Lupita Nyong’o Natural Hairstyle: Short with headband Award winning actress Mexican-Kenyan actress Lupita Nyong’o is outstanding sporting a close-cropped style with a mini bouffant in a gentle headband. She illustrates how short natural hair can be extraordinarily adaptable and stylish. Our favorite thing is the contrast in the texture of her hairstyle, both smooth and wavy, as well as how she uses a simple headband for a sexy hair accessory. Accessorizing your hairstyle can update it, so be on the look out for hair slides, headbands, scarves, flowers and clips that may give your style a little
Figure 1 displays a simplistic background with minimal cover lines and the central focus of a woman who is depicted as being passive and docile. This is evident in the way she shies away from the camera by creating a sophisticated ambience about her. The costuming shows a limited amount of skin, allowing the face to become the focus of the cover. The long sleeves and the high neck collar connotes a conservatism - something which women were expected to follow due to the male perception of an ideal wife. This enforces the targeted audience during the timeframe to use the magazine as the main beauty standard.
The connection of the color yellow to the girls helps to break this barrier. “She held my hand impersonally, as a promise that she’d take care of me in a minute, and gave ear to two girls in twin yellow dresses, who stopped at the foot of the steps,” (Fitzgerald 42). All that Fitzgerald uses to describe the girls is that they are wearing yellow dresses. He does not give any other physical or emotional descriptions of the girls. The two meanings of the color yellow that Fitzgerald uses the girls’ yellow dresses to represent are happiness and caution.
The words have a strong connotation of the woman being innocent and carefree in her nature. Virgin-liberty tells the readers how innocent the woman is and she does not know any wrong in the world and how due to not knowing anything she is free of any bounds therefore can do anything she wishes for or wants. To conclude, Wordsworth portrays the woman’s perfection using various techniques like poetic devices, diction, structure and sound. The poem talks about how the persona sees a woman who he finds angelic and due to that compares her to an illusion. The poem is about his story about getting to know that woman and better and how with every time he gets closer to her he finds out something new about her like her emotions, dominance or nature which keeps adding onto the woman’s perfect perfection in the persona’s mind.
Luca della Robbia 's depiction of the Madonna and Child is in a completing contrasting tone. Instead of heightening the somber and ethereal attributions of Madonna and Child 's story, Luca dells Robbia heightens the purity, the joy, and the love between the pair. The sculpture is done in a higher relief with glazed terra-cotta. The figures are cleaner, more defined, and one two planes. There is the ground and the earth plane which is where the Madonna and child are seated, and then there is the heavenly plane which is where the three angles are located.
She really rejects the gender role stereotypes placed on women’s beauty. Frida rejects marriage stereotypes within her relationship with Diego, as well. She marries him knowing that he would sleep with other women, but is fine with it as long as he stays loyal to her. Frida sleeps with other people while married too. This is seen when she goes to a restaurant with a woman and the woman points out how she is just as good as her husband.
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Candy goes on to say, “ She’s got the eye” and “I think Curley’s married … a tart” the derogatory remark describes Curley’s wife basically as ‘sexually derived’ because Candy is referring to the way she dresses (flaunting her assests) and her behavior such as posture and dialect (flirtatious and seductive). Steinbeck wanted to keep Candy’s descriptive dialogue quite minimal in opinions, and he did this by keeping Candy’s sentences short and factual, this gives a dramatic punctual effect that makes the reader believe and know Candy’s words are trustworthy which eventually leads us to judging her before she had even entered the novella. Furthermore, the introduction of Curley’s wife sparked the real disgust from George because the comments made from Candy were equivalent to the way she behaved, so it triggered tension between the 2