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Most women all over the world are interested in improving their appearance. Here are some passages for those who care and wish to make the best of themselves — of their features, their skin and theirfigure.
What you have got to realise, however, is that true beauty is not just a matter of having a pretty face. It is much more.
Real beauty is the self-awareness that makes you. It is having sparkle, poise, serenity and confidence. It is having an awareness that makes everyone you come in contact with feel that you are a very special and attractive person. It is radiance that comes from good health.
Beauty is being able to make the best of yourself.
Putting it another way — there really are no plain people in this world. Undoubtedly some may have better features than others, but then, very very few of us can claim to come up to the current standards of plastic beauty.
Each one of us can, or is, at least, capable of improving oneself, and exuding the radiant glow of an attractive and confident person.
A careless attitude about yourself and an abuse of the body are quickly followed by fading and weakness, whereas careful nurturing will prolong the years of youthfulness, beauty and comfort.
Give proper care to your body, and you can be vitally alive as well as stay attractive all your life.
Remember, nothing you do is going to perform any magical change overnight. Any of the treatments you follow for body care has to be regularly repeated in order to give it a fair chance to work.
As health and beauty go hand in hand, check on the list of questions listed below to see if you qualify to be a member of the healthy group.
1. Do you have a good posture? There should be no sagging in the middle or drooping in the shoulders.;
2. Are your eyes clear?
3. Do you have a happy facial expression that is alive and lacks strain?
4. Are you fussy about your food? Do you eat well?
5. Do you sleep well?
6. Is the colour of your skin healthy?
7. Are your teeth in good condition?
8. Do you take a lively interest in living?
9. Finally — do you give the general impression of good health and vigour?
The answers to all the questions except the first part of question 4 should be an emphatic YES. However, if out of the ten "yes" answers you score right with seven to eight questions, you should be in fairly good health.
You need a full-length mirror so that you can look at yourself critically from the head to toe, keep a check on your figure and examine your posture.
Healthy eyes have a sparkle about them that is quite irresistible. Like your skin, fair and shining, clear eyes indicate good health. If you suffer ill-health or feel emotionally or physically low, your eyes become dull and strained-looking.
Sleep is very vital for clear healthy eyes. You need at an average at least eight hours of sleep in a day, without it, your eyes become dull, puffy and red. Dark circles also appear.
CHOOSING A HAIR STYLE.
The style that you choose for your hair should depend on the type of hair you have and on the shape of your face.
However fashions may fluctuate, there are certain rules that do not change. Keep these in mind before you choose the style.
Keep fine hair short and fluffy.
Hair that is medium or coarse takes most styles well.
Heavy or thick hair must not be kept very long, as it does not hang well.
Study the shape of the face by severely drawing back all your hair. Remember, the right hair style can make you look more attractive by drawing attention away from your physical flaws towards your more attractive features.
Keep your hair fairly short — long hair tends to "pull down" your whole appearance. Go in for width at the temple — it helps to "broaden" your face. Fringes look good as they help to "shorten" the face.
Softness at the temples and fullness just below ear level suits a heart-shaped face best. Avoid a centre parting because it tends to emphasise your pointed chin.
Fringes and curls flicked forward help to soften "corners". Cut your hair short at the temples. Avoid a severe hair style.
The ideal hair length is just below chin level. Choose a straightish style with a centre parting. Avoid fringes, curls or waves.
An oval face can take most hair styles well. However, do keep your age and personality in mind.
Give width to temples and keep hair off the forehead. Short hair looks best.
Quite possibly you have an imperfect skin or imperfect features. But do not despair. Make-up applied well can do wonders for your appearance.
Perfect skin and perfect features are exceedingly rare. Most models in the glamorous beauty and fashion magazines have in fact quite unremarkable faces. It is make-up that makes them look so eye-catching and glamorous.
If, however, you are one of the rare and lucky ones to have a perfect skin and perfect features, remember that good make-up can make you absolutely beautiful.
Everyday make-up should look completely natural. Its primary object should be to correct colour faults of the complexion, disguise imperfections and accentuate good features.
When your skin is healthy and absolutely clean, make-up can, and should be kept light. Radiance, rather than a pink and white prettiness, should be your aim.
Use less make-up all the time for a fresher and younger look.
(Extract from "The Piper Book of Beauty" by Chodev)
I. Read the passage and say what you think of it.
II. Choose advice which suit your type of face adding advice of your own if necessary.
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