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Beauty Is More Than Skin Deep

| Mar 5, 2018 | Reply

Our Fashion Maven Tasi Zuriack veers aways, somewhat, from fashion in today’s post and takes a look at beauty and what women strive for in creating their “look.” We may see women we feel are over painted or gaudily attired but they did their makeup that way or chose those clothes for a reason. Perhaps one that they’re not even consciously aware of. Tasi writes about how makeup artist Ellen Malone approaches makeovers on folks who have a fixed idea of what is attractive when it isn’t. Tasi and Ms. Malone remind us that Beauty is More Than Skin Deep.

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The Authenticity of the Sloven Beast

| Sep 19, 2016 | Reply

Today The Artist D looks at the price of fashion and beauty. Not how much it costs in dollars to look fabulous. She’s talking about the work you need to do in order to walk out that door drop-dead gorgeous. So many people seem to think that it’s okay to go out in flip flops and a torn t-shirt. The Artist D believes that it happened because people wanted to be “authentic.” They don’t want artifice to obscure who they really are. Then someone had to go to the supermarket in pajama pants and it’s been down hill from there.

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Retro Rerun: 20 Ways to Look More Beautiful

| Jul 4, 2016 | 1 Reply

Today’s Retro Rerun is from the early days of TGForum. The late Roberta Angela Dee did a series of articles on learning several feminine skills. Today we bring back her “Twenty Ways to Look More Beautiful,” first published in July of 1997. Ms. Dee passed away in 2003.

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Lotions and Potions, Unguents and Ointments

| Jun 22, 2015 | Reply

Cate O’Malley is appalled at the amount of lotions, unguents, creams, and ointments she has accumulated in her bathroom cabinet. If she adds any more skin creams she will have to rent a storage unit. It’s forced her to ask herself if perhaps she has been conned by the skin cream industry.

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The “IZE” Have It

| Feb 17, 2014 | 1 Reply

Nikki Nicole joins us with a commentary on how we girls are always “izing.” As in moisturizing, accessorizing, and making attempts at minimizing. Does it make us slaves to the industries that have been built selling beauty products and fashion fripperies? Or does the care that we take succeed in maximizing our realness and legitimizing us as women? See what Nikki has to say.

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Walking the Grooming Tightrope

| May 20, 2013

The 21st century is our time. Mens’ grooming in general is trending more to the use of traditionally feminine things like hair removal, skin lotions and makeup. That can only make things easier for the modern part time girl. Angela Gardner muses on the relaxing rules that make it easier to move between genders.

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Baby Ugly

| Mar 11, 2013 | Reply

Don’t ask The Artist D what’s the “in” look is for this season. She doesn’t give a damn. She has her own style and it just comes naturally without any adherence to fashion rules or attention to fashion does and don’ts. How about freakish looking surgical enhancements? She has an opinion on that too. Find out in “Baby Ugly.”

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