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Gripping. Radiant. What beauty looks like in 21 different cultures, from the U.S.'s East Coast to Indonesia (and everywhere in between).

Gripping. Radiant. What beauty looks like in 21 different cultures, from the U.S.'s East Coast to Indonesia (and everywhere in between).

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Balinese woman. The Balinese are an ethnic group native to the Indonesian island of Bali.
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"Kyrgyzstan; Ethnic Jewellery of Central Asia" Kadyrov (Author), Ian Caytor (Editor), V. Kadyrov (Illustrator) || This image is on the cover of the book.

"Kyrgyzstan; Ethnic Jewellery of Central Asia" Kadyrov (Author), Ian Caytor (Editor), V. Kadyrov (Illustrator) || This image is on the cover of the book.

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Go against tradition and consider a two-piece wedding outfit rather than a dress. This beautifully detailed lace dress looks stunning and is perfect for the big day.

Go against tradition and consider a two-piece wedding outfit rather than a dress. This beautifully detailed lace dress looks stunning and is perfect for the big day.

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I love her face. Every line on her face seems to tell a story and represents a year of wisdom gained. And her almost humorous expression looks like it's saying, "Yeah? So what's the big deal? Been there, done that." :-) ~Skye

I love her face. Every line on her face seems to tell a story and represents a year of wisdom gained. And her almost humorous expression looks like it's saying, "Yeah? So what's the big deal? Been there, done that." :-) ~Skye

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Russian Girl w/ Kokoshnik: A traditional piece of female headware dating back to the 17th century.  It is most closely tied to matrimony;  married women were forbidden to show their hair in public,  w/ the Kokoshnik it could be plaited and tucked under, out of view.  Banned by Peter the great for the social elite, it was brought back by Catherine the Great, & has remained a patriotic symbol since, & is often seen at weddings. Character

Russian Girl w/ Kokoshnik: A traditional piece of female headware dating back to the 17th century. It is most closely tied to matrimony; married women were forbidden to show their hair in public, w/ the Kokoshnik it could be plaited and tucked under, out of view. Banned by Peter the great for the social elite, it was brought back by Catherine the Great, & has remained a patriotic symbol since, & is often seen at weddings. Character

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