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Friends, this is a very beautiful and cute braids hairstyle for girls and women. This hairstyle is best suited for long hair, medium long hair and also medium hair. You can style it for party, weddings, wedding party, receptions, reception party and other events and functions. This hairstyle will look very nice on blonde hair, deep brown hair as well as black hair. If you are a tall girl with long hair you will look awesome. This hairstyle you can wear with saree, long skirts, gowns, lehenga and choli,etc.


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  1. D.ashish

    July 19, 2019 at 6:09 am

    Oh no, where is cutyyy…… Why did you used doll…?

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Social media’s fictional beauty standards




Michelle Ledesma, Staff Writer

Growing up in an immigrant household, there are a lot of things you must rapidly understand from a very young age. How you must be more diligent, how you must be secretive, how things can change at any time, and how you must always be prepared for if they do.

My Mexican parents have always promised to keep their culture alive. They embody the word tradiciones, traditions. Out of all the things we kept hidden, our culture was never one of them.

“Please stand up and state your first and last name,” was the first thing to be requested of me on the first day of sixth grade.

“My name is Jeanette Michelle Ledesma Ceron.” I stood as straight up as I could, prepared to answer any following question.

“Why is your name so long?” I would often be asked, and I always paused for before answering.

“Because you get both your parents’ last names in Mexico, where I’m from.” 

That answer that usually lead to even more questions.

I accounted for one of the three Latinx students in that grade. The three of us eagerly became friends. While I was the only undocumented one amongst us, we still related on many cultural aspects. Introducing each other to our families and mutually getting scolded by one of our parents during our after-school hangouts, “We speak Spanish in this house!”

That same year, Facebook became the popular way of sharing thoughts, pictures and messages. The perfect way to procrastinate my homework. All of my free hours being spent inboxing my friends and scrolling through fashion pictures – pictures that featured many models, none of whom ever looked like me.

As an 11-year-old can, I aspired. I aspired to look more like them. Desiring green-blue eyes enough to convince myself that staring at the sun would eventually color bleach the dark brown color in mine. The thin, flowy, blond hair my mom always reminded me would never match my eyebrows. I began to dislike the things I didn’t match. One of them being my culture.

Facebook and YouTube were the two biggest forms of social media at the time. You could have your own personal account for both of them.

They required you to state your name, last name, age, and email. They theoretically could’ve had a section in the terms and agreements where they warn about the turbulence your mental health might endure, but I guess nobody ever reads those anyway.

Many more outlets have been created since Facebook, each of them seemingly more toxic and addicting than the previous.

After years of growth and the practice of self-love, I regained confidence and the appreciation for my culture.

Social media has now become something I use specifically to draw inspiration from.

Usually an idea for a recipe or a painting. However, the lack of diversity and representation in movies, TV shows, and social media is something that feeds into the Eurocentric beauty standards.

This makes it an even more harmful vent for people of color, but specifically children, who tend to be more susceptible to opinions and trends.


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Why Saie Beauty’s Founder Decided to Launch a Clean Makeup Brand




Courtesy: Laney Crowell

We’re spilling the beau-tea!

It’s no secret that clean beauty has taken over the cosmetics industry in the last few years. From moisturizers to mascaras and masks, there’s something on the market for everyone.

And while the science behind clean beauty is still up-in-the-air, many makeup and skincare devotees credit cleaner ingredients for helping to perfect their skin.

That’s what Laney Crowell, the founder and CEO of Saie Beauty, noticed when she decided to change up her beauty routine.

She tells E! News that her “skin and health got so much better” after she started using “non-toxic products” on a daily basis.

But despite her switch into clean beauty, the business mogul realized that there weren’t many options in the makeup department. So she decided to create her own cosmetics company, which offers an array of goodies with good-for-your-skin ingredients.

For the brand’s latest collection, makeup enthusiasts can shop brow pomades, lip balms, a mascara and more.

To read more about the beauty mogul and her brand, read our interview with Laney, below!

E! News: What inspired you to move into the clean beauty space?

Laney Crowell: Initially, I got interested in clean beauty because I worked at one of the biggest beauty brands in the world, and I saw first-hand all of the waste and toxins that go into producing and making makeup. Then, as I started using non-toxic products, my skin and health got so much better. I realized that just like with food, the cleaner you go, the better you feel. At that point, there was no turning back. I started my blog The Moment and every clean brand sent me their products to review. I was sent so much skincare, bath care, haircare, and body care, but very little makeup. This was when I saw the opportunity.

E! News: What do you think is the most common misconception about clean beauty?

LC: That it doesn’t work.

E! News: What’s your favorite part of your new collection, and why? 

LC: Our launch collection is super curated and I use each one of our products every single day. I don’t know if I can choose a favorite since they are the best on the market. If I had to choose, it would be a tie between Mascara 101 and Liquid Lip Balm. Our mascara creates the most beautiful Jane Birkin-esque lashes and doesn’t move all day. It’s a miracle product. Our Liquid Lip Balm just won Elle‘s Future of Beauty Award. People are obsessed with it. Personally, I apply it probably 10 times a day.

E! News: Who is your line catered to and meant for?

LC: Our line was created for the person who doesn’t want to compromise. They want beauty that is good for them, products that perform and chic packaging that looks good in their makeup bag.

This interview has been condensed and edited for clarity.


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