf may have been looked up to back in Common Era due to her capabilities. Her "womanly features" emphasized to show that she was respected because of what she has naturally, and her ability to reproduce. Barbie, on the other hand, is highly superficial. People look up to her now because she is beautiful, and is successful within her career as she has evolved to become other beings such as Barbie Police and Barbie Doctor. But the biggest difference with her is that achieving her looks may be highly unlikely.
(p. 80) Young women really loved the bobbed hairstyle. One fashion magazine predicted that the bobbed hairstyle would not last very long, but it did and they were forced to show more bobbed hairstyles in their magazine. The cosmetic industry made lots of money as well because of all of the products they were pushing to women. By 1929, some 2,500 different perfume brands were created along with 1,500 face creams. (p. 80).
As Peggy Orenstein’s three year-old daughter entered the “princess phase,” Orenstein became increasingly frustrated. As a feminist, she worried about the negative effects the princess obsession would have on her daughter and other young girls in their futures. In “Cinderella and Princess Culture,” Orenstein sets out to discuss these effects. She discovers that although it seems as if this princess craze is creating negative gender stereotypes at an early age, maybe princess enthusiasts are really benefitting from their obsession. Orenstein has gotten accustomed to adults assuming her daughter likes pink and princesses.
This film not only displays how the world expects teenage girls to act, but also how difficult it is for teenage girls to resist acting this way. Mean Girls is a perfect example of how girls, want to be like the plastics. You have the Queen Bee throughout the movie and every normal girl wishing and wanting to be like her. She’s like the Barbie, everyone wish they could