2012 has come and gone. Behind the Mirror has only been a small little fetus, much like the one Kayne planted in Kim’s uterus, for the year of 2012.
However, I think we’ve made some great strides with the help of several treatments and products during the last couple months.
Let us take a moment to celebrate the New Year with the best of 2012 and the beauty advice that came with…
7.Gangnam Style Dance Craze – Not much to say about this other than, it is fun.
6. Gay Rights – “For supporters of same-sex marriage, it was a year of milestones. Obama, after a drawn-out process of ‘evolving,’ said in May he supported the right of gay couples to wed. On Election day, Maine, Maryland, and Washington became the first states to legalize gay marriage via popular vote. And on Dec. 7 the Supreme Court agreed to hear two cases that could further expand same-sex marriage rights.”
Unleash the pearly whites with the whitening treatments discussed in Where the Wild Things Are because trust me, you are going to have a lot of weddings to go to in the upcoming year!!!!
5. Hurricane Sandy – Sandy (Frankenstorm) threw us Into the Darkness because she thought she could shut down New York at the end of October. We never needed a candle in sopo* like we did then. Sandy gave it a good go… and while it devastated most of the North East,
Ain’t no bitch going to take NYC down.
According to the Huffington Post yesterday New York area lawmakers in both parties are erupting in anger, saying the House Republican leadership has decided to let Congress adjourn with holding a vote on aid for victims of the Superstorm. We have a long way to go but we learned Doing Good is the best Beauty Secret!!!
4. The Olympic Games in London –
I love the Olympics. As an American I feel it is my duty to love the Olymipics. The best moment of the 2012 London Games was the U.S.A. Women’s Gymnastic Team taking the Gold! The top knots that hold so sturdy while they run so hard to jump, twist, and flip are amazing!!! That top knot would look a whole lot better as Some Kind of Hepburn… I hope the victory party was celebrated with Skinny Girl, Revenge, and the BUN MAKER!!!
1. Women in 2012! – The best of 2012 belongs to the women of 2012. It was a big year for women in many ways. From the idiotic, offensive comments male Republican lawmakers and candidates made about women’s bodies, health, and reproductive rights to losing the amazing Nora Ephron. Here are just a few of the amazing moments in 2012 for Women.
– Single Women Elect The President
“Barack Obama owes his re-election victory to the unmarried women,” according to research by the Women’s Voices Women Vote Action fund, the Guardian reported. The data showed that single women made up 23 percent of Americans who turned out to vote on Nov. 6, and 67 percent of them cast their ballot for Obama.
– Anne-Marie Slaughter Reignites A National Conversation
While the discussion around juggling family and work is certainly nothing new, it was rekindled this year when Anne-Marie Slaughter wrote a piece for the Atlantic entitled “Why Women Still Can’t Have It All.” The article elicited multiple responses.
– Women Win More Seats In Congress
Thanks to victories in the Nov. 6 congressional elections, women now hold 81 of the 435 seats in the House of Representatives and a groundbreaking 20 percent of the Senate is now female. That’s still much less than 50 percent, but the seats do make this a historic year.
– Marissa Mayer Named Yahoo CEO
Mayer got the large and often troubled company ‘s top gig at just 37. Many women expressed disappointment in Mayer’s statement that she was taking just a few weeks of maternity leave and working throughout, but whether or not you agreed with that decision, it put America’s uneasy relationship with maternity leave at the center of the national conversation.
– Adele Wins SIX Grammys
–Spanx’s Sara Blakely Becomes The Youngest Self-Made Female Billionaire
Blakely founded and owns 100 % of theprivately owned company that has redefined shapewear for women. At age 41, she joined Oprah and Meg Whitman as one of three self-made female billionaires, according to Forbes.
–Women Dominate The London Olympics
For the first time in Olympic history, every country participating sent female athletes to the games. Within team U.S.A. specifically, the women won more gold medals than men (29 to 17) and more medals overall (58 to 45). Gabby Douglas, Serena Williams, Missy Franklin, Misty May-Treanor and many others made us proud.