How do the ideals of feminine beauty
• As the ideals of female beauty have changed
"Beauty is in the eye of the beholder". Or, as they say. But is it really? We are all under the influence of fashion, whether we like it or not, but our time "standards of beauty" will definitely affect what we perceive as attractive.
Fitness blogger Cassey Ho noted that the "ideal" body shape that society imposes on women seem to change faster. Insidious nature of fast fashion, where trends come and go in the blink of an eye, so you buy, these rapid changes, leaves women confused, exhausted, and always unhappy. You've done squat to get a firm buttocks? Too late, now you need big hips and narrow waist. To illustrate her point, Cassey decided to show how standards of beauty have changed over the years.
Cassey Ho - fitness trainer, who recently decided to portray the changing nature of beauty standards.
"If I had a" perfect "body throughout history, I would have looked like. Mid 2010's - 2018 - large buttocks, broad hips, a tiny waist and full lips! There is a huge surge in plastic surgery for buttock implants thanks to Instagram models to post their roundness. In the period from 2012 to 2014. The popularity of implants and injections increased by 58%.
Mid-90s - the 2000s - large breasts, flat stomachs and small hips. In 2010, breast augmentation - is the most advanced cosmetic surgery in the United States. This influence of Victoria's Secret Angels. They are tall, thin, and they always have long legs.
The beginning of the 90's - YOU too thin. Etalon look haggard and super skinny - is what dominates the covers of magazines.
1950 - hourglass shape. The proportions of Elizabeth Taylor are ideal. After that, all crave the soft sweetness of Marilyn Monroe. Women advertise pills for weight gain to get better. Playboy magazine and Barbie created in this decade.
1920. Appear boyish, androgynous body and youthful ideals, with small breasts and a straight figure. Unlike "Gibson Girls" in the era of the Victorian era women prefer to hide their curves.
1400-1700 "Italian Renaissance" - a body with a rounded belly, big hips and big breasts. Be fed - a sign of wealth and status. Only the poor are thin.
"Why do we treat our bodies as a fashion? Changes in our bodies are much more dangerous than a change of clothes "
"Stop changing your body for fashion trends. Please treat your body with love and respect, and do not be the standard of beauty. Hug your body, because it's your own perfect body "