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How to look gorgeous



How to look gorgeous, How to look naturally beautiful


Take care of everyday upkeep. 
Scheduling time for hygiene makes sure you get it done, and (even better) helps you see yourself as a priority. Here are some basic guidelines:


​Wash your face twice a day. Even if you're exhausted at night, try to at least take off your makeup and use a moisturizer to clean your face.
Brush your teeth at least twice per day. This is very important to mantain your mouth healthy. Don't brush more than that because the enamel on your teeth will start to wear and his is not something good. Try to floss every night, as well.
Shower once a day, at least. That doesn't mean you have to wash your hair once a day , but your body should be cleaned daily and also prevent unpleasant smell .
Take care of your nails. Nails should be trimmed at least once a week; if you want, you can even try a Manicure or Pedicure. If you don't have time just clean them.
Remove unwanted body hair regularly. Plucking eyebrows, shaving legs and armpits, and getting rid of other stray hairs doesn't have to be part of your beauty routine. 

Get split ends trimmed every 6 to 8 weeks, and touch up any highlights or color around the same time. Here are some other ways to improve your locks:

Choose a colour and a hairstyle that suits your face shape. How you wear your hair can highlight different parts of your face, so choose a style that brings out what you like the most. For instance, if you have sharp cheekbones and a wide jaw, wearing your hair pulled back will make these more prominent, whereas flowing layers will make a round face seem longer. You can try braiding the side of your braid for a half shaved look, do a messy ponytail, fishtail braid or curl it. Heat may damage it so try using the headband method.
Don't wash your hair every day. Unless you have baby-fine hair that's thin and gets weighed down easily, consider washing your hair every other day instead. On the between day, use a boar-bristle brush to move the tiny bit of oil through your hair — it will make it look shiny and bouncy.
Avoid over-styling your hair. everyday. One or two days a week, give your hair a break. The heat can damage your hair and make it look brittle.

Make your face look more fantastic. Even if your hair and your clothes are just OK, how you take care of your face can take you from "pretty" to "drop-dead gorgeous." Here's how to make the most of you:

Get glowing skin. In addition to washing and moisturizing twice a day, avoid breakouts by keeping your hands away from your face and sleeping on clean pillowcases.  For a quick overnight fix, crush a few uncoated aspirin tablets , mix with a few drops of water, and leave the paste on any zits while you sleep.
Shape your brows. Start by only plucking a few hairs, then see how it looks and remove more from there if necessary. For less painful plucking, avoid doing it during the week before your period. Or, you can hold ice cubes on your skin for a minute before you start tweezing.
Wear makeup that suits your face. Check out some of the tutorials in How to Apply Makeup, or visit a department store for a consultation. 
Follow the eyes-or-lips rule. If you wear makeup, focus the drama on either your eyes or your lips — not both. If you have a great pucker and wear red lipstick to make it look amazing, skip the heavy eyeliner and eyeshadow, and do one coat of mascara. If you want to highlight your eyes, go easy on the lips with a light stain or chapstick. Blusher works well too but not over the top!
Be yourself Don't try to be someone you're not. A boy or girl should like you for who you are not about what you look like. Just maintain good hygiene and you're good to go.


   Wear what looks good on you. What suits another drop-dead gorgeous girl might not look great on you, and vice versa. The good news: guessing what probably looks good on you is easier than you think. Try these tips:

Decide whether you should wear according to warm or cool tones. Wearing the right color can make your skin glow, while the wrong one can make it look washed out . The best way to do this is looking at the inside of       your wrist under bright light — do your veins look blue or green under your skin? If it's green, wear warms; if it's blue, you'll probably look better in cools.


Tone up. 
​Exercising regularly will make your physique look better, it'll also boost your confidence and your endorphins. Tr ti make some time to exercise for at least 30 minutes, three or four times per week, or get involved in an athletic sport.

Get plenty of sleep. 
​Sleeping too little gives you red, baggy eyes and a lackluster physical presence. Studies have also proven that sleeping too little causes overeating and weakens your immune system.

  Warm colors include bright yellows, yellow-based reds and greens, browns, gold, cream and
​anything with a yellow or orange tint to it.
Cold colors are made up of "jewel tones" such as deep purples, blues, and greens, black, white, and "cool" pastels with blue tones.

Take a glance at what is in your closet. Chances are, you already gravitate toward colors that look good on you — and it's OK to stick to those.
Make sure your clothes fit. They should covering you without being baggy, and be fitted without squeezing too tightly. If a lot of your clothes are bigger than you'd like, take them to a seamstress or tailor to    be altered — individual pieces shouldn't cost much. 


How to Look Naturally Beautiful

      Eat healthy. Foods like fish,
   fresh  fruits, and vegetables. You can still eat other foods but lower the intake of fat, sugar, and calories. Some foods have empty calories. Avoid them as much as possible. Try not to eat too much junk food such as potato chips, pizza, cookies, cakes, etc. They are bad for you and your health.

Don't starve yourself or try to force your body to be thinner than it naturally is; it won't work in the long run and you could end up  with serious health problems. Eat a healthy     diet that includes fruit, vegetables,             protein, and enough water.

       Consume healthy liquids.        Make sure to take plenty of water each day. Water flushes away the toxins and gives your skin that natural glow. Avoid drinking too many caffeinated drinks and minimize alcohol intake.

       Get plenty of fresh air and              do lots of regular exercise. Both will   give you a healthy glow. Exercise ensures fitness, releases pent-up energy that can be exhausting to deal with otherwise and revitalize you. Exercise is an ideal way to reduce the frown lines!
Exercise on a regular basis to maintain your level of fitness. Try to get at least 30-60 minutes of cardio a day. Add some strength training to get toned, sit-ups, push-ups, weightlifting. Mix it up until you find something you like. Don't forget to also mix up your routine, if it becomes too normal  your body will get used to it. You                should know when you feel your     best .

       
Get at least 8 hours of sleep each night.