Happy, active, super beautiful, they adequately represent the Slavic peoples in beauty contests. And above all, beautiful Bulgarians are always admired by men who know the spectacular feminine appearance. Girls and women in Bulgaria have their own characteristics of face, facial features. And most of them meet standard specifications. But, thanks to the active migration of peoples, the constant movement of people from one country to another, the appearance of Bulgarian girls is increasingly diversified. The beauty of Bulgarian women with a typical figure is quite attractive, it is a bit like a guitar with a slim waist, a beautiful bust and the luxury of the hip. Beautiful Bulgarians have thin bones, long arms, they have a beautiful skull shape. Compared to other Slavs, girls are more refined on the outside, more elegant. Among the representatives of this people there are many girls as fragile as miniatures. You rarely meet women who are overweight. If there are BBWs, they are usually at an advanced age. Interestingly, they keep a beautiful and graceful figure without limiting themselves to eating with diets or draconian diets. Although Bulgarian cuisine is distinguished by a large number of vegetable and fruit dishes. Beautiful Bulgarians are proud of their beautiful hair, both smooth and wavy. Most girls have dark brown or black hair. Although in the streets of Bulgarian cities, you can often meet blondes and redheads. Also characteristic for them are: dark skin, sparkling health, fresh and smooth. Bulgaria has an excellent climate, in most regions, high humidity prevails, which is good for moisturizing the skin.
Modern Bulgarians will pay attention to their appearance, using good cosmetic products to maintain their beauty. But they can look bright and attractive without make-up, because you will find in Bulgaria a comfortable climate, a healthy cuisine, rich in vitamins, lots of sunshine.
Like other European women, modern Bulgarian women are very active. On an equal footing with men, they master interesting professions and build a career. Among the most beautiful Bulgarian women you will meet women with a variety of specialties and hobbies. But, at the same time, Bulgarian women have a very responsible attitude towards the role of women, mothers and daughters, while maintaining traditional family relationships. Young girls play sports, travel, love tourism. Many Bulgarian beauties are representatives of the world of cinema, show business, famous models. They are spectacular, confident, charming and charismatic women.
Bulgaria occupies just over 20% of the eastern part of the Balkan Peninsula. In terms of the number of sites protected by UNESCO, Bulgaria ranks third in the world after Greece and Italy. Bulgarians are the first of the Slavic peoples to accept Christianity. Bulgarians (Bulgarian women and girls) are among the most beautiful women in the Balkans and Slavics.
The Top 15 of the most beautiful Bulgarian women include well-known actresses, models, beauty contest winners, with Bulgarian roots, who live in Bulgaria or abroad.
Stella Angelova (September 4, 1993 Varna, Bulgaria) is a Bulgarian gymnast, world and European champion in rhythmic gymnastics.
Evgeniya Radilova is a Bulgarian actress.
Radina Kardjilova (born June 17, 1986 in Sofia, Bulgaria) is a Bulgarian actress. Films with his participation: "Universal soldier 3 : Revival", "Displacement".
Vanya Peneva (born in 1988) - Miss Bulgaria of the World 2011
Geya Antonova (born in 1989, Sofia, Bulgaria) is a Bulgarian model
Nansi Karabojcheva (born April 3, 1993 in Pazardzhik, Bulgaria) - Miss Bulgaria of the World 2013
Rositsa Ivanova (born in 1987) - Bulgarian model, and also Miss Bulgaria of the World 2005.
Gabriela Vasileva (born in 1992) - Miss Bulgaria of the World 2012.
Silvia Dimitrova - a Bulgarian model, living and working in Italy.
Romina Andonova (born 1989) - Miss Bulgaria World 2010.
Nicole Stankulova (August 8, 1988 Sofia, Bulgaria) is a Bulgarian model and professional TV presenter.
Diliana Popova (September 24, 1981) - Bulgarian model and actress.
Nikoleta Bozhinova Lozanova (November 30, 1987, Plovdiv, Bulgaria) is a Bulgarian model, won the Playmate of the Year in 2006. She has posed in the men's magazines FHM, Maxim and Playboy.
Silvia Ranguelova (November 14, 1983 Sofia, Bogaria) - Bulgarian model and actress, known for the film "Chase!
Nina Dobrev (born January 9, 1989 in Sofia, Bulgaria) is a Canadian actress of Bulgarian origin, model and gymnast. Films with his participation: "The Vampire Diaries", "The Roommate", "Arena", "It's good to be quiet", etc.
I am a Russian woman journalist and I spend the whole summer in Bulgaria, in Varna, on the sea with my child, from May to October for 5 years now. And during this time I have managed to get to know and love this wonderful country, to our great pleasure forgotten by God and the European Union, because it is a provincial area. Bulgaria, as we all know from our Soviet past, is a wonderful country in the Black Sea in southern Eastern Europe. In fact, there, in the distant past of the Soviet Union, this beautiful place has remained frozen again. The country is fabulously poor and wonderfully authentic. Fortunately, globalisation has not affected the industry or morals of modern Bulgaria, so there are signs on motorways "prohibited from access by horse-drawn carriages" and on markets, really organic products that you will not notice. Anything that is on sale in stores is much cheaper than, for example, in Moscow.
