“I know that I need bangs” began the publication of the singer Britney Spears that generated quite a stir because in the end what he was hiding was a need to look younger.
“Who would have thought that the bangs would make you look waaaaay younger?!?! I stopped having bangs in the third grade and it was a big problem to expose my face… only the beautiful people of the south could do that and I never felt pretty enough to do it. All the girls in the beauty contest they did, but I never felt that the parades of beauty were mine … it Had teeth are ugly, and I felt like an ugly duckling. I met with a modeling agency but was not pretty enough, so I went home and I said: I know that I need bangs”, he says the full release of the singer with a quiff simulated in the photo.
What was truly controversial was the manifestation of “was not as cute” as the girls of the south (united States) and the need to cover up your forehead with a fringe that, if we look at his career, he used for many years.
Could it be that the canons of beauty are still there in the 2000’s, where Britney achieved her greatest popularity? Or is it rather an idea that the artist could not overcome their childhood at times suffered?
Obviously, the followers of Spears in the networks were not long in giving a response, which reflected a friendly greeting towards the blonde, who (according to the fans) don’t need any facial hair to “look younger or cute”.