By Jessica Abercrombie
An abstract term that describes more than aesthetics, beauty often fills the shoes of self-image. Beauty can be more satisfying than a pair of Louboutin’s or a quilted Chanel clutch, and it produces an equally gratifying byproduct: confidence. The sexiest thing a woman can wear, confidence exudes from those whom elegantly balance the scales of both glamorous and effortless beautification. Feeling as equally secure in a scintillating Oscar de la Renta gown as in a cozy pair of shapeless sweats proves to be at times difficult but certainly possible for any fabulously determined woman!
Below are three steps toward embracing natural beauty:
1. Got It, Flaunt It: Play up anatomical gems like gorgeous lengthy gams or glowingly flawless skin by wearing clothing, accessories, makeup and beauty products that reveal your fav assets. For example, highlight your model-long legs by giving a few careful swipes of your razor, snagging a bright pair of short shorts and high heels, and parading around town, putting your best foot (or both legs) forward. If you are fortuitous enough to have unblemished skin, there is no need to wear any more makeup than what is included in a few brush strokes of mascara and a dollop of lip gloss. Be excited about the gorgeous body and features you have and don’t be afraid to push boundaries with your comfortability!
2. Say No to Flaw Pas: There are fashion faux pas and there are poor styling selections, but there is no such thing as a beauty flaw. Your va-va-voom curves are a tangible paradigm of your sense of femininity, so, wear a snug, skin-tight dress, and put your glamorously feminine body on display. Don’t let your boyish figure hold you back from exposing your lovely shoulders, or waste time straightening your naturally curly locks. You have large breasts? Where a low cropped top. You have small breasts? Wear an even lower cut blouse. So long as you master class and flirt with bold styles your beauty will never lead you astray. Embrace your imperfections because they characterize our individuality, and they make us all perfect as we are.
3. Personality Counts: The most visually pleasing person in the world will become shamefully unattractive if his or her personality doesn’t reflect their outer beauty. Much as you take great care to look after your physical appearance, it is similarly imperative to maintain a beautiful personality. An unkempt personality will tarnish your stunningly attractive image and will do you no good in your quest to be fabulous. As the adage so truthfully goes: beauty comes from within!