”Donna Moderna”,an italian magazine published an article about the imperfection. In this article imperfection is defined as the beauty nonsense. In this article the theme of imperfection is close to fashion trends. As far as hair,if in one hand there is the trend to be precise,on the other hand,there is the trend to be uncombed. As far as make-up trends, on one hand there is the trends to be very pefect and precise,on the other hand,lof of women prefer to be shade.
So in this article there is a question:Where is imperfection? What is imperfection?.
In this article the fashion model Daphne Groeneveld is considered the imperfection’s example.
“Wrinkles? Don’t hide them. It took me a whole life to have them.” Anna Magnani
Wrinkles are often seen by women as the fist enemy, the first expression of advancing age, the first alarm bell to fight against. So advertisings bombard us with advices and beauty secrets that could reduce them and return to us a perfect skin. In total contrast whit this too common obsession, there is someone who recognizes the fair value to the first wrinkle that grows. A wrinkle is a perfect mark of the passage of time, the result of a fully lived life, the crack through which see a long history. In this view it becomes almost a pleasure to show, something to wear with pride.
We are used to see these celebrities posing on the covers of the most important magazines from all over the world. As we see this show of perfect beauty, we would think that they spend the whole day acting in tv shows and working out in gym.
They are the image of “perfection” for young girls and women.
But lately seems like they want to destroy this halo of perfection by publishing variety of photos in which they show off what they actually do during their free time. What surprises the most is that for the first time ever these girls don’t wear any make up! By sharing their private photos on social networks like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram , they are becoming closer and closer to their fans thanks to the more familiar contact with the so called “followers”.
Is that a pursuit for imperfection or a trick to receive the assent from imperfect/normal girls?
You are used to see them on the runways or on your favorite glossies, but how do they look without makeup at the beginning of the career ?
I would say prettier and innocent. Casting director Douglas Perrett of COACD released a book called Wild Things in which he unveiled Polaroid pictures from 2000 to 2010 of future models at their first castings.