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ROCK THE RED

Gypsy Luster

In honor of Women’s History month we thought we would discuss one of the easiest and most statement-making beauty transformations…wearing lipstick.   What better way to make a statement than the timeless crimson red?  Women have been wearing red lipstick for centuries and throughout the times red lipstick has spoken many languages.  In the 1920’s flapper girls dared to push the envelope!!  They sported the red shade to symbolize their independence and utra-feminine spirit.  In the 1930’s and 40’s this trend was quickly attributed to sex and prostitution and signified adult sexuality and womanhood.  Teen girls were discouraged from wearing it.  It wasn’t until the 1950’s that actresses like Marilyn Monroe and Elizabeth Taylor brought back the dark red lips on the silver screen.  The rouge finally represented a more glamourous and accepted impression.  Thanks to all the women, past and present, that have had the bold confidence to be…

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MANON KUBLER. PERIODISTA , ESCRITORA EN RETIRADA. A LA SAGA DE UNA NUEVA CRONICA. PREPARO MIS BALAS. EXPULSO MIS FUEGOS. AFINO MIS LLAGAS. AVANZO. ME DEMORO. VUELVO A AVANZAR. BUSCO ESTOMAGOS QUE SUJETEN TOXICOS Y EXTREMOS. AQUI ESTOY, A LA SAGA, VIVIA Y SOBREVIVIDA PARA LA ALEGRIA DE POCOS, SALUD MANON

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