Because autumn is coming to a close and winter is getting close, it’s time to rid our wardrobes of clothing and accessories that have been worn too many times by too many women. This list contains the items that should be avoided on the days when you’re striving to look your best.
The goal of facial enhancement is always to mimic natural beauty and youth. With the advances of fillers, botox and non-surgical skin tightening devices it is no surprise why they are so popular. The surgical facelift has been around for more than 100 years however, newer techniques and approaches, such as blending and filling (more than just pulling), have continuously improved the overall results.
We’re constantly inspired by the seemingly effortless glamour of Hollywood (knowing that there are small armies of experts behind each outfit) and even more so with fashion and beauty blogs, as well as social media. With constantly changing trends and influences from all over, it can get overwhelming. But every morning we face our reality: a full wardrobe and nothing to wear. That’s why knowing the fundamentals of style are key to creating the perfect outfit, allowing us to get the most out of each ensemble, without the stress, mistakes and frustration that sometimes result from it. Your personal style should enhance your best features, not work against you.
Most probably you have experienced one of those days when everyone compliments you on how radiant you look? How about the opposite, when people are asking if you are feeling ill? Chances are that you were wearing a flattering color in the first case and the very wrong color in the second. The right color can do wonders for one’s appearance, brightening eyes and evening skin tone, for example. On the other hand, wearing an inappropriate color tends to cast dark shadows across the face, emphasizing lines that show age, and dulling the complexion, leading to more fussing and mussing with makeup, accessories and hair to look great.