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Your Back-to-School Hair-spiration - theFashionSpot

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A man who treats his woman like a princess is a proof that he has been born and raised in the arms of a queen.

1937 Miss Indian America -- Chickasaw Nation

A Dakota woman held captive at the Fort Snelling concentration camp during the winter of 1862-63. The tragic events of that time led to several decades of conflict between Dakota peoples and the U.S. government, during which time the experience and vision of Tail Feather Woman took place. This photograph is in the collections of the Minnesota Historical Society, which has many photographs of Dakota people taken at the Fort Snelling concentration camp.

Honoring Wiyaka Sinte Win/ Tail Feather Woman and her vision

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Northern Cheyenne mother and child – 1905

Cheyenne Mother Child

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A Ute woman poses outdoors. Date: 1880-1900.

10 Fashion and Beauty Items That Are Older Than You Think | Mental Floss

10 Fashion and Beauty Items That Are Older Than You Think

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Smiling High Society Glamour Portrait by Rolf Armstrong

Smiling High Society Glamour Portrait by Rolf Armstrong

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Olga, 1923, by Pablo Picasso. (Olga Stepanovna Khokhlova, Russian-Ukrainian ballet dancer, more widely known as the first wife of Pablo Picasso and the mother of his son Paulo. Born: 17 June 1891; Deceased: 11 February 1955.)

Olga - Pablo Picasso - WikiPaintings.org

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Photo Manipulated Portraits by Julia Popova

Photo Manipulated Portraits by Julia Popova | Cruzine

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Diane Kruger for Tatler Russia April 2014

Diane Kruger for Tatler Russia April 2014

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Olga Kurylenko, sublime dans le dernier fikm de Terrence Malick, To the Wonder.

Similar to the first photo, the black background in this image makes great shadows that "drown out" portions of her body. This effect definitely makes the photo better to look at and more appealing. The light strikes her hair nicely as well and there are also shadows cast on her hair which looks amazing!

Illustrated by Rudolf Koivu, 1940 H.C. Andersen: The Snow Queen. Rudolf Koivu was Finnish artist, who mainly illustrated fairy tales.