Victoria’s Secret models get down and dirty

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Androgynous Model Rain Dove on Her Controversial Lingerie Photos: ‘Victoria’s Secret Should Highlight Real Women’.

At 25, third time was the charm for Australian model Bridget Malcolm, who nailed a spot in the 2015 Victoria’s Secret fashion show, after being turned away twice in previous years.With her short hair and androgynous looks, Rain Dove doesn’t fit the mold of the typical Victoria’s Secret model – but she thinks it’s time for the lingerie retailer to break that mold. “The first thing you put on in the morning is your lingerie, and you have to look at yourself and tell yourself that you’re beautiful, and that’s really hard to do when even a simple catalog can’t confirm that you’re wearing something appropriately or look good enough,” Dove, 26, tells PEOPLE. The 5’9″ beauty, who was named a Victoria’s Secret Angel earlier this year, admitted that when she was a student, she was the “butt of everyone’s jokes” and known as “tall, skinny Taylor”. So the model – who says she is regularly told she is not feminine enough – did a photo shoot wearing Victoria’s Secret lingerie to prove that everyone is beautiful, even if society seems to tell them differently.

Check out models Romee Strijd, Jasmine Tookes, Stella Maxwell, and Sampaio as they gamely take on Vogue’s challenge of the Tough Mudder obstacle course. “It’s teamwork, you need all the girls to help. Celeb stylist Sarah Potempa used her Beachwaver S1 ($129, Ulta.com) on the tresses of Gigi Hadid, Kendall Jenner, Lily Aldridge, Behati Prinsloo, and more — and you can copy their styles with her breakdown.

After dividing the hair into left and right sides, use the Beachwaver S1, which rotates to curl hair on its own, to clamp 2-inch pieces near the ends (leaving about 1-inch out). They shouldn’t be ashamed of their bodies.” “Victoria’s Secret should highlight real women that actually purchase their clothing,” she says. “I would love for them to start featuring more real bodies and diverse women. In a bid to stop the hate, she took to Instagram to vent her frustration, promising her 165,000 followers she doesn’t have an eating disorder. “Can we STOP with the skinny shaming please?

I didn’t exist back in the day.” Taylor says she’s now part of a “sisterhood” with her fellow Victoria’s Secret models and is thankful to be in a “loving, kind, caring, and fun environment”. “You know, you meet famous people sometimes and they’re not who you think they are, like in the movies or on TV, but she is who she is and she’s also gentle and kind and I love that.” I am extremely fit and healthy and am not in the slightest way anorexic,” she wrote under an image of her in a sportsbra and exercise tights. “I have worked hard to look like this and am proud of my body.

Here is the breakdown of how to get the look.” Step 3: To curl your hair with a rotating curling iron, take a one-inch section and clamp your hair near the bottom. I think people forget that there’s a person at the other end of that Instagram post who does see the comments, and it sucks. “You have to remember that you’re living your life and they are the ones commenting on it.

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