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Brazilian Brunettes Ranking - Part II

The objective of this article is to describe the visual identity of an authentic Brazilian brunette, as well as the essence of the "Brazilian look". Brazil's beauty is direct result of the "melting pot factor", where several different genetic backgrounds blend in perfect harmony.

Most of you would think that writing about Brazilian women should be an easy task, right? Since the "Girl from Ipanema" days in the 50´s, all the way to glorious Giselle Bundchen, Brazil babes have showed their genetic gift for beauty. Research aside, the purpose of this article is an attempt to rank the current most dazzling Brazilian Brunettes. Before we review the Brazilian Brunettes Ranking, we would like to describe a bit of the selection criteria considered in this difficult ranking.

To join this ranking, Brazilian beauties would necessarily need to have a "Brazilian Look", which normally means dark hair, brown eyes, and sun-tanned skin. The age would be an unimportant factor. Before we review the Brazilian Top Brunettes Ranking we would like to describe a bit of the selection criteria considered in this difficult ranking. To join this list, Brazilian beauties would necessarily need to have a "Brazilian Look", which normally means dark hair, brown eyes, and sun-tanned skin. The age would be an unimportant factor. Career wise, also not relevant, but most of us normally know people in the artsy scenario or entertainment world. Another very important selection criterion was body shape. Since we up-front defined the "Brazilian Look" as a must for this list, catwalk type models were avoided. Curves are an essential item for a true Brazilian Brunette, or "morena" in Portuguese. A good set of body proportions goes without saying. Eyes apart from being brown must have a distinguishing appeal. Last but not least, grace was also highly considered. Excessive body build women were also avoided, since we prefer true genetic and natural gifts.

In this article, we displayed the ranking of Top Brazilian Brunettes # 6 through # 10.

Top Brazilian Brunette # 6: Cléo Pires. Short Biography: Actress. Cléo Pires Ayrosa Galvão, usually known simply as Cléo Pires, is a Brazilian actress. Cléo is the daughter of Glória Pires, actress, and actor Fábio Jr.; both Brazilian. Cléo won the best actress award in the Festival do Rio 2003 for her role in "Benjamim". Recently, Cléo enjoyed much success with "Meu Nome Não É Johnny" movie, where she played Sofia, girlfriend of main role movie character Johnny. Her talent is a true promess to the Brazilian TV and Movie scene. Why in the TOP 10 Brazilian Brunettes List? Cléo Pires has a distinguishing overall "Brazilian look" with dark eyes, eye brows, and native Brazilian Indian dark straight hair. Cléo´s Carioca style adds charm to this ranking.

Top Brazilian Brunette # 7: Gisele Itié . Short Biography: Actress and Model. Born in México City, but was raised in Brazil since the age of four. Gisele Itié started her carrier as a model and had her commercial debut in a national perfume campaign in 2000. Gisele had a leading role in "The Mystery of Sintra" from Portuguese classical author Eça de Quieroz. Giselle participated in several soap operas from GLOBO NETWORK TV, such as "Pé na Jaca" and "The Prophet", where her character Sabine enjoyed great success. Gisele was also invited to participate in an episode of a cable TV series called "Mandrake". Why in the TOP 10 Brazilian Brunettes List? Gisele Itié is the owner of probably the most sensual look in Brazilian TV. Her intense eyes reflect her charismatic personality. Gisele's proportional legs and hips are the best proof that Rio de Janeiro has turned her into a true Brazilian.

Top Brazilian Brunette # 8: Patricia Poeta. Short Biography: Journalist, started at the Globo TV in February 2000 presenting daily weather forecast and was later promoted to anchorwoman in Daily News with "Bom Dia São Paulo", "Bom Dia Brasil" and "Jornal Hoje". Patricia spent several years in New York working as an international correspondent for Globo Network TV. Why in the TOP 10 Brazilian Brunettes List? Patricia is the owner of one of the most gorgeous straight brunet hair in Brazil. Her black eyebrows are also typically Brazilian. Patricia Poeta is a perfect example that beauty and content can work together.

Top Brazilian Brunette # 9: Carol Castro. Short Biography: Actress, model. Carol demonstrated her talent in several soap operas such as "Beleza Pura" and "Senhoras do Destino". She has starred several Brazilian music video clips, such as "Esverdear", by Forroçacana, "Festa", by Ivete Sangalo, and "Morro no Brasil", by Farofa Carioca. In the theater, she is having great critic and public success in the award winning Jorge Amado´s play Dona Flor and Her Two Husbands now playing in Rio. Why in the TOP 10 Brazilian Brunettes List? Carol Castro is the Brazilian brunet that could be our "dream girl next door". Her sensual tattoo adds extra pepper to this ranking.

Top Brazilian Brunette # 10: Luciana Gimenez. Short Biography: Luciana Gimenez Morad is a Brazilian fashion model and TV show hostess. Luciana started her modeling career at age 13, and has worked in many cities around the world, such as Paris, Hamburg, Milan and New York. Luciana is a TV hostess in Brazil's Rede TV, and her show is called "Superpop". She is of Spanish and Lebanese background. Luciana is a proof that models can be multi-talented if they work hard. Why in the TOP 10 Brazilian Brunettes List? Luciana is also another vivid example that even cat-walk models can have interesting curves. Her elegance and presence has even attracted experienced smooth operators.

We hope our readers were able to depict through this article the visual identity of an authentic Brazilian brunette, as well as the "Brazilian look". We believe one of the reasons why Brazil has so many beautiful women is "melting pot" factor, with a perfect blend of several different genetic backgrounds intermingling. More important than beauty alone, all of the Brazilian muses listed above are true talents in their artistic careers. As John Keats wrote in 1819, "'Beauty is truth, truth beauty, - that is all Ye know on earth, and all ye need to know." Next articleScience Articles, we will publish ranking #11 through # 15.

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Andre Skowronski is an admirer of the Brazilian culture and managing partner of Belavista-Rio Rentals, a vacation rentals agency based in Rio de Janeiro. Andre works directly with tourists to find their dream apartments in Rio. Please visit ===> http://www.belavista-rio.com to select from more than 60 vacation rentals in Rio and free tips on Rio de Janeiro.



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