Easter Sunday is all about fun and rejoicing. The Lord God has risen from the dead. We are literally happy bunnies. And as such, below is a list to give yourself to celebrate the day. Let us all hunt for treasures in our Easter Bunny guise.
Apparently a lingerie company called Bluebella had conducted a survey amongst men and women regarding preferences of their ideal look for men and women based on attributes from gorgeous celebrities.
Meaning they have to create the perfect or ideal look from celebrities with the best hair, the most beautiful or enchanting face, the best shoulders, the best breasts or chest, the best abs, the sexiest hips, the shapeliest legs, etc.
Please see below the outcome. I must say, they are far from the perfection or ideal look one would really hope for.
If by some force of nature that I could metamorphose into a body and look like anyone, I would definitely not want to appear as a caricature similar to the ones below. To my mind’s eyes, it would be a wasted opportunity…..
I am wondering why Cara Delavinge ? She is pretty girl but beautiful? No…. She has been featured and being written about in many magazines lately and I am just thinking what her appeal was?
Personally, I think Charlize Theron is fantastically beautiful. She has got the whole package.
Here is photoshop’s very own version Dr Frankenstein’s She/He-monsters. LOL
We blogged the hour-glass figure previously which was best exemplified by our chosen celebrities. This time we are going to talk about the banana shape figure.
The banana shape is just like what the fruits connotes. It is rectangular or rather more or less straight up and down. The shoulders, the waist and the hips measurement are almost the same. This body frame is what is vernacularly called boyish or androgynous just like most catwalk models. This could be the size zero generation. The banana shape can be like an hour-glass figure without the a protrusions or curves.
There have been men and women who became famous because of their haircuts or hairstyles. So famous that the haircut became their trademark or named after them or the character they portrayed. Sometimes their hairstyles are still talked about whilst their bodies of works had long gone, forgotten.
I remember my mother would ask the hairdresser to give me a twiggy haircut when I was 6 or 7. I know of the twiggy look but not really sure who was Twiggy then, but I do now!!!
In high school I sported the Farrah Fawcett hairstyle. It was the 70s where everyone in tune to Charlie’s Angels.
I became known for my Farrah style throughout third and fourth year high school. I had really straight long hair and the only way it can be given the Farrah treatment was to put my barnet fair* in rollers every time I was not at school. I often slept in my uncomfortable foam rollers at night. During lunch break when everyone would hang out in cool places and have a laugh, I would be running back home to put my hair in rollers.
In London’s East End famous Cockney rhyming slang, hair is called ‘Barnet Fair’* or shortened to ‘Barnet’ by many native Londoners 🙂
But the thing was I would be in a jeepney going back to school after lunch and people would look at me and admire my precious Farrah locks. It was like in the television commercial of a one famous shampoo in the Philippines called “Gee, your hair smells terrific!”. Really that was the name of the shampoo. LOL They would really whisper to each other how beautiful my hair was. The same thing at school. By the way I was also using that shampoo and it was gloriously, deliciously fragrant that my classmates would like giving me a hug to have a sniff at my hair. I was really proud of my beautifully scented bouncy Farrah. When I met some of my schoolmates in Facebook, I just have to say that I was the girl with the Farrah Fawcett hair and they remember me immediately.
History’s Famous Hairstyles
Here are some celebrities and people of history with famous barnet.
Louise Brooke – The roaring 20s flaffer girl
Amy Winehouse’s beehive was iconic, it had a life of its own
Twiggy, her look was copied by the four corners of the Earth
Persis Khambatta in Star Trek was the prettiest baldie
Princess Leia was a dream come true.
Rod, the rodster. Yes, I think you’re sexy!
The youngest, most adorable child. – Shirley Temple
Ozzy, the hair is monumental
Live long and prosper with Mr Spock
Miss Piggy is the classiest porcine in the whole of the universe
The Mary Antoniette hair-do is neck breaking
Justin Bieber was as famous for his songs, singing voice and hairstyle.
Mrs T was famous for her coiffure hair
Blue beehive is so iconic.
Marilyn Monroe has the most iconic platinum blonde hairstyle
The Jackie O was stylist to the max
The Hepburn is a Ccassic look for classy ladies
Ivana Trump is rarely seen without her bee hive.
Betty Boop with kiss curls
The Presley, what can I say.
David Bowie is iconic
Elizasbeth Taylor’s Cleopatra is so famous. Liz made Cleopatra more beautiful that she truly probably was.
Bo’s hairstyle was a 10!!!
Debbie Harry’s well structured hair was copied everywhere
This must be one if not the most popular hairstyle ever.
It is foolish to tear one’s hear in grief, as though sorrow would be made less by baldness.
Hair Loss – The Bald Fact
Male balding also known as androgenic alopecia is more widespread among caucasian men.
Caucasian men lose their locks in direct proportion with their age, thus 30 per cent of men lose their hair at 30, 50 per cent at 50 and 60 per cent at 60.
But men who lose their hair on their head do not necessary mean that they are hairless everywhere else. In fact bald men can be hirsute somewhere else. And this is due to the male hormone DHT (dihydrootestosterone) which has an exfoliating property and as well as stimulate hair growth.