Gh means ‘Get Her, Get Hon and Get Hen.’ It is a brand stands for sexual equality and all genders. ‘H’ refers to her, honey and hen. ‘Hen’ is Swedish for neutral gender. Since sexuality has become blurred in this generation, lingerie is no longer just for females. In the near future, Gh hopes to target wider range of customers for all genders, shapes and sizes.
Advertising ‘objectification of women’ and ‘selling sex’ are very common to see in lingerie industry. It is not art or fashion. No women want to be viewed as an object. This kind of branding strategy is what Gale and Rachel strongly disagree with. Gh is hoping that its lingerie design and brand concept can make people rethink the nature beauty of human body. People don’t have to get hung up on conforming to a particular body type.
Everyone can truly love their bodies and show their glamorous looks with confidence.
Ever wondered why you get breakouts in the same areas? I know I have.
It's good fun being a makeup artist, trying and using so many beautiful skincare products but for the past month to 6 weeks I've been having a problem with my skin. No matter how well I look after it, I've still been getting breakouts. I couldn't work it out, I use the most beautiful skincare products daily, I drink bottles of water a day.. I've even been going makeup free. But I found that I was breaking out down the left side of face. I went to the doctors convinced it was a side effect of my medication.. Apparently not.
I started to search the Internet for clues and came across this image.
It suddenly made perfect sense. I've been having problems with my stomach, constantly bloated and in pain. I was surprised to see that according to this image the area I have been breaking out indicates I have problems with my stomach!!
Surprised even more, now that my stomach problems are starting to calm down so are my breakouts.
It seems to be correct for me... Is it for you?