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5 Ways to Become a Baddie

This is a glimpse at how a Baddie makes power moves, such as being true to herself by paying precise attention to fashion and beauty she affects those who see her in public or on social media.

Baddies are those people we all love to hate in life, or at least the ones we secretly want to be like because of how cool they make themselves look on social media and how well they walk the line between out of control and taking care of business. Becoming a Baddie can seem like an impossible dream if you’re not sure where to start, but there are actually plenty of steps you can take toward being more baddified yourself in your own life if you know where to look. Here are 5 ways to become a Baddie, whether you want it or not.

1) Be Confident

While it might be easier said than done, learning how to embrace your confidence is crucial for any aspiring Baddie. After all, confident people seem badder than those who lack self-assurance and aren’t as sure of themselves. There are ways you can increase your own self-confidence, which will lead to more power moves. One way is by simply taking care of yourself: Get enough sleep, exercise regularly, and eat well. You should also surround yourself with like-minded individuals—those who support your goals—and get rid of toxic friends or family members who don’t believe in you or want to see you succeed. If that sounds hard (or impossible), consider hiring a life coach or therapist to help guide you through these changes; they’ll make all the difference in helping you become a Baddie!

2) Maintain A Baddie Aesthetic

Staying on brand with your Baddie aesthetic is essential. If you are already walking around rocking designer pieces, then you are most likely giving off that I make power moves attitude without even trying. You can take it one step further by picking up a small token piece that has your favorite designer’s logo or logo image printed on it. This will give off an extra dose of swag. Your personal style speaks volumes about who you are and what you represent. It also gives people insight into how they should approach you in public and social settings. Your style shows others how they should treat you and what they should expect from interacting with you. 

3) Have a Style That Works For You

The key element of any Baddie aesthetic is true confidence—and if you can’t rock a certain style, it’s probably not right for you. Be true to yourself and your own preferences, both in fashion and in beauty, and when others emulate your look, that’s just icing on the cake. If you want to be considered a Baddie, always be true to yourself first and foremost. After all, imitation is flattery!

4) Work Hard And Don’t Take Shit From Anyone

You’re probably wondering why you need to work hard and don’t take shit from anyone. If it sounds like I’m talking about your job, then that’s because we all have one—our own. A key component of being a Bad Bitch is knowing how to stand up for yourself in any scenario and how not to be pushed around by anyone. As far as work is concerned, Bitch means business. When someone tries to push you around or doesn’t respect your time, tell them they can either get with your program or get out of your way. It may sound harsh, but if you want to succeed in life (or at least look good doing it), you need to know how to put people in their place when necessary.

5) Find Inspiration Everywhere

Earlier we published, “What is a Baddie?” It received widespread social media attention and became a source of inspiration for aspiring Baddies and Baddies alike.

So consider all aspects of your life and brainstorm your current outlook on beauty. Are you a fan of blue or prefer neutrals? Maybe floral is more your style, or do you wear bold patterns every day? You’ll have fun choosing new products and outfits that will develop your own Baddie aesthetic. If you feel like a change from your everyday routine, try something new—even if it’s just changing up your lipstick shade. Take some time to consider what makes you happy with how you look and dress; then think about how those things can be incorporated into your daily life. Before long, they’ll become second nature!

Be sure to check out 900+ Baddie ideas from Hood Over Hollywood on Pinterest

We hope you like it. 😉 !!! Use #hoodoverhollywood hashtag when sharing photos of your looks, or tag @hoodoverhollywood in every post 🙂 especially when making a style statement post. You don’t think the fashion designers, and fashionistas aren’t paying attention to us? Well guess again, they are always looking at Hood Over Hollywood to see what is trending in the streets!

The Key Elements of the Plus Size Baddie Aesthetic

A guide for plus size women that lays out in detail the Baddie aesthetic whenever she appears in public or on Instagram. 

Be it on Instagram, on the street, or at your local mall, when you spot a plus size Baddie in public it can be hard to tell whether they’re aware of the power they hold over men and women alike. So if you’re looking to take the aesthetic plunge yourself, here are the key elements of the plus size baddie’s style that will help make you sexier than you ever thought possible.

Wear clothes you love

We’re all different shapes and sizes, so it can be tricky to find a look that works for your body type. The key is learning to layer with pieces you love and finding a common thread in the outfits you wear.

Sexy plus size clothing comes in many forms—flowing maxi dresses, high-waisted jeans and crop tops are just some examples. There’s no one right way to do it, as long as you feel good about yourself while doing it! It’s important to remember that feeling confident makes you even more attractive than what you’re wearing—so don’t be afraid to show off your personality or individual sense of style! 

