Millennials, How Beauty Shapes Us

Millennials, How Beauty Shapes Us

Top of Mind with Julie Rose

  • Jul 29, 2016 9:00 pm
  • 1:42:45 mins
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Millennials on Marriage, Work and Family Guests: Jennifer Sabatini Fraone, Associate Director of the Boston College Center for Work and Family; Emily Zuehlke, Consultant with The Advisory Board; Brian Willoughby, PhD, Assistant Professor in the School of Family Life at BYU Anyone between 19 and 35 years of age today fits into the millennial generation, also known as “Y.” They are officially the largest living generation in America, barely edging out the baby boomers. And so, just like the Boomers changed society in fundamental ways, so too, are the Millennials.  How Beauty Shapes Women’s Lives Guest: Autumn Whitefield-Madrano, Author of “Face Value: The Hidden Ways Beauty Shapes Women’s Lives,” creator of The Beheld A common saying is “beauty in the eye of the beholder.” But there’s a multibillion dollar industry convincing women that without the right makeup, hair style and body shape they can’t reach their full beauty potential.  Autumn Whitefield-Madrano offers plenty of criticism for the way unrealistic ideas about appearance shape us. But she also says we can’t blame it all on Maybelline and MAC. Her argument is, essentially, let’s look closely at why we’re so absorbed with what’s skin deep and see if we can figure out what’s really bothering us.

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