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"Beautiful bitches are not interesting to anyone": what Anna Khilkevich's show for girls is about
"Beautiful bitches are not interesting to anyone": what Anna Khilkevich's show for girls is about
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In childhood, many of us were not satisfied with our own appearance and were tormented by all sorts of complexes. A rare girl did not compare herself, if not with stars and models, then at least with her girlfriends. Actress Khilkevich launched the show "Trust me, friend", in which she reflects on what beauty is and how to gain self-confidence. The format is as unexpected as possible.

"Beautiful bitches are not interesting to anyone": what Anna Khilkevich's show for girls is about

The theme of the first issue is “I think I'm ugly”. Anna leads the show from a studio equipped as a nursery for a girl. She is wearing pink pajamas, next to (on the bed) a teddy bear. The room itself is pink too. Stop! Well yes, this is a show for teenage girls. The actress seems to be reviving magazines for schoolchildren from the early 2000s. Only now - in the video version.

Don't be too hard on yourself

Shot from the show's splash screen

Shot from the screensaver of the show "Trust me, friend"

To begin with, the presenter invites young ladies to think carefully before calling themselves ugly. “Are you too hard on yourself? After all, each person has his own shortcomings. But at the same time, everyone has merits,”Anna Khilkevich says to the audience.

Anna Khilkevich leads the show for girls

Anna Khilkevich leads the show as a teenage girl

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Emma Watson and other stars who are not spoiled by their "imperfections"

For many, Emma Watson is an example to follow: a self-made woman, an actress entered in the Guinness Book of Records. She could definitely be called ideal, if not for the stoop, which kind of reminds us that she is just as simple a person as we are. It even seems to us that there is something in it!

If you do not see the merits in yourself, she suggests asking your friends what they like about you, and be sure to write down everything they say on a piece of paper. Anna is sure that every unsure girl will have a long list!

Don't compare yourself to others

In his show, Khilkevich makes sketches that claim to be humorous. So, she plays several roles at once: a teacher and a student, a strict woman-expert, and others. The teacher asks the schoolgirl what beauty is. The schoolgirl turns to the explanatory dictionary of Ozhegov and answers that "beauty is all that is beautiful that gives us aesthetic and moral pleasure."

“What gives you pleasure? the teacher asks. "Well, I don’t know, me - chips!" - a high school student laughs and starts eating chips.

Anna Khilkevich show

Anna plays several roles at once in her show "Trust me, friend"

Further, young spectators are offered an educational program on the definition of beauty. Anna assures: if you do not consider yourself beautiful, it is only because you want to be like girls from Instagram or movies. That is, you yourself create a certain ideal for yourself, and then you get upset that your appearance does not correspond to it. “But being different from someone else does not make you ugly. Someone else looks at you and thinks: damn it, why am I not as beautiful as she is?”- says the presenter. Well, it's hard to disagree with this. Most of the harmful complexes are laid down precisely in adolescence. And the theme of beauty is another trigger for a fragile child's psyche.

Khilkevich, in the guise of a strict expert, even cites such a term as "lookism" (you haven't heard of it? But it exists!). This is discrimination in appearance that does not meet the standards of beauty accepted in society. Quite a dangerous phenomenon for self-esteem and mental health, you must agree.

Porcelain leather, huge discs in the lips and other references

Khilkevich tells and shows what canons of beauty exist among different peoples and tribes. If the standard of Western beauty is a tall, slender and tanned girl, then Asian chic is ideal, preferably porcelain skin (however, harmony is also required).For beauty, girls of the Ethiopian tribe Mursi stretch their lower lip with huge wooden or ceramic discs. And the women of the Thai Kaya tribe are considered beautiful if they have a long neck. To comply with these canons, they wear many heavy metal rings on it. Well, the concepts of beauty are really different for everyone.

Asian beauty

Asian beauty

Girls from the Thai tribe Kaya

Girls from the Kaya Thai tribe wear metal rings around their necks to make them longer. They consider it beautiful.

Ethiopian women of the Mursi tribe

Women of the Ethiopian Mursi tribe insert a huge disk into their lips. This is their canon of beauty

And fashion trends and aesthetics of beauty and body are constantly changing. Here Anna the teacher tells Anya the student how the understanding of beauty was different in the twentieth century, starting in the 1920s. At the same time, the student continues to eat chips.

Anna, a strict expert, explains to the spectators what conventional beauty is. This is the type of appearance that arises in the head of the average person with the word "beautiful" in a certain period of time under the influence of all sorts of social and cultural factors. But, the expert reminds, the average person is not at all an indicator of aesthetics. And the very definition of what is beautiful and fashionable and what is not is constantly changing.

Victoria Beckham and Emma Watson also underestimated themselves (and in vain!)

Scientists have proven that confidence in one's own attractiveness significantly expands a person's capabilities, another alter ego of Anna Khilkevich tells us. She offers to evaluate her appearance without regard to the opinions of others. The success of a person is influenced not by his real physical attractiveness, but by how he perceives himself. Well, you can't argue!

Shot from the show of Anna Khilkevich

Shot from the show of Anna Khilkevich

Victoria Beckham was unhappy with her smile, which is why she has so few photos in which she smiles. Emma Watson considered her teenage type a disadvantage, and Lily Collins plucked her thick eyebrows as a child (so that she could grow it later). It turns out that even such a recognized beauty as Irina Shayk was bullied in her youth because of her dark skin and full lips, and it is for this (including) that she is adored today all over the world!

Victoria Beckham

So this is why Victoria Beckham poses more often with a neutral expression.

Irina Shayk

Irina Shayk has long conquered the world with her beauty, but she also had complexes. Unbelievable but true

In general, the presenter advises not to pay attention to who and what thinks of you. Anna explains that there is competition among girls, so they can write you ugly in order to score points for themselves. Girls are cunning, be careful!

Here, of course, a double feeling arises: what about sisterhood and women's solidarity, about which so much is being said now?

Barbra Streisand

Barbra Streisand made her nose her thing

Vanessa Paradis

And Vanessa Paradis did not remove her famous gap between her teeth.

Barbra Streisand did not change her nose, and Vanessa Paradis made the gap between her teeth her highlight. Anna Khilkevich admits that she herself did not like her small stature and freckles, but then she changed her mind about herself. She advises you to make your features a feature too. The idea is reasonable!

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder or meets by dress

The moral of the issue has collected all the most famous proverbs and sayings. High self-esteem is great, but you always need to look an A. The teacher advises the schoolgirl to always be neat, to think what the clothes say about her, and most importantly, to be a good and kind person. Because "beautiful bitches can interest only for a while, and a kind person attracts sympathy for a long time." Inner beauty is more important!

We can say that Anna has taken on a new and responsible mission - to support and educate the younger generation of girls and women. Yes, the format of the show is peculiar, but it's a good thing!

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