How do you look good? It’s not as hard as you think.
Believe it or not, the secret to looking good is in your wardrobe. Your clothes are your tools. They are the outward sign of your personality. When you walk around in your clothes say: I’m beautiful.
A lot of us feel inadequate when we don’t have the latest designer handbags or high-end shoes. ourselves we feel likeigs are too tight and need to be catered to, needed to be skinny and if we’re lucky enough some of us have supermodel hands or chandelier shaped eyes. The trouble is we don’t like anyone else’s handbag or supermodel shoes so we hide our own.
Well, here’s a secret that most of us have heard or seen in stores or advertised for clothes designing firms; the secret to looking good is in your clothing.
Everyone harbors different preferences and personality. Some people emphasize tiny wrinkles, some people try to emphasize their straight as a raven stick and some people emphasize their brownish thighs. But no one in the world is born with flaws and beautiful legs and face. So no matter how many flaws you may have, if you are healthy personified, most of us will secretly hope for some perfection, because we know how entail pain to keep up a front when you know you’re not going to get it.
Stop for a while and let things cool down. Enjoy the things you have. Because after all, you are worthwhile and they make you gorgeous.
Love yourself and don’t focus on other people. Nobody is going to sit down and pay much attention to the way you’re dressed unless you make yourself appear attractive. People will be drawn to you, if you make yourself more appealing. Why ruin all the good with you?
Look good and feel good. Isn’t this what we mostly worry about? Of course, you will want to look good. But have you ever thought that how you look, inside and out, is a huge part of you? Have you any concept of what it feels like to have a good look? I hope so because whether you like it or not, when you look good, you will feel good.
Feeling good is not as difficult as you think it is. You can easily imagine a nice and sexy couple next to each other, with each one taking turns to flirting and making little movements to keep their partner’s attention. Hair in the perfect style, make-up to perfection, lovely dresses with accuracy, smooth and silky legs – these are features that we usually associate with our favorite celebrities. Though we may not see them every day, we still build up a picture of them in our minds, and sometimes these pictures are very accurate.
I guess sometimes it’s also about how we connect with these people. We may have a plan to meet up after work, or dinner, or a movie. Maybe we didn’t hear enough about that special person, or they didn’t behave that way in person.
But the important thing is that we meet new people every day. We are surrounded by friends, family and co-workers. cherish the moments you take to remember those who have affected you greatly, and who have made you tiny, handsome and beautiful. Remember those who have made a difference in your life.
Finding beauty in all shapes, sizes, ages and genders doesn’t require any special effort, techniques or products. The single most important factor is finding a happy medium between what we expect from ourselves, and what the real world constantly reveals about us. We can spend hours in gyms or create our own program but nothing will stop us from looking like throwback to the good old days.
We spend our hard earned money to remove fat, take care of aches and pains and smooth out wrinkles. But our ugly face keeps telling us that we are not perfect. Or put, we spend time and money to become perfect but still we are not beautiful.
It’s time to realize that the real world looks at us and sees our imperfections. It has nothing to do with whether or not we have makeup on our face. It has nothing to do with whether or not we have the perfect title rolls, perfect hair length and perfect bodyTypes. It has nothing to do whether or not the food we eat is the correct types for our digestive system, or perfectly matches our dietary needs. It has nothing to do whether or not we have had that certain hairstyle for the past decade, or perfectly matches our emotional needs. Because the real world is beyond our control, we might as well embrace the mutability that comes with aging. It might as well be said that the real world marks our progress.
Our greatest endeavor, as adults, should be to learn to take care of ourselves, to become healthier and happier.