Nothing’s wrong with this dress I wear
Nothing’s wrong with this smile I dare
Nothing’s wrong with my long black hair
It’s all in your mind, in your mind
1) Anggun Cipta Sasmi
A role model, a fighter, (apparently) a feminist, a modern, independent woman, the owner of an adorable, authentic Javanese beauty who never fails to make me feel seduced.
2) Dolores O’Riordan
To me, her most remarkable trait is her voice. Her voice and her short hair. Two…traits. And a somewhat small-town-ish and family friendly image. Three…traits. Anyway, the band she is in (The Cranberries) is one among some of the bands which caused a shift for me from 80’s hair rock to the more modern alternative rock. Definitely one of my favourite vocalists.
Introducing, Kuroneko. A woman who is gorgeous and cute at the same time. Her vibrato is strong, let alone her long, silky black hair. Historical (or mythical) Japanese aura is certainly an amplification.
4) Noriko Sakai
It was this tender video below which made me fall in love to her. Well, up to her scandal. Nevertheless, it impressed me that she publicly apologised for her wrongdoings, and some years ago, she got enrolled in a university, supposedly to recover her life. Best wishes to her.
5) Gwen Stefani
Probably the only stereotypical blonde entry here. One might want to think of her as a Marilyn Monroe’s impersonator, but if that is really her, she has done that perfectly well, and she has a valid license to entice. Also, despite all the glitters, to my eyes she is still a humble woman (I might be wrong though).
6) Karen Carpenter
A classic beauty with nice voice, a handful of smiles, and delightful drumming. Too bad she had anorexia and passed away too early.
7) Reza Artamevia
Honourable mention. When she was younger, she was beautiful, she was gorgeous, she has a nice voice, she was seductive, in short she was a great talent. It’s a pity that her lifeline is ruined by unnecessary turmoils.