For this project, I took Halsey and Sailor Moon and morphed them together. I chose these two because I really love Halsey's appearance and I have always been captivated by the artistry and proportions for Sailor Moon. Though these body proportions and characteristics are obviously unattainable, I do believe that there is some pressure in the media for girls to look a certain way. Almost every model depicted in ads and runways is rail thin, and the "plus size" models are just normal people. This tells girls that in order to be beautiful, they need to be skinny, often much skinnier than is healthy for their bodies. Makeup is applied on even child models, and girls are always depicted as super feminine. Legs must be smooth, hair must be perfect. Even men face stigmas, such as a perfectly-muscled body and ultra-masculine fashions.