There is a lot of greenery around, and from the central street of the city you have a beautiful view of the fields, vineyards and groves on a nearby hill. The city with its restaurants and discotheques borders the most real village with sheep, roosters and grandmothers witches.
Bulgarians have a kind of traditional diet. They eat a lot of beans, lentils and rice, are very fond of young green beans in the pods (buckwheat, semolina, Pshenko, very little oatmeal, a simple fromage frais, Cheese and Kashkaval (it is a simple hard yellow cheese made from cow's milk - Cașcaval is the name of a type of ripened cheese with washed rind and traditional semi-hard cheese from a number of countries including Romania, the Republic of Moldova, the Czech Republic, the Republic of Macedonia, the Republic of Bulgaria.
Bulgarian eat pork and chicken (good quality meat), and do not eat beef, and lamb only for festivities. The cuisine includes many vegetables and fruits (Bulgarian magic peaches - incredibly sweet and juicy, different varieties, as well as pink tomatoes that are huge and ugly). They grow very popular herbs, arugula and spinach with mountain herbs, which are collected and brewed like tea. I bring suitcases to the house of fine Bulgarian herbal teas and everyone who has tried them has loved them. Finally, the famous Bulgarian yogurt - Kiselev mlyako - the secret of the health and longevity of several generations of Bulgarians and the famous Balkan yogurt. Here, it is made of sheep, goat and even buffalo milk. They will also eat a lot of fish from the Black Sea - bulls, mules, plaice, even katran sharks. The products are mostly fresh, natural and local. There are almost no semi-finished products in supermarkets.
Bulgarian girls and women are definitely beautiful. Figures in the shape of the oriental guitar predominate with a slender and elongated waist, a narrow chest band, a slender bone structure and graceful long hands. Elongated skulls, beautiful head shape. In general, Bulgarians, unlike Russians, are refined and elongated and much more elegant. Russian women in general are wider, denser, with wide faces, waist, back. A typical Russian figure, they are rather long legs, a short and wide trunk, a short neck, a round head, slightly flattened on the back of the head. They have a peasant body, adapted to heavy physical loads and bad weather. Among Bulgarian women you will find many miniature, thin and small women. You will not see obese women in Bulgaria. Some women are slightly overweight, but not among the young. This is despite the fact that a typical Bulgarian breakfast consists of a fat puff pastry with a brynza-bania or just a cheap fat muffin and a wheat-based sweet drink, called a boza (Boza is a fermented cereal-based drink. Very popular under the Ottoman Empire, it was however banned for a time because of the alcohol it contained, even in very small quantities.). It has the color of coffee with milk. I can't drink it.
Bulgarian women have beautiful, curly or straight hair, whole strains. They have thin, smooth and dark skin. Almost no one has any problems with their skin. High humidity helps to maintain the skin's moisture balance. My skin is still better than in Moscow. And hair curls form naturally.
Defects: often there is an oriental imbalance of the figure: short legs and an excessively long waist. For example, if a girl is dressed in a short, slim-fitting jacket, then there can be a gap of 10-15 cm between her bottom line and the jeans belt with a low waist! Many women, who obviously have fine hair in their youth, are bald at 50-60 years of age. In the street, you can see many bald old women! And of course, thin, long oriental nose with a hump. Such a saiga charm can spoil any beauty.
Moreover, about men and boys: they are also very beautiful physically. Bodybuilding is very popular. Men look at each other. They shave or wax their legs, hands, chest and back! (this is a very popular procedure in salons). There are remarkably brave and interesting faces in the mind of the popular Yugoslav actor Gojko Mitich (who played, as a rule, the Comanche Indians). They are not aggressive, calm, rather cautious. Girls are also more rude than men in the conversation.
The body culture is very well developed in Bulgaria. You will find many sports halls, children are massively present in the pools, for example, near our house on the beach, there are two large spa pools open with mineral water. The children practice swimming, water polo, synchronized swimming, diving from the tower all year round. Many people run in the park, beach volleyball competitions are regularly held on the beach. Although strength training, of course, is the most important thing. Many Bulgarian girls are obviously very athletic.
One of the most popular procedures in salons is hair removal. In the list, a complete set of body areas, including the mustache, eyebrows, upper legs and arms, chest, back and buttocks. In conversations with Bulgarian girls, you can often hear something like: I get up in the morning, take a shower, shave my legs and arms, drink coffee, etc. The fight against hair loss is a major concern for Bulgarians.
