Simple Tips To Look Your Best During The Holidays!
By Kenia Morales
Children and adults anxiously wait for the Christmas season eagerly. The reason why this happens is because we have so many wonderful memories about the holidays. The aroma of the delicious food in the air, the happy Christmas carols, the beautiful decorations, the gift exchanges, and most importantly the smiles in the faces of our loved ones are all contributors to the whole joyous phenomena. This is the time of the year were family and friends officially get together. So, it is not unlikely that some family members would travel thousands of miles just to celebrate the season with the people that they love the most. Since, you are going to be around loved ones then why not try to look your best. Below are some simple tips that will improve your physical appearance. Soon, you will have several compliments going your way.
Water glow; drink at least eight glasses of water to keep skin hydrated, and glowing.
Beauty rest; when a person is tired they will most likely feel irritated, and tired, less likely to look attractive. Get plenty of rest!
Clothing; avoid wearing oversize clothing, and keep it well pressed.
.Accessorize; There are so many wonderful accessories that you can wear. You can wear a great necklace and earrings set, a nice belt and shoes, a handbag, a great pin, nice rings, a hat etc. Use your imagination. Just make sure you do not over accessorize.
Stand straight; it will help you look confident, slimmer and a couple of inches taller.
Wear make up; but do not over do it.
Healthy hair gloss; wash, and condition hair regularly; use anti- frizz hair products for instant luster.
Maintain eye contact; look more confident and give others your undivided attention.
Smile; "smile is an inexpensive way to change your looks." By Charles Gordy
About The Author
Kenia Morales is the publisher of online magazine http://kpatra.com "For Every Aspect of Today's Woman. Visit her site to find a variety of women related issues and topics" click here http://kpatra.com/keniascolumn.htm to read more inspirational articles written by her.
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