Beauty

Posted by Nuhanzi Staff | 01 12 2017
How People’s ‘Most Beautiful’ Reveals Changing Beauty Standards

By Claire Altschuler Chicago Tribune People magazine, which focuses on celebrities and personal interest stories, boasts the largest audience of any American periodical. One of its most popular features is...

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Posted by Nuhanzi Staff | 30 07 2017
Plus-Sized Beauties Emerging As The Coolest Game-Changers In International Fashion

By Shikha Kumar Hindustan Times, New Delhi Model Liza Golden-Bhojwani has garnered new-found fame. In March this year, the half-Punjabi half-American model, who's now settled in Mumbai, shared a moving...

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Posted by Nuhanzi Staff | 30 07 2017
Multicultural Dolls A Hit For Target And Other Retailers

By Kavita Kumar Star Tribune (Minneapolis) One of the few items on the Christmas list of Emily Noreen's 4-year-old daughter is a doll she can call her own. "I want...

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Posted by Nuhanzi Staff | 30 07 2017
Why Women Politicians Are Judged By Their Looks And Not Competence

By Ashwaq Masoodi Mint, New Delhi "What difference will it make? We have more beautiful star campaigners... heroines, artistes... they are better." Priyanka laughed it off, saying: "If that's all...

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Posted by Nuhanzi Staff | 30 07 2017
Dita Von Teese Achieves A Greatness Of Her Own

By Steve Knopper Chicago Tribune At 4 years old, Heather Sweet of tiny West Branch, Mich., did not see herself as a burlesque dancer who would take off her clothes...

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Posted by Nuhanzi Staff | 30 07 2017
From LA To Tehran, Nose Jobs Are A Rite Of Passage And A Quiet Rebellion For Many Persian Women

By Melissa Etehad Los Angeles Times Growing up in Los Angeles, Jasmine Yahid thought a lot about her nose. Too big, with a bump that drew attention, she felt. So...

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Posted by Nuhanzi Staff | 06 07 2017
Balancing Act: Stop Telling Your Friends They’re Beautiful — It’s Making Them Sick

By Heidi Stevens Chicago Tribune You might be familiar with the Bechdel test. It's a standard created by artist Alison Bechdel to measure whether works of fiction (movies, usually) accurately...

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Posted by Nuhanzi Staff | 27 01 2017
Author Talks Size In ‘Chicken Soup For The Soul’

By Alayna Shulman Redding Record Searchlight, Calif. Darbie Andrews had made so much progress since she started taking Zumba classes -- on her fitness, her self-esteem, even her outlook on...

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Posted by Nuhanzi Staff | 20 12 2016
Fat And Happy: No One Tells Author Lindy West What To Do

By Bethany Jean Clement The Seattle Times. Lindy West is a defender of bodies: women's bodies, fat bodies, every body's right to exist in whatever way, shape or form, unjudged...

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Posted by Nuhanzi Staff | 20 12 2016
Three Minutes With Barbie And They Wanted To Be Thinner

By Stacey Burling Philly.com. Just three minutes of play with a traditional Barbie doll, the kind with the impossibly skinny waist and curvy bosom, made girls as young as six...

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