Makeup history- Doe Deere

Makeup has been around for many years and has been there for many women and men (if they choose) when they need and when they don’t. It has been something generation after another can adore because it allows people to become creative and really find their artistic streak in themselves. Apart from this, makeup can be an ego booster, and it brings people together.

To start out, make up allows one to show their artistic side of them. For instance, some people enjoy being bold with their colors because they feel this speaks volumes and allows them to stand out. Gothic individuals or even high fashionistas can relate to this because their entire world consists of the “bigger the better” or the “bolder the beautiful.” With this in mind, they want to ensure that they use deeper tones that force them to stand out and demonstrate confidence. There is no right or wrong with this style and I believe this is one reason why people enjoy playing with makeup.

Because there is so much freedom with using makeup, it brings people together that are from all different backgrounds. A young woman who is on the rise who is known as Doe Deere has made her mark in the beauty industry because of it. She has always had a creative and artsy side to her, and the day she realized young girls would admire her for launching a makeup line, things were history. The fascination of wearing makeup and looking beautiful all the time holds a special place in every girl’s heart by the time they hit the tender age of 16. In this day in age, it made things easier to reach out girls her age and younger because of the internet. Doe Deere was able to reach out to girls her age and get a better understanding of their needs.

Some girls enjoy the glitter and some girls prefer a more natural look. Ultimately, they all have the same goal in mind and that is to make their inner beauty shine brighter than before. Feeling comfortable with yourself enable girls to let down their walls and build strong bonds with one another. This can be hard to do sometimes, but because makeup is something every girl enjoys, they are able to support each rather than judge one another.

In the end, makeup instills a positive message among women. There is nothing wrong with being yourself. It is not mandatory to wear makeup, but when you do wear it, it doesn’t mean you are hiding behind it. It means that you are comfortable in your own skin and want to embrace your creative side with no regrets.

Evolution Of Brazilian Literature And Authors

Brazilian authors have put together variegated influences from the country’s rich mixture of cultures, races and religious traditions to help mold a national identity in the literary world. The evolution of the literature can mostly be associated with the digital revolution. As opposed to back in the days where literary work was dispersed through chronicles in manuscripts, a digital platform has been created through which publications can be aired online to reach a wider audience. Since the Brazilians have used the Portuguese language for some time now, they’re currently adopting programs and systems that translate their work to any desired language to reach the targeted audiences.

An emergence of new trends has been witnessed since the 1980s in some Brazilian authors like Bernardo Carvalho, Joao Gilberto, and Milton Hatoum among many others. Other great poets have powerfully emerged like Ferreira Gullar, who at one time got nominated for the Nobel Prize. Brazil has seen several enthusiastic attempts at making literature an integral part of the society and to shed light on those marginalized from the literary society. Events such as fairs have been established like Sao Paulo Book Biennial that encompasses the largest number of authors among other fairs.

One of the pioneers of the Brazilian literature is Jaime Garcia Dias with a publishing count of over 20 books in the fiction genre. His most recent work won the ABC Award of Brazil Literature Prize. His father, Arnaldo Dias, is his mentor, and he acknowledges him for his passion for literature. In his career as a teacher, he worked at Carioca Literature Academy where he rose among ranks to vice president and eventually the president, attributed to his innovative strategies to successfully teach literary work in the academy. His breakthrough earned him accolades and saw him work with young authors to help them reach where he was.

TuTube tells that Brazilian authors have also unearthed the city life through the Contemporary Brazilian Literature to address issues such as political affairs, violence and crime and media control. These have been explicitly aired out by writers such as Reuben Fonseca and Sergio Sant’Anna, which have been warmly received by the Brazilian audience. Adriana Lisboa, on the contrary, writes about the diverse culture and is driven to get in touch with her roots and origin, and to understand her native country’s history and politics. She is a realist writer and among the aggressively upcoming writers, her latest piece of work being Crow Blue published in 2014.

Granta, a renowned literary magazine has selected over 20 young writers aged fewer than forty as the most promising authors of during the International Literary Festival of Paraty (FLIP) for the first time in Brazil. Some of the writer nominees were Beartz Bracher, Benjamin Moser, and Christovao Tezza just to mention a few. This shows that Brazil, besides other social aspects like football and cultural fairs, is also undoubtedly developing in the field of literature