10 Most Influential Women in History


are often left out of history, but play integral roles in it. We’re
here to take the narrative back and tell her-story as it was intended
to be told. These ladies paved the way for our greatness, so let’s
give them a nod of respect.

Lady Diana

known for her philanthropy and desire to better the world around her,
Diana was the first wife of Prince Charles. Although she as famous
for her wedding which was viewed by over 700 million people, she
became just as synonymous with her charity for sick children, and
awareness raised for banning landmines, HIV/AIDS, and mental illness.

Lady Diana | 10 Most Influential Women in History | Her Beauty

Coco Chanel

fashion designer Coco Chanel didn’t aways have it easy – after a
tough childhood in France, she rose to frame and went on to dress
other influential women in her iconic suits worn by the likes of
Jackie Onassis, which combined the grace of femininity with the
silent strength of womanhood.

 Coco Chanel | 10 Most Influential Women in History | Her Beauty

Anne Frank

survivor of the holocaust and a Dutch Jewish author, Anne Frank’s
diary became famous worldwide once published, chronicling her
experiences as a 13-year old girl forced into a secret hiding place
who had to grow up much earlier than she was supposed to. Regardless
of all she suffered, she believed that people are “really good at

Anne Frank | 10 Most Influential Women in History | Her Beauty

Marie Curie

full name was Marie Sklodowska Curie, and she changed the world by
inventing radioactivity, which then launched research for cancer
cures. She also happened to be the first woman to win a Nobel Prize,
and the first person ever to win a second Nobel Prize!

Marie Curie | 10 Most Influential Women in History | Her Beauty

Hellen Keller

American social activist became blind and dead at the tender age of
19 months. However, this wasn’t a setback for Helen. Instead, she
fiercely campaigned on the behalf of blind and deaf people all over,
helping those who experienced the same struggle and becoming an
inspiration to all.


Hellen Keller | 10 Most Influential Women in History | Her Beauty

Mother Teresa

an Albanian, Roman Catholic nun, Mother Teresa lived in India for
most of her life, founding the Missionaries of Charity which brought
many nuns who took many vows, the most famous of which was free
service to the poor. This mission came to more than 130 countries,
helping the homeless and dying all over.

Mother Teresa | 10 Most Influential Women in History | Her Beauty

Rosa Parks

1955, Ms. Par became the first African American woman by refusing to
give up her bus seat for a white person. This protest was supported
by many but landed her in jail. This was a small price for Parks who
ended up launching the civil rights moment.

 Rosa Parks | 10 Most Influential Women in History | Her Beauty

Frida Kahlo

might just know Frida for her unibrow, but her strikingly stunning
works explored class, identity, and gender in conjunction with her
nation’s history like never before. She’s not only a hero in the
art world, but in LGBT and feminist circles as well.

Frida Kahlo | 10 Most Influential Women in History | Her Beauty

Amelia Earhart

Earhart found her passion for aviation young – at just 25, she
broke the women’s altitude record, soaring high at 14,000 feet. Just
11 years later, she became the first woman to fly across the Atlantic
alone, and from them, began to break flying records all over the

Amelia Earhart | 10 Most Influential Women in History | Her Beauty

Marilyn Monroe

Some might just consider Marilyn Monroe to be a va-va-voom glamour girl, but she’s also an iconic legal in film through her photogenic looks and sophisticated aura. Plus, she gave a good name to curvy girls all over, reminding them that you don’t have to look like a stick to feel beautiful!

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