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Transcript of quinceañera/sweet 16
Quinceañera Make-Up & Hairdo
El ultimo juguete/doll
A quinceanera celebration relies on on symbolism to represent the important step from childhood and adulthood.
Among Latinos in the United States, Quinceanera also is the name given to coming- of- age celebration on a girl's 15th birthday. Quinceanera has it orgins many centuries ago when both boys and girls participated in rites of passage.
Did you know?
The word quinceanera is derived from the spanish word quince for 15 and anos for years.
The quinceanera is one of a few universal Lation American occasions, celebrated from Mexico to Argentina.
Although the tadicions is evolving with U.S Latinas, quinceaneras remain very common among second and third generation Hispanic girls.
The corona (tiara) symbolizes that the quinceanera is a princess in the eyes of god. It can also represent the achievement of leaving childhood and the strength to face upcoming challenges.
quinceañera/ sweet 16