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  1. Arashitaxe says:
    Sep 16,  · The Egyptian queen Nefertiti’s name meant “the beautiful one has come”—and she lived up to it. She was so beautiful that, in the early 20th century, a statue of her face caused an international sensation. More than 3, years after she died, her looks were still front-page news. And no wonder. She put no small amount of work into.
  2. Samurg says:
    Jan 25,  · 21st Century The Asian obsession with skin-lightening reaches the West: Creams are packed with melanin-inhibitors such as kojic acid, and dermatologists blast .
  3. Dougis says:
    Women in Egyptian art are often depicted with slim, high waists, and narrow hips. Dark black hair, possibly even with a bluish tinge, and golden or “bright” skin for women were considered ideal.
  4. Tukora says:
    May 02,  · The Greeks were defining beauty literarily, thanks to 8th-7th Century BC author Hesiod, who "described the first created woman simply as kalon kakon, [which meant] 'the beautiful-evil thing'.She was evil because she was beautiful, and beautiful because she was evil." Being a hot guy back then? Lucky!
  5. JoJolar says:
    10 Most beautiful women in history. When people think about beautiful women in history, they generally think about icons like Marylyn Monroe. What is often over overlooked, though, is that some of the women who are well-known for their extraordinary achievements were beautiful too.
  6. Daiktilar says:
    Beauty was once very much a part of the American dialogue and tradition. It animated the paintings of the Hudson River school, the urban parks of Frederick Law Olmsted, the Country Life vision of Liberty Hyde Bailey, the City Beautiful Movement and the urban dreams of Jane Addams, Lewis Mumford and Jane Jacobs, the presidential actions of Teddy Roosevelt and the passion of John Muir.
  7. Fautaxe says:
    For instance, in the Western world today a beautiful woman is best defined as being sickly thin and big breasted, whereas the past history of beauty in the West used to be women of kin and girth. Today if a woman is obese, her chances of finding an attractive mate decrease substantially.
  8. Vurr says:
    Apr 12,  · 19th century: The Age of the Corset. This is when the 18 inch waist was all the rage. Harper’s Bazaar was a fashion magazine that was first publicized in The magazine’s focus was on “.the useful with the beautiful, and aiming to include every thing that will be interesting to the family intended largely for ladies, it will devote a considerable space to the.
  9. Muzragore says:
    Oct 28,  · Public Domain. Courtesy of Wikipedia.. Bathsheba may or may not have been beautiful, but she was seductive enough to capture the attention of David, King of the Hebrew people during the United Monarchy (c. – BCE).. King David levies his covetous death blow in an ultimate act of betrayal to his faithful servant and soldier, Bathsheba's husband Uriah in II Samuel

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