Brazil: Vivaciously Alluring

 

Adriana Lima - Brazilian ModelBrazil – The land of Carnivals, color, music, and vitality is, without doubt, home to some of the most gorgeous women in the world. Blessed with lustrous hair, dark eyes and skin the color of honey, Brazilian Ladies are the envy of women all around the world. Being naturally beautiful and desirable, these women continue to shatter all records of winning the ‘Sexiest Women’ polls year after year. Countless men confess that there’s no woman as the Brazilian woman. They are exotic, physically fit, body confident; they laugh a lot, love a lot more and choose to celebrate life every day. And since this is not elaborate enough, let me give you the top 9 reasons to what makes Brazilians irresistible.

BRAZILIANS ARE EXOTIC

When you talk of exotic women you think of Brazilian women. The country’s racial mixing throughout the year produces a population of the best traits of each ethnicity: Portuguese, German, Italian, Ukrainian native Brazilian and Polish. Erotic features and voluptuous good looks make them sexually appealing. These women are at their exotic best at carnivals, dressed in colors, vibrancy, and feathers, dancing flamboyantly with grace and galore.

MELANIN RICH: BRONZE SKIN

According to a census, 53% of Brazilians identify themselves as black or mixed. Brazilian women are dark-skinned and are thus considered to be highly enigmatic.

CURVY BODIES

Brazilian women are blessed with the perfect hour-glass shape. Being genetically gifted with a round big booty, bigger breasts, toned sculpt, the body reflects nice curves in the waist, legs, and, of course, on the butt!

WARM WEATHER: BRAZIL BEACH BIKINI

In contrast to many other countries where the cold weather makes people dull, homely and sweatered, Brazil’s sunny weather makes people expose their body more often. Dressed in short, skimpy dresses, both men and women stay occupied throughout the year, working hard to maintain their peachy asses for that perfect beach look.

THEY WORK HARD TO STAY FIT

Squat until you puke:  All for bikini

The Brazilian socialization is such that it makes men and women obsessed with the idea of having a great, toned body. They thus work hard to look appealing. It’s important to have a sexy body in Brazil and since most of them have it all naturally, they keep working on it to raise the bar. Brisk walking, gyming, high-intensity training, weight training exercise constitute the routine of an average Brazilian.

FASHION SENSE: STYLISH WITH ADEQUATE MAKEUP

Although Brazilians are fashionable, they are extremely wary of not making things look gaudy or overdone. Although Brazilian women like makeup, they do not bury themselves under piles of cosmetics, making for a more natural look. The same goes for hair styling, windblown, messy hair-dos make for these vivacious beauties. It is for their love of fresher and younger look that Brazilians are cautious of dressing sexy and trendy but not slutty except for the carnival times of course.

FEMININE APPEARANCE

Online polls repetitively suggest that Brazilian women are considered the most feminine. This drives men crazy. 90% of Brazilian women wear their hair long and invest highly into making themselves look better with beauty treatments, makeup sessions, long hair, heels. They relish their ability to make themselves look better.

SMILE AND ATTITUDE

A chic that smiles constantly is already a winner. Brazilians’ attitude towards others and life, in general, adds glitter to their golden charm. These people are friendly, warm, approachable, modest, considerate, ambitious, passionate and what not.

ZEST FOR LIFE

Brazilians are party animals. Their whole life is a carnival. They don’t really need an occasion to celebrate life. Carnivals are just another way to offer to the world outside a look at what goes into making the Brazilian lifestyle throughout the year. Their dance at the streets, the grace, the vigor, the vibrancy is not just extremely appealing but also contagious.

Brazil owns the credit of giving to the fashion industry some of the most exquisite models. No runway is complete without a Brazilian model. You cannot help but gawk at these uniquely gorgeous men and women while flipping through fashion magazines. The list is too long but since I have to name a few, Adriana lima, Alessandra Ambrosio, Ana Beatriz Baros, Izabel Goulart, Marlon Teixeira, Evandro Soldati, Gui Fedrizzi, Romulo Pires are some of the most exotic Brazilian beauties and dappers that have made it high in the modeling industry.

However, all was well until recently when the Brazilian modeling industry pulled media furor for its practice of racist policies in promoting top models. The fact that more than half of the country’s population is filed under the black/mixed-raced black category, yet the industry is ruled by the white-skins speaks volumes of the industry’s hypocrisy. And although models of color have seen a pattern of racist partiality, things do appear to be changing, with Vogue Brasil featuring Naomi Campbell and Jourdan Dunn on its magazine’s cover page and further with Valentina Sampaio, the 20-year-old Brazilian model creating history as the first transgender model on the cover of any edition of Vogue. With such path-breaking achievements, it won’t be presumptuous to assume that this Brazlian industry is marching towards greater acceptance for the greatest good of embracing models of varied shape, size, color and sexual orientation. “This is without a doubt a game changer and it reflects a new era,” said Jorge Grimberg, a Brazilian fashion correspondent for Vogue US and Business of Fashion. Though the reality for most trans women in Brazil if far from Sampaio’s, her conquest of the fashion’s most honorable position is seen both as a milestone and the mark of a new normal for transgender people in her industry. The fashion industry is an instrument to raise flags promoting diversity, where things are more fluid and beauty evolves. Fashion is a world that’s freer- as beautifully quoted by Emmanuelle Alt, the editor-in-chief of Vogue Paris.

Things are changing…for the better, I say.

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