Thursday, April 15, 2010

Has anyone seen my fake tan?

Not to be an old biddy or anything but cripes, there is something very wrong with these pictures. Susan Anderson delves into a frightening American subculture that has flourished over the last decade. First recieving attention after the murder of child pageant winner Jonbenet Ramsay, child beauty pageants have been steadily growing throughout the world. Every year up to 100,000 children under 12 compete in pageants which is quickly transforming into a billion dollar industry. Spray tanning, coaching, make up artists and even veneers are all part of the investment. The ultimate goal is to be pageant winner and envy of every tween in the room.

1 comment:

  1. SCARY. They look like little dolls.