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The Media’s Damage to Self-Image: Men and Women

The media has always shown the most ideal versions of men and women. In the past, women were told to look like Marilyn Monroe. Natural and curvy. Then slim and shapeless. Then thin and curvy at the same time. Men… Continue Reading →

YouTube Made Me Buy It

I have designed this infographic based on my own experiences and those of my friends. What I am trying to show is how many products YouTubers and social media influencers in general have made me buy and how much power… Continue Reading →

Halloween Beauty Queen

How many Halloween makeup looks have you seen on social media this year? I have seen hundreds of makeup looks inspired by holiday seasons such as Halloween and Christmas all over YouTube, Instagram and Twitter over the years. However, there… Continue Reading →

From Drags to Riches

A history of drag Men have been dressing up as women since theatre began according to The Odyssey Online(https://www.theodysseyonline.com/history-drag-queens). The term “Drag” was actually coined by Shakespeare in the English language to mean men dressing as women, before women would… Continue Reading →

Men and Beauty Online

Although not all women use make-up, beauty has more commonly been associated with women since before the Common Era. However, according to https://www.wisegeek.com/what-is-the-history-of-makeup-wearing.htm, there is archaeological evidence that both women and men wore make-up in Ancient Egypt. They would use… Continue Reading →

How Has Make Up Changed Since The Rise Of The Internet?

How the internet and the rise of YouTube has changed how people do makeup and changed the perceptions of boys using and experimenting with make-up.

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