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So I think its kinda hard to think about beauty and looking beautiful and not think about who we‘re looking bea-yoo-eeful for!  

I mean, of course ultimately, we are looking beautiful for ourselves...but lets face it, its really helpful if our men agree that we look fabulous!  

Beauty is, without a doubt, something that radiates from within. And there is nothing that can brighten and enhance a face that glows from within like a bit of makeup and a great outfit!  

My friend told me about this hilarious book which lends some interesting insight. This guy makes a great point about how many women have the bad habit of dressing more for other women then for men. He explains that by saying that often trendy clothes aren’t sexy, they don’t show a woman’s curves or emphasize the feminine shape. He says that when we get dressed, we should give some thought to wearing what a man might think is beautiful as well.....if that is who we want to attract. Men are visual creatures, after all.  You can pick up The Man-ual by Steve Santagati at Amazon.



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    • 0 votes vote up vote up

      Stephanie wrote May 11, 2008
    • I dress for myself and only myself! Makes me feel good!

      I have a question. Lately, with this constant changing weather, my skin is drying up. As soon as I smile after I moisturize, I can expect the dryness to reappear within minutes...

      this is a big problem when I am applying make up, because the dryness combined with makeup creates lines around my mouth...

      any tips?



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