COVERGIRL™, more than likely, is able to successfully market their lip-gloss product in the United States by using common gender stereotypes to show femininity and how those, mainly women, should be presented in today’s society. Target Audience This advertisement appears in the Seventeen magazines, whose readers range in age between thirteen and twenty-five. The visual shows a young, blonde, Caucasian female who is attracting the readers to the COVERGIRL™ product. Placing this sort of ad in the Seventeen magazines is appealing to most young women due to the beautiful celebrity, Taylor Swift, who uses the same product. Also, the colors used, such as the pastel pinks, draws in the reader since they are very feminine colors.
The majority of commercials for beauty supplies or a clothing line include a beautiful, thin young woman modeling the product. As a result, teenage girls start to believe that they have to be a toothpick to be beautiful or model like. However, this was not true in the 50s. The 50s hit sensation Marilyn Monroe was considered one of the most beautiful women in that time period, yet she did not try lose weight. Marilyn Monroe was definitely one of the most influential women of the 20th century because of her views on body image, her unique fashion statements, and her impact on pop culture.
One day Tita tells her mother that Pedro wants to come and ask for her hand, but according to the family tradition she cannot marry because she is the youngest daughter. Mama Elena tells Pedro he can marry Rosaura- one of her older daughters, and Pedro agrees to the arrangement just to be closer to his true love- Tita. Preparing food for the wedding Ti... ... middle of paper ... ...d coloring of certain images. The novel, however, puts much greater emphasis on the imagination and creativity, and on the main character Tita. The novel really makes the reader feel Titas pain and grow with her as she discovers her freedom, whereas the movie failed to achieve this.
After Thumbelina was “born” out of a flower, her mother made her a bed out of a walnut shell. One night a toad stole her. Tiny was brought to the toad’s marsh to marry her son, who was even less appealing. The son was also astonished by her beauty and wanted her as his wife. Worried Thumbelina might escape before the wedding the mother toad trapped her on a water lily.
There are also constant ads on billboards, TV, magazines and in shopping malls of size zero girls in the latest fashion designs. The media can be applauded on its successful campaigns that have made young girls accustomed to striving to live up to the narrow, often uniform standards of what a beautiful girl should look like. Television shows like “Gossip Girl”, “Beverly Hills 90210” and movies like “Mean Girls” bombard young girls the media’s current trend of what is considered beautiful. Even at the tender ages between 3-to-10 years old, young girls are plagued by images in the media. These girls see fairy tale princesses like Disney’s’ (Ariel) The Little Mermaid, (Belle) from Beauty and The Beast, Cinderella and princess (Jasmine) Aladdin.
Those who model for Hustler Magazine live a glamorous lifestyle and are praised for their good looks. They are considered some of the most beautiful women because of their perfect body and beautiful hair. These women make a good living by looking hot and spreading their legs for a camera, then they get to go to extravagant parties with all their beautiful friends. They're glamorous at work and at play; their work is being hot and dressing up in cute clothing or none at all. These women are in a powerful position because they are the top of their field.
Although they have Miley Cyrus, a famous teen star, on the cover portraying a good ideal teen image for younger girls. This celebrity is seen by many young girls as being beautiful and talented. However, on the side of her picture there is a side title that would allow readers to “steal her style” and “her love advise”. Right below that there is a title, in cased by brackets on tricks for kissing that boys will love. On the inside cover there is a brief table of contents that will ... ... middle of paper ... ...is magazine would rise if Seventeen were to have a few pages dedicated to teenage questions.
Jeremy tells China to terminate her pregnancy, but China refuses to see a doctor and lets her pregnancy advance. She ends having her baby in a motel room without any medical assistance; just with Jeremy’s help she delivers her baby. The couple decides to dump the baby in a dumpster, and later they get arrested for their crime. “The Hills as White Elephants,” by Ernest Hemingway, tells a story about a couple who are expecting a baby, but want to have an abortion. The setting of the story takes places at a bar situated across of a train station in Madrid, Spain.
Sally’s father is making her want to leave home by beating her. Sally "said her mother rubs lard on the places were it hurts" (93). There is not enough lard in the world to be able to cure the pain within Sally’s heart. Sally, "met a marshmallow salesman at a school bazaar" (101). Pretty soon " sally got married, she has her house now, her pillowcases and her plates" (101).