Whether it’s picking out something new for your wardrobe or trying out a fresh hair style, there are so many ways to feel sexy; if you have an awesome figure and know how to work it, then why not flaunt it?

In today’s modern world of fierce competition when our appearances matter more than ever before, knowing how to dress well as plus size women has become an essential life skill. You may want to embrace fashion trends that make every woman look pretty and glamorous but never try too hard. Plus size clothes usually come in trendy styles like ruffles but keep them modest enough not to appear outrages.

Don’t care what people think

Plus size women face unique challenges. There are unwritten rules about what plus size women can and cannot wear, what their bodies can look like, and how they should present themselves in public.

Plus size women spend a lot of time thinking about how other people see them and whether or not they’re being judged based on their appearance. But rather than trying to make others see you as attractive, it’s far more important to feel sexy and confident without worrying too much about what other people think. When it comes to your appearance, remember that self-esteem is everything—when you love yourself fully, others will love you too! In short, don’t care what people think and own your biz. Be proud of who you are!

What makes one look plus size?: Even though there is no hard rule for where a woman stops looking plus size there are some guidelines we can follow while examining our own clothing choices.

Don’t wait to be confident

You’ve probably heard it before, but trust us: Your clothes have no idea what you look like naked. That doesn’t mean you can’t dress for your body type and be confident. Remember that a blouse isn’t going to care if it makes your boobs look big, or if your tummy is exposed in a midi skirt. You might think that you don’t have access to trends and styles because of where you fall on plus-size clothing charts, but there are so many ways to work around those limitations and dress in flattering clothing (and looking good doesn’t make you any less humble).

All girls deserve to feel great about themselves in their clothes, no matter what they wear. With help from people like the YouTube series, The Skinny Confidential , here are three simple principles to follow when shopping for sizes 14 and up.

First rule: Don’t limit yourself . Part of being fashionable means trying new looks, colors, silhouettes—everything—even if they seem outside your comfort zone at first.

Second rule: It’s all in the details . Find pieces with interesting trims and details to add dimension without creating bulk. Think lots of fringe with black or denim jeans; ruffles under shorts; bold floral prints under buttoned-up shirts.

Third rule: Use accessories . Everything from belts to scarves helps create more shape and definition by cinching at certain points on your body. When in doubt, reach for them first!

Accessories are key

The key elements to look for in a plus size baddie are accessories. Wearing one single statement piece can work to make you stand out, if it’s done right. Accessories add flair and personality to an outfit, and with that extra flare, you’ll be sure to take up everyone’s attention when you walk into a room.

When you’re ready to step out in your next look, keep these tips in mind: Opt for bold jewelry like earrings or bracelets in bold materials such as silver or gold that have unique designs or accents.

Get creative with your accessories! They’re what will draw people’s attention first — after all, they catch eyes first before any other detail does — so choose ones that truly reflect your style. What kind of accessories do you gravitate towards? Do you love rings? Necklaces? Bracelets? Find inspiration from your favorite celebs or even snap shots on Instagram and create looks based off them. Whether they’re sporting a leopard print dress or rocking bright colors on their lips, find aspects that capture your eye and incorporate them into future outfits! Feel free to play around with different styles too; maybe there’s some tribal-inspired jewelry that strikes your fancy but won’t work with certain outfits. Try getting some temporary tattoos (think henna) instead; there are plenty of awesome floral options perfect for Spring/Summertime fashion!

Show off your figure!

The plus size baddie is not afraid to show off her assets! Whether it’s an undergarment showing, a wink wink or an almost-tasteful nude shot, there are plenty of ways to make sure your Instagram followers know you aren’t shy. You don’t want them to confuse you with another blogger who doesn’t have a clue how to use her curves. That would just be tragic. 

When flaunting your body on social media remember these elements: remember to do so in a tasteful way. After all, for every naked selfie that goes viral we’re presented with ten more gratuitous attempts at getting likes and follows. There has been backlash against bloggers for trying too hard – and sometimes that can be attributed to blatant nudity (yes even on Instagram). But those pics are usually outnumbered by Instas featuring bralettes, lingerie and dress cinched waists that create an hourglass silhouette which highlight any hourglass-like attributes naturally possessed by curvy bodies – like extra cleavage!

It’s more than outfits, be a baddie with your overall look

Follow these tips to step up your look, and keep yourself on-trend. You’ll definitely be noticed for all the right reasons. Whether you want to boost your confidence at work or school, or just want a fresh take on an old style, we’ve got you covered. So get ready! You’re about to become a baddie.

