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TheTrendSpotter: Pink color has experienced a rollercoaster journey in popularity over the years. Originally considered a ‘boy’ color, it has most commonly been associated with hyper-feminine and girly aesthetics. It has also undergone major criticism, often tied to a ‘mean girl’ or ‘dumb blonde’ trope. However, it has since undergone a radical transformation, reclaimed by people who wish to celebrate its beauty. Today, pink holds no gender and doesn’t stick to the status quo, so why should you?

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