Named Top Beauty Icons Of Decade
Angelina Jolie and Jennifer Aniston were named top beauty icons of decade by UK's Superdrug.
Since both of these gorgeous women are Internationally famous for their signature beauty, it was no surprise they were at the top of Superdrug's beauty icon list.
UK's Superdrug questioned 3,000 people about the most beautiful woman. Those people picked Angelina Jolie. Why?
They listed her famous lips, thick hair and "strong character".
Angelina is the envy of the thousands questioned for the survey. The fascinating brunette beauty is watched by people around the world.
Ironically Angelina, who lives with Brad Pitt, was just one notch in the poll above Jennifer who was married to Pitt before he left her for Angelina.
Anyone who followed the three actors was most likely aware of all the drama which exploded when Brad and Jennifer separated. Shortly after, Brad moved in with Angie.
Steve Jebson, Commercial Director for Superdrug, said: ''Angelina Jolie is not a conventional beauty, but her strong character shines through her fabulous features to give her a unique standing in the beauty world."
While many point to her pout as the most beautiful thing about Angie, other love her long and lush hair and her svelte figure. Others are captured by her unique beauty which is not traditional.
I personally don't agree with everyone on the top 20 list ranked from top to bottom with Angelina at the top and Charlize Theron at the bottom:
Angelina Jolie, Jennifer Aniston, Australian pop princess Kylie Minogue, Welsh actress Catherine Zeta Jones, Geordie beauty Cheryl Cole, Scarlett Johansson, Keira Knightly, Beyonce, Liv Tyler, Halle Berry, Kate Winslet, Myleene Klass, Kelly Brook, Nigella Lawson, Kate Beckinsale, Megan Fox, Eva Longoria, Joanna Lumley, Holly Willoughby and Charlize Theron.
Superdrug noted when releasing the "the message from our stores for 2010 is you don't have to be a film star or celebrity to be a beauty icon."
Do you agree with the Top 20 list? What famous beauties do you think is missing or shouldn't be included in the list at all?
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