Kim Kardashian Lasered All Her Baby Hairs, Including Her Neck

April 8, 2016 in Kim Kardashian by Versus34 Comments »

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The full story from People:

Looking back at photos of Kim Kardashian during her days as Paris Hilton’s sidekick is basically the equivalent to looking back at her baby photos — her appearance has changed drastically over the years. But one of the most talked about changes that has taken place on her road to Mrs. West? Every rogue hair has simply vanished from her face and neck — and she wants you to know that life isn’t necessarily better without them.

“I lasered my baby hairs off years ago, because my forehead had all these little baby hairs, and I would always break out because of them,” the star wrote in a post on her website.

But with her dermatologists on speed dial, her hairline certainly wasn’t the only thing she altered. “I also lasered my neck because I had such a hairy neck,” she adds, noting that her unwanted strands would have been removed digitally anyway. “Every photographer would photoshop them out anyway, and I thought I looked better without the baby hairs, but now I miss them. I think they look youthful!”

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Who’s Wearing This Outfit?

April 8, 2016 in Take a Guess! by Versus15 Comments »

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Feminist Emily Ratajkowski on Nude Photos: “There’s an ownership and empowerment through them”

April 7, 2016 in Emily Ratajkowski by Versus50 Comments »

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On the fact that she’s a feminist:

We’re existing in a patriarchal society, yes, and the standards of beauty are a response to that. That doesn’t mean I need to act outside of it, I can act within it to make a point. For example, I wear makeup but that doesn’t mean I’m not a feminist. I may wear make-up that enhances my features (and) that plays into the standard of beauty that has been set up by a patriarchal society but I’m living within it. I’m not wearing the makeup to please men, I’m wearing it to please myself. I also am not growing out my armpit hair in protest of patriarchy. I wear a bra. Those are things that I don’t feel I need to reject to make a statement about my sexuality.

On her nude Instagram photos:

My response to people saying I post oversexualised images is that it’s my choice and there’s an ownership and empowerment through them. When I take nude photographs, I’m not there for the boys. It’s about owning my sexuality and celebrating it. And it’s my choice and there has to be room for that in our culture and in our world.

… said Emily in an interview with WWD.

 

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Knock, Knock! Who’s There?

April 7, 2016 in Take a Guess! by Versus11 Comments »

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Kerry Washington Upset with AdWeek’s Photoshopped Cover

April 7, 2016 in Photoshop Job by Versus12 Comments »

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On the fact that she was photoshopped beyond recognition on AdWeek’s cover:

“I’m no stranger to Photoshopping. It happens a lot. In a way, we have become a society of picture adjusters – who doesn’t love a filter?!? And I don’t always take these adjustments to task but I have had the opportunity to address the impact of my altered image in the past and I think it’s a valuable conversation. It felt strange to look at a picture of myself that is so different from what I look like when I look in the mirror. It’s an unfortunate feeling.”

… says Kerry.

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