We hope you like it. 😉 !!! Use #hoodoverhollywood hashtag when sharing photos of your looks, or tag @hoodoverhollywood in every post 🙂 especially when making a style statement post. You don’t think the fashion designers, and fashionistas aren’t paying attention to us? Well guess again, they are always looking at Hood Over Hollywood to see what is trending in the streets!

Conclusion

You’ve probably noticed a lot of mainstream clothing for plus-size women caters to a certain style. It’s not exactly sexy and it’s not exactly glamorous; it looks more like what a woman wearing her boyfriend’s T-shirt would look like. There are a few reasons for that: plus-size women make up nearly 40% of all American women over 18, according to new data from Gallup, so they have actual spending power—women who wear sizes 0 through 10 make up just under 10% of adult women in America.

Additionally, there are fewer options out there for brands to sell. But finally, major retailers aren’t interested in making clothes that appeal to every single customer; rather, they want clothes that are going to pull shoppers into their stores (and boost margins). All of these factors conspire against women wearing anything other than stretchy pants. And we get it: we like stretchy pants too!

Be sure to check out 900+ Baddie ideas from Hood Over Hollywood on Pinterest 

Teenager Offers Community Over Chaos in Flint Michigan

Flint, Michigan, teenage rap Phenom Armani G is raising funds to fund an August fundraising event for youth services and violence awareness.

So many times the things that are deemed newsworthy are the losses not the victories, the despair rather than the hope. Does anyone even remember Trayvon Martin, the 17-year-old from Miami Gardens, Florida, and victim of a state-sanctioned murder? If it wasn’t for the peaceful protests and rallies, Trayvon’s killer would have never seen the inside of a courtroom.

Fast forward eight years later to 47-year-old George Floyd, unlike Trayvon, whose murder was conducted in the cover of darkness and no eyewitnesses, billions saw the 8 p.m. cell phone video of the nine minutes and twenty-nine seconds of having a knee to his neck that led to another state sanctioned murder of an unarmed African American.

Trayvon’s death led to the creation of hashtag Black Lives Matter; Floyd’s death led to the movement flexing its Global muscles. It is ironic, people want to move, and wear their black lives matter mask, t-shirts, and hold up protest signs for the dead, but are dead silent when the living seeks out those same inflamed passions for community building.

All of America is aware of the deindustrialization of America’s Midwest. How the Great American car companies whose manufacturing might converted themselves into tanks and aircraft assembly lines to defeat the Nazis in World War II. However, after two generations, these American behemoths had no credibility with capital markets as credible borrowers, and had to be bailed out through the American taxpayer.

Time and time again, money is somehow found to build prisons, fight endless Wars, bailout poorly-managed multinational corporations, and Wall Street Bankers. We can show solidarity with dead Black lives but none for the living.

Since May, Americans can raise a combined $30,000 in gofundme for dogs [https://www.gofundme.com/f/keep-the-shelters-clear]; or Nick’s Cross Country Southern Tier Bike Tour
[https://www.gofundme.com/f/nicks-cross-country-southern-tier-bike-tour]; but only $30 for a Flint, Michigan, Black girl who wants to give kids like her growing up a safe place free from violence and to force those whose lifestyle create these violent outcomes to re-evaluate their choices.

Every newsworthy story about Black America doesn’t have to be about Doom and Gloom. If you are from the American South, North, East, or West, and have marched and protested for any of the Black martyrs of the last decade then step up to the plate for Armani G whose GoFundMe is for an event for the Black Lives who are living, rather than showing up outrage at another Black life laying amongst the dead due to senseless violence, state-sanctioned or not.

Hi everyone my name is Armani G I am from Flint Michigan I am 19 years old female rapper. I am here today to throw fundraiser for a event that’s called Let It Go. I am here to speak about the awareness of the violence that’s going on in our community as there’s no one helping us or anything I am here today to say we all need to come together to put the guns down our community not speaking up and there’s nobody reaching out to help us our children is dying our community is breaking apart. Why speak so low if you really don’t know flint. I Armani G here just one teenager just trying to make a difference in her city by leading by example. the donation will be going to the genesee county teen quest helps young youth find summer jobs all around flint and i appreciate anyone that makes a donation thank you very much and may God bless those all.

Now what are you going to do? Be reactive after another Black on Black murder, or cop killing of an unarmed Black person; or be proactive with this young daughter, our Shero, who is doing something now for us, the living.

Please donate to:
Fundraiser by Armani Gilmore : Let It Go https://gofund.me/7412e306

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