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137 Steps To Flawless Perfection July 15, 2010

Posted by nrhatch in Magick & Mystery, Mindfulness.
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Beauty is only skin deep . . .

Of course, in a superficial society, that encompasses just about everything.

Marketing moguls use images of beautiful people to sell us STUFF ~ clothes, food, alcohol, technology, cars, travel, etc.

Other than the Travelocity Gnome (100% genuine!), how real are these images??? 

And should we aspire to achieve the marketing images we perceive?

Of course!  To attain flawless perfection, just follow these 137 steps:

Who’s responsible for deception in advertising?  

Marketing managers . . . or the consumers who buy into their lures?

Quote:   Although a book with an attractive cover may catch our attention . . . it won’t hold it for long without a compelling story between the covers.

Related posts:  I Need A Thneed * Living Green = Green Living *  Those Alluring Lures * Annie Leonard & The Story of Stuff  * You Better Stop Shopping Around

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1. cindy - July 16, 2010

Yeah, I’m embracing my droop!

nrhatch - July 16, 2010

In my case . . . droops. : )

The first time I saw this video, and realized what an air brush could do . . . I knew what I wanted for my makeup kit! : )

2. therealsharon - July 12, 2011

Wow….great video. Good for people to realize that the “beautiful” people in magazines are airbrushed to look the way they do and have just as many flaws as we do.

nrhatch - July 12, 2011

It’s such a travesty . . . causing young girls to starve themselves to reach ideals that even Cover Girls can’t achieve without a whole stable of assistants.


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