The second most popular procedure to improve yourself is breast augmentation. In this respect, Bulgaria is clearly ahead of Russia. Bulgarian girls are offered breast augmentations at the end of school. On the beach, one in two Bulgarian girls is topless, and one in two topless girls has artificial breasts. And the implants are obviously obsolete, they don't stand up straight, and under the chest, you can see the scars. Lips are done less often. Well, the result, in general, is terrifying.
As for injections, apparently, they are not very frequent. In Varna, there are only a few salons where organic revitalization with gilauron or botox is suggested. A friend gave me injections of gilauron, there was a little bump on my forehead. This is done in an unprofessional manner.
Now, about hairstyles: no self-respecting Bulgarian beauty will come out without making a beautiful hairstyle with accessories. It's often incredible. Until recently, were popular, for example, duvets in the style of the 60s of the "babette" type. This summer, for whatever reason, "waffles" are in fashion, made with hairdresser's tongs that make hair finely wavy. They are often used under the upper strands to give extra volume to the hairstyle. Or in this way a strand of hair in the hairstyle stands out. This is very often found in very young girls, Bulgarian schoolgirls. In general, giving volume is the main thing. Although, in my opinion, with such beautiful hair, you don't need to be so zealous. Sometimes it seems pretentious. The photo shows an example of solemn arrangements made in the nearest hair salon.
Like many dark-haired people, Bulgarian girls like to become blondes. However, the red pigment in the hair does not produce a decent blonde color, so a variety of silver balms are used, making the color even more artificial. On the trends of modern hairdressing, like shade coloration or the "I just got up" style there and I've never heard of it. But of course, everything that is natural, and supposedly accidental, is mistaken for a lack of care.
The short haircuts here are absurd. You can see them only on foreign women or on men-women, who are too lazy. Bulgarian girls adhere to traditional ideas about femininity. This is despite the fact that Bulgarian society is defined by many as a matriarchy.
Illustration for the relationship between the sexes. We managed to photograph such a beautiful couple on the beach. Needless to say, these two love each other tenderly?
Women are demanding, active, aggressive, stronger than men. They want money from their men. Under no circumstances are feminists. There is a demand for a strong man, and the young Bulgarian herself is not at all submissive, but capricious and demanding, overpriced and with high consumer standards.
And due to the extremely difficult economic situation in the country, men look confused and slightly depressed, as they cannot offer much to their wives.
There are a variety of tattoos that are very popular among Bulgarian women and men. The most popular male decoration is a special weaving warp, such as a thick rope, the thickness of a bicycle warp, the length like a necklace around the neck in silver color. I have noticed this fashion not only in Bulgaria, but in the Balkans in general.
Separately about the manicure. Girls go crazy for that. I don't know how they work with such nails, but I've never seen such a nail design like that over there. By the way, I tried gel varnish (Shellac) four years ago in Bulgaria and when I came to Moscow, I couldn't find a place to remove it for a long time. In Moscow, it appeared much later.
Now, about the shoes. In the photo you are shown a local brand of Sara Pen shoes and haberdashery in a local shopping centre.
Bulgarians have always been able to work well with leather since the time of the Bulgarian Volga Empire. As a result, many shoes are made by themselves. They have created their own design. You will sometimes often encounter different models of forgeries or imitations under Italian models. On the other hand, it is more interesting to look at the local Bulgarian production for the local taste. The high heel and hidden platform are the alpha and omega of the Bulgarian shoe industry. You will meet all styles: gold, silver, buckles, heels, rhinestones, hives, sequins, pearls, cannons, feathers and pieces of fur. In general, it must be seen, it is indescribable. But there are some places that sell simple quality shoes.
Here, for example, are my favorite sandals, which I managed to find in this bacchanal. Obviously, the design is taken from the Italian model, but the quality of the sandal is very decent. This rabid work done according to Bulgarian standards cost 40 euros.
Bulgarians dress very brightly even for everyday life. In other words, bright and colourful shoes are used as "everyday shoes". And the festive clothes go beyond all possible limits. Recently, at the time of graduation, even in the Russian media, scandalous outfits of Bulgarian female graduates have been reported. It was about some toilets. The country is very poor and perhaps that is why people want a bright, catchy, provocative tone, which is associated with prosperity, with luxury. Perhaps, the mentality of the south affects, and the Bulgarians are inexperienced, they have not yet assimilated this gypsy splendour.
I really love this wonderful rural country on the periphery of Europe, still original, intact by global migration, EU standards and global fashion trends. Of course, I wish the Bulgarians prosperity, but may God grant Bulgaria to remain as long as it is and remain serene, a little abandoned.
If you remember, in one of the films on Harry Potter, a team of Bulgarian guys came to the wizard competitions at Hogwarts. They were strange, more Russian than dressed in Bulgarian costume, looking quite different from the indigenous people of the Wizard's School, and all were very beautiful. It seems to me that the Bulgarians were shown in the film for a reason. Bulgaria has a certain mystical reputation in Europe, thanks to the famous clairvoyant Wangge. And also to the herb shop and the Thracian tombs. Anyway, I'm glad to think this place has an unusual strength.