Most women these days would do anything to look pretty and attract the opposite sex. This story gives us the importance of body image to women and they get judged about it. Amber the “finger throated sickness one”. She gets teased because of her anorexic appearance. This is a mental illness common to the young woman.
The article “Raunch Culture” by Ariel Levy discusses how life in the twenty first century has become very raunchy and erotic. She talks about how easy it is to blame the males of our culture for objectifying women. However, it is the women who are volunteering to have these pornographic or racy photographs and videos taken of themselves. Even women athletes are posing for scantily clad pictures, and they are getting more attention for that than their specialized sporting events. This article discusses that women taking control of their sexuality and objectifying themselves are not, in fact, the same thing.
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.
Then he uses the hard light to create hard edged shadow that will highlight the texture and form of the gloves mainly the glove on the left. This is a hard task to accomplish so I do believe Outerbridge cropped multiple photos together. Outerbridge creates full-color realism of the nude woman with an airbrush effect and shocks viewers. It creates some sort of outrage in the mind, but is that not what a photographer wants? This image is important because it shows how naturally beautiful woman are, but at the same time degrades them through the use of powerful claws almost manipulating the woman.
I believe this a great example and show power and control over women; this can be classified as sexist gender roles and of the reinforcement of male hegemony and female subservience. It also shows how sex sells, the commercial ends right as the women approaches him. This commercial is
The first sexual appearance is demonstrated in the woman’s facial expression. First off, her eyes are suggestive, looking straight at the consumer. In a way they express that she wants the viewer to join her. The woman’s lips are also positioned in a way which makes them seem pouty and seductive at the same time. The model’s lips are set in a slutty way that indicates she wants more than just the burger.
The close up on Susan Sarandon’s face is used to show how beautiful she is because she uses REVLON. By using her beauty it gives the product credibility and it manipulates people because a famous person is being used and one immediately assumes that the product must be good. Furthermore, alliteration is used. Susan Sarandon’s initials match the initials of the title “Star Style” people will be more compelled to buy the product because she uses it and especially because the words confident and charismatic are used to describe her, again alliteration is shown. The REVLON advertisement use of rhetoric appeals to those who know who Sandra is and like
They take the beautiful star from Transformers Dark of the Moon, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, and have her sit completely naked except for a tan overcoat that doesn’t quite cover up her long smooth legs. Her hair is messed up giving off a look of what Kari called “sex hair” which makes her all the more seductive to the reader. They portray her in a sexy way while keeping in classy and not offending the reader. Burberry creates a picture in the readers mind that if they wear this perfume they can look like her. Here we have Rosie who is a beautiful actress that all men desire, by using her in their ad Burberry is saying that if you wear this perfume you will be equal to Rosie.
Wesselmann’s 1973 painting named Smoker #9, is extremely informational. The painting informs observers that the artist finds smoking to be sexy, especially when the smoking is done by women. This particular painting reveals an immense amount of symbolism; the painting shows a set of slightly opened red lips, and a cigarette loosely fashioned between long, sexy fingers. Through the artist’s wonderful use of colours and shapes, Smoker #9 tells any observer that both the fingers and the set of lips belong to a woman. Both the woman’s lips and fingernails are painted an erotic red, revealing a sense of seduction.
The model, Jenna Jameson, is wearing provocative lingerie and is in a seductive pose. Jameson is drawing attention to the advertisement’s point; people should wear pleather instead of leather, with her sex appeal. Even the logo offers sex appeal to its viewers. The catchy phrase “pleather yourself” is actually a word play on the