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Dove Self-Esteem Fund

Dove is trying to change the way girls view themselves with their Campaign for Real Beauty.
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Do you want to change something about your body? Well, can you believe that 92% of girls around the world do? Dove is trying to change that with the Dove Self-Esteem Fund, which helps girls love themselves and be comfortable with their bodies. Check out what the Dove Self-Esteem Fund is all about!

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Self-esteem is a sense of self-worth and a feeling of pride in yourself. The sad truth is that 92% of girls around the world don't feel that way about themselves. So Dove, the skin and hair care line, has set out to change the way girls view themselves by creating the Dove Self-Esteem Fund we strive to look like supermodels and glamorous superstars Dove shows you what really goes on behind the scenes of the beauty world most of what we see is just a trick, just an illusion where ordinary people turn into extraordinary people they have tricks up their sleeve to get you lookin' like you're perfect like lighting, make-up, hair styling, airbrushing, digitally manipulated to make models look perfect all spots and blemishes are removed face shapes are slimmed down hair and eye colors can be changed the Dove Self-Esteem Fund is out to change the western concept of beauty change the Western concept of beauty from skinny model make every girl feel Do you think cameras don't lie? Well, think again cuz they do!

Dove Self-Esteem Fund - Girls Only Interactive Self-Esteem Zone

you can do everything from take interactive quizzes create your own online magazine get a reality check in art of image manipulation

Dove Self-Esteem Fund - Film Gallery

Have you seen the commercial where an average-looking girl's face gets transformed into a supermodel through the wonders of make-up and digital manipulation. That commercial was created by Dove to help change the way girls view themselves. Dove continues to pump out commercials that To check out all the Dove commercials,

  • Click here to check out a video called "Amy." It was created by the Dove Self-Esteem Fund to help change the way girls view themselves!
  • For more info on the Dove Self-Esteem Fund, head on over to www.campaignforrealbeauty.ca/girls!
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