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FA Monthly contest - Women's Day

Postby ClaudiaM25 » 03 Mar 2016, 09:15

Hey ladies,

Women's day it's a good opportunity to celebrates women’s achievements and raise awareness of equal rights and opportunities for women around the globe.
What you have to do for this monthly contest is to dress up like a woman who made a difference, who showed that women are not actually as weak as they might be thought.

Prizes:
1st prize: 1 energy pack of 10 energy + 30 emeralds
2nd prize: 1 energy pack of 5 energy + 1 popularity bonus+15%
3rd prize: 1 energy pack of 3 energy + 1 popularity bonus+20/25

Feel free to vote for the outfit you most like, it shows you appreciate other's work.*

End date : 1.04.2016

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Criterias for judging the winners:
- creativity in picking a suitable woman to impersonate
- inspiration in combining the clothing items
- uniqueness
- look per total : clothing + make-up + accessories, etc

*Remember that a person with max number of votes might not be always one of the winners (since a lady with lots of friends might win just because of popularity,not for outfit reasons)

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Re: FA Monthly contest - Women's Day

Postby giyita » 03 Mar 2016, 13:45

Giyita as Frida Kahlo ♥
Frida Kahlo was an incredibly amazing woman. Her life was filled with physical as well as emotional pain. She endured more in her short life than most people will ever have to face. But she endured. She put her emotions into her painting, and as it were, she wore her heart on her canvas. Her work is a rare blend of true emotion, heartbreak, love, and life, as well as death. Most of her paintings were self-portraits. She said, "I paint self-portraits because I am the person I know best. I paint my own reality. The only thing I know is that I paint because I need to, and I paint whatever passes through my head without any other considerations." Her paintings, are very open and honest. They reflect her emotions, the events in her life, changes in her feelings - whether good or bad. She recorded her life in paint. Her imagery and style were very original, dramatic, and courageous. Frida is the only example in the history of art of an artist who tore open her chest and heart to reveal the biological truth of her feelings. The only woman who has expressed in her work an art of the feelings, functions, and creative power of woman. Kahlo was viewed by many as an icon of female creativity.
She is an amazing woman in her own right, for what she has endured, how she persevered, and how she was an inspiration and example of strength.
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At the end of the day, we can endure much more than we think we can. Frida Kahlo

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Re: FA Monthly contest - Women's Day

Postby VaLeRiAn » 03 Mar 2016, 15:43

Lady VaLeRiAn-Club Shangrila
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As queen of ancient Egypt, Cleopatra is one of the most famous female rulers in history.
Her story resonates, too, because of what she represented in such a male-dominated society. In an era when Egypt was roiled by internal and external battles, Cleopatra held the country together and proved to be as powerful a leader as any of her male counterparts.

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Re: FA Monthly contest - Women's Day

Postby malina97 » 03 Mar 2016, 16:56

Lady: Brighitta
Club: Fashionistas
I choose to impersonate Malala, the 18 year-old brave girl who stood up for EDUCATION and was shot by the Taliban. It's an honor to impersonate such a human being that became a global advocate for the millions of girls who were being denied a formal education because of social, economic, legal and political factors. She empowered girls to raise their voices, to unlock their potential and to demand change. Thank you Malala! #girlpride #girlpower
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Re: FA Monthly contest - Women's Day

Postby crazy gu » 03 Mar 2016, 20:42

Crazy Gu as a police woman. Alice Stebbin Wells was the first police woman in the world.
Women in law enforcement agencies have typically been outnumbered by men. The first policewoman in Germany was recruited in 1903, the first in the USA appeared in 1910 and the first in England just a few years later. Since that time many law enforcement agencies have sought to reduce discrimination and increase the numbers of women working in this sector.Discrimination and problems towards women in law enforcement happened in world.

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This is modern police woman.

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Re: FA Monthly contest - Women's Day

Postby carlita16 » 03 Mar 2016, 21:26

MADAME MARIE CURIE
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Madame Marie Curie was a physicist and a chemist who conducted pioneering research on radioactivity. She was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize, and the first person and only woman to win twice. Cooperating with her husband, Pierre Curie, she discovered two new elements: Polonim (Po) and Radium (Ra).

Since the beginning, women in science were mostly ignored or understated, no matter how important their studies were. Luckily, though it took a long, long time, it was shown than women are as capable and intelligent as men. Thanks to strong-willed women like Madame Curie our actions won't be unnoticed anymore!
Lady: Carlita
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Re: FA Monthly contest - Women's Day

Postby NananiniStcyr » 03 Mar 2016, 21:53

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May the Lord Bless us womans

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Re: FA Monthly contest - Women's Day

Postby NananiniStcyr » 03 Mar 2016, 21:53

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May the Lord Bless us womans

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Re: FA Monthly contest - Women's Day

Postby donnajdya » 03 Mar 2016, 22:02

LP Name: Donnajdya


Mother Teresa
Formally known as Blessed Teresa of Calcutta, M.C., was a Catholic nun who lived a life committed to helping others. Among her many accomplishments were building a hospice center, as well as centers for blind and disabled people. She also established a leper colony.
She also founded the Missionaries of Charity, which was dedicated to alleviate the suffering of the poor.
She is an inspiring individual who showed immense compassion to humanity.

"Not all of us can do great things. But we can do small things with great LOVE" - Mother Teresa

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Re: FA Monthly contest - Women's Day

Postby melissa0709 » 03 Mar 2016, 22:51

Hello everybody.

For me the Womans day is one of the days in the year I really dont like. Not because of the holiday.. just because of an personal experience which I had last year.. My grandma which was more like my Mother died on the 6th March and she was buried on the womans day.. Well, actually a perfect day for my Grandma because she was totally for the emancipation and for the women rights.. but for me it reminds me on that terrible day which I had last year :(

Im sure many ladies will dress their ladies with this Style, because its one of the Looks which you get in the Event ''Womans day'' - but how I would dress myself at this day, would be a dark black messy and full cried look.. so thats why I didnt tried to dress my Lady like myself lol.
Ive choosed this look from the Event because with it my Lady looks more independent. More powerful. And really beautiful :)
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