Semira Wrote: With due respect, Both of your girls have horse feature i.e long face with big mouth. the rest of the pictures you posted all have that trademark big forehead that makes your women look like bold men. If a woman doesn't have a fine hair line on her forehead, she can't be called a beauty. all of the women you posted, their hair line starts somewhere in the middle of their skull making them look like a man.
all in, with all your bragging and hallucinating, you can't produce one beauty who broke into the business. that says it all. your inferiority complex is driving you nuts and you are are more onto the preemtive strike. now look on the below picture and learn what beauty means and what brings to the individual. Look at the fine hairline on her forehead, the eyes, the proportion of the face, the chick etc. and learn who is the first black woman to be the cover page of Vogue megazine
. the answer is ethiopian beauty
With due respect you're a retard!! Liya kebede is not the first black woman on the cover page of Vouge, the first woman was BEVERLY JOHNSSON..How can you tell by her pic that her hairline is fine ?? Her hair is split in the middle, combed to the sides. How can u tell she has a fine hairline when the hairlines is not even visable?? Also Big forhead etc is horn african trait.. I dont dont where you from gin??
Btw the girl i posted are not MODELS, these are just pics from a nightclub called "Club shukoirna"
Now back to reality of so called "normal forhead and fine hairline" and Beautyful EARSLOBES and ofcoruse a PERFECT BODY
LOL what a erection killer asssss
Let me Quote Dr Dre from the song "nutthin but a G thang" And who gives a f**ck about Vouge??
Even ALEX WEX the dinka sudanese girl made the cover of the Vouge. The way they define beaty is sick.. Also 93% of all men dont find the vouge cover girls/models with their anorectic looks as sexxyy. 80% of the clothes the "models" wear on the run way is not even worn by the Mainstream..
sara nuru with perfect hairline and forhead
The First black woman on the front cover of Vouge beverly johnsson