The world’s most beautiful and glamorous women have been caught doing a thing that many people in the US are already doing: going out with friends and family.

And it’s becoming a thing of the past, thanks to a new generation of supermodels. 

In the past decade, the world has seen an explosion of supermodel-like women: the likes of Gigi Hadid, Jessica Chastain, Gigi Hilton and even Meryl Streep have all been in the public eye, while the likes a model Naomi Campbell, model Kate Upton and a fashion designer have also gone public with their looks.

But it was a different story back in the mid-2000s.

For many, the only way to be seen as the next big thing was to adopt the persona of the “perfect” and go to the party or nightclub dressed as a beautiful blonde, brunette or redhead. 

“You look like the ultimate sexy version of yourself, right?” asked one friend.

But that kind of glamour wasn’t the only thing that made someone a celebrity: you also had to have a body that looked absolutely perfect.

And as the industry grew in popularity, more and more of us started to think about our bodies as “perfect”.

The first step in becoming a superstar was getting photographed by people who believed in your beauty, whether it was modelling or fashion.

And this was when the term “beauty cult” was coined.

“The most important thing for me to get out there and do is I’m not ashamed,” says Naomi Campbell. 

But when you look back, the word “cult” has become a catchphrase, as we’ve seen in recent years.

“The people who would say you’re a cult leader are the people who have the most influence,” says Kim Kardashian West, who’s seen her image and career skyrocket in the past few years. 

A cult is a term used to describe a group of people who believe in the ideals of a certain religion, and believe that the group members should act like followers.

“It’s a very narrow definition,” says Dr Sarah Murnane, professor of sociology at the University of Cambridge.

“You can get a cult when you have a few people who are following a particular ideology and you can then call them followers.”

This kind of extreme cult mentality was so strong in the late 2000s that it even started a hashtag to describe the behaviour.

But by 2010, it was clear that cults were not necessarily the problem. 

The real problem is what they’ve done with our bodies and minds, says Dr Murnan.

“We are not living in a time when we are being judged, our bodies are being examined, we are going through our whole lives being scrutinised, scrutinised and tested, and we are feeling uncomfortable,” she says.

“That is an issue of how we live our lives.

That is a serious problem, and it is a problem for society.”

If you’re thinking of getting a tattoo or a new make-up, you’re probably thinking of your body in this way.

“You want your body to look like it is in a cult,” says Murnanes professor.

“And that is not what we’re living in, and that is a big problem.”

A few years ago, a new kind of beauty trend was being born: the “cult-like”.

The term refers to a movement that sees people taking part in online forums and online conversations to be the perfect version of themselves.

They take the form of the cult of a celebrity, like Kim Kardashian or Angelina Jolie.

And this cult is growing, says Mournanes professor, but the cult isn’t limited to the UK or the US.

In Australia, for example, a “cult body image” is growing in popularity as the number of body types and ethnicities increases.

And in America, there’s a movement called “cult beauty”.

But in the UK, the term has a specific meaning.

It’s the cult-like attitude to the way our bodies look.

And that is what’s driving the new body-positive movement.

The trend started in 2009, when a young Australian woman named Rebecca Haney, 22, went on the Internet and began posting photos of herself as a blonde and black girl.

Rebecca Hane was the only one in the world to have been featured in a tabloid magazine in a “beautiful” state, posing as a black model. 

After a lot of people shared photos of themselves, Rebecca Hanes Instagram page was flooded with comments from people who were upset that the photos weren’t of her perfect appearance.

Rebecca was called “the next Barbie”, and people were outraged.

They wanted her to change her body, or at least to get rid of the blonde.

Rebecca started posting selfies of herself in blackface and a bikini, and was met with backlash from people and media who