Vision: It’s no
secret that a fitter body appeals more to the human eye, but
nevertheless, every body type can be accentuated to look the best it
possibly can. Lots of factors like colour, shape, cut, length and
patterns need to be taken into consideration. Dressing according to your
body type helps hide the flaws and bring out the positives in your
appearance. Also, a keen eye for colour combinations that work well
helps a great deal.
Picking a haircut that suits
you is more difficult than it is made out to be. This is one situation
where simply following fads can lead to disastrous results. The most
important factor to consider is the shape of your face. Some simple tips
for the most common face types are as follows: Oval face:
This shape is considered ideal for most hairstyles, but it is
recommended to avoid heavy bangs or uneven hairstyles. Square face:
Avoid styles that part in the centre and stick to layered cuts for this
face type. It is also advised to keep the hair away from the forehead as
much as possible. Round face: Shorter hairstyles suit this
face type. It is all about getting a balanced look while picking a style
that enough hair on the sides to smooth the edges and reduce the round
appearance. Also, stay away from these common errors when it comes to a
good hairstyle and you should be sailing smooth with the wind in your
Your mannerisms account for a lot : They
include the way you walk, sit, stand and even gesture. Confidence
inspires the best mannerisms, because you tend to act the way you feel
most comfortable and that confidence is clearly visible to anyone
Apart from the more obvious aspects of your clothes and
hair, it is very important to pay attention to your toe and finger
nails. Not only do long nails look bad, but the dirt that collects
underneath, although minimal, reflects a very poor sense of hygiene.
Similarly, the spaces between the toes accumulate dirt quickly and
should be cleaned regularly.
Smell: Some critics might forgive a bad sense of
clothing, but a smell that puts one off is quite hard to erase from
memory. It could be the result of something you ate or a recent workout
or just poor hygiene. Whatever the cause, banish the odour, you must!
Basic hygiene usually takes care of most odour related problems. Wash
your mouth immediately after eating, shower after a workout and lather
up as frequently as you think necessary based on how much you sweat. The
fresh smell of soap and powder is hard to beat. But when the occasion
demands a little extra something, knowing how to pick the right
fragrance will take you a long way.
Another aspect of the odour
factor include your clothes and accessories. Jeans can withstand
multiple uses but avoid doing the same with other clothes. A gentle wash
with a fragrant detergent gives that freshness to your clothes. Do not
ignore even the tiniest of smudges for that crisp look.
Do not overuse hand gestures and facial expressions. Your
words should be enough to express your emotions in most situations.
Excessive gesturing shows lack of confidence in oneself and a craving