So many high fashion models, actresses, and icons have that beautiful, gap toothed grin. Georgia May Jagger, the daughter of the infamous Rolling Stone, Vanessa Paradis, the French acress/singer/musician, Anna Paquin of True Blood, and who could possibly forget the incredible and iconic Madonna? Madonna All of these women have embraced what some may call flaws, and their confidence and grace about their natural grin have made the public love them, and even caused others to accept themselves for who they are, whether it be tooth related or not.
Georgia May Jagger Coming into certain magazines occasionally, are curvier women, once proclaimed ”flawed” women, and women that don’t have looks that are impossible to obtain. The new breed of models, regardless of flaws or size, are really important to young women.
Vanessa Paradis Not only are we marketed to constantly, but that marketing is one of the many reasons women become insecure with the things that make them interesting, or beautiful. The new flock of women standing up for their natural look, including Lady Gaga and her oh so shocking weight gain, (yes, I’m being sarcatic), are really fighting for women to have the right to love themselves. Although some internet articles are criticizing the smiles, bodies, and general appearance of many female celebrities, men seem to go untouched. Let’s just accept and support each other instead of further spreading anger, low self esteem, and rejection of confidence. Yes, these women are beautiful to being with, but who is to say that we are not beautiful too?