“The best part of beautyis that which no picturecan express.” – Sir FrancisBaconWhat makes a girlbeautiful is more than herappearance, size, andshape. Her personality isher true source ofbeauty.
the combination of characteristics or qualities that form an individual’s distinctive character a blend of your temperament, emotions, principles, behavior, communication ability, thoughts, and physical features
Fundamentally impulsive Pleasure seeking Marked by quick but shallow and superficial excitability Sociable Charismatic Tend to enjoy social gatherings and making new friends Tend to be boisterous Quite creative Often daydream Sensitive Compassionate Romantic Chronically late Tend to be forgetful A little sarcastic Talkative Almost shameless Confident
Fundamentally ambitious Leader-like Marked by quick but strong and lasting excitability Aggressive Energetic Passionate Dominating Like to be in charge Either highly organized or disorganized Assertive May fall into deep and sudden depression Prone to mood swings
Fundamentally introverted Thoughtful Marked by quick but slow but deep excitability Overly pondering Considerate Prompt and punctual Highly creative in poetry and the arts Preoccupied with tragedy and cruelty in the world Perfectionists Self-reliant Independent Can get so involved in what they are doing that they forget to think of others
Fundamentally relaxed Quiet Marked by quick but slow and superficial excitability May be warmly attentive to lazily sluggish Tend to be content with themselves Kind Accepting Affectionate Receptive Shy Prefer stability to uncertainty and change Consistent Relaxed Calm Rational Curious Observant May be passive-aggressive
“Beauty captures attention, but personality captures the heart.”
Personality development plays a significantrole in three most important aspects of ourlife: Social Relationships Family Relationships Professional Relationships
“Total personality development is true education.”
Daily bath or shower. Use of deodorants and anti-perspirants. Regular hair and nail grooming. Daily change into fresh, clean, and well- pressed clothes. Brushing of teeth two or three times daily, as well as the regular use of mouthwash and dental floss. Periodic dental check-up. Well-trimmed and clean nails.
Cleanse, tone, and moisturize daily. Apply products with a light touch. Keep hair away from the face. Have a balanced diet. Avoid too much sun exposure. Never sleep without cleaning the face.
Dress smartly. Do not torture yourself by trying to fit in clothes not of your size, in an attempt to look great. Be realistic about your body shape. Appreciate what you have and dress to highlight your figure. Do not go with fashion trends at the cost of your comfort. Remember: You make the clothes, not the other way around.
Go Vintage. Be sale savvy. Accessorize. Concentrate on basics (black pants with a simple cut, well-cut white cotton blend T-shirt). Wash with common sense. Use selective and smart shopping tactics. Before forking over your hard-earned money for any new garment, ask yourself these questions: 1. What three things can I wear this item with? 2. What three places can I wear this item to? 3. What three ways can I accessorize this item?
Basic Versatile Trend-proof; always in season Flexible Your wardrobe foundation Style savers Outfit multipliers/”wardrobe capsule” Outfit fixers Neutral
Think tall Chin parallel to the ground Eyes forward Lengthen neck Arms rounded Abdomen and buttocks in Pull torso up Lift chest Ears and shoulders in line
When standing straight up, make sure that your weight is evenly distributed on your feet.
Practice aligning your ears, shoulders, and hips in front of the mirror.
Perform exercises that strengthen the muscles across your upper back and shoulders.
Take ballet classes through a performing arts school.
Do yoga, which is excellent for posture. Yoga willwork your core muscles by making them stronger, allowing you to keep a proper body alignment.
Align back with the back of the office chair. Do not slouch or lean forward, and keep shoulders straight. Make sure that your neck, back, and heels are all aligned. Keep both feet flat on the floor.
Stand with weight mostly on the balls of the feet. Do not lock your knees. Keep feet about shoulder-width apart. Let arms hang naturally down the sides of the body. Tuck the chin in a little to keep the head level. Stand straight with shoulders upright.
Keep the head up and eyes looking straight ahead. Do not push your head forward. Keep shoulders properly aligned with the rest of the body. Do not shuffle your feet or walk with your head bowed down. Stride. Tread softly and straight. Display elegance with style. Avoid walking lazily, hastily, or in an awkward way. Carry yourself like a royalty.
Step one. Posture is very important. Stand with your chest out, stomach in, and butt out. Step two. Imagine that there’s a hanger holding you up. Keep your shoulders back. Pretend there’s a string pulling you up. You must feel a strain in your lower back. Step three. Your feet must be slightly pointing outward. Then your next step must land right in front of your other foot. The length of your stride will depend upon how fast you want to walk. Step four. Swing your arms a little. Don’t stick them to your hips or you’ll look too stiff. You can rest your hands on your hips as you walk if the outfit calls for it. Step five. Keep telling yourself: I am beautiful.
You don’t have to be a model to feel like one. If you want to add flair to you walk, watch the models on FTV. You’ll only be able to pull this off if you feel the confidence and the beauty inside you. Modeling is 70% confidence and 30% skill and beauty. If you feel beautiful, it will shine through.
Always bend at the knees, not at the waist. Use the leg and stomach muscles for lifting, not the lower back. Keep large or heavy objects close to the chest when carrying them. Switch arms frequently if you are carrying something with only one arm. When carrying a backpack, avoid leaning forward or round the shoulders.
Use a firm mattress for proper back support. Try to sleep on your back. (Sleeping on the side will damage your posture eventually.) Use a pillow to provide proper support and alignment for the head and shoulders. Consider putting a rolled-up towel under the neck and a pillow under the knees to better support the spine.
Achieve a lovely carriage through poise and a graceful stance Inner confidence can also increase through physical assurance and outward confidence. Succeed in visual poise, and you shall succeed in the other aspects of personality development.
Proxemics: the term used to describe the distance between people as they interact. The closer the people can comfortably stand while interacting can be an indicator of the intimacy of the relationship.
Intimate distance (6 to 18 inches) Personal distance (1.5 to 4 feet) Social distance (4 to 12 feet) Public distance (12 to 25 feet)
Talk with confidence. Speak clearly and forcefully. Be careful that you have a good command on the language you speak. Don’t make grammatical mistakes. Give extra care to your pronunciation. Speak in style.
Family Interests/hobbies Happy news about mutual friends News items that are light, interesting, and easy Positive news about the economy A recent documentary or TV show Plays or movies Ways to assist others
Opinions about religion Political issues Negative comments about others News items that are very tragic, negative, and personal Diseases/illnesses Gory and disgusting details Personal information
Display of manners is very imperative in socialization. Style goes hand in hand with manners.
Connect with the other person’s hand, web-to- web. A firm handshake is a professional handshake. Eye contact is essential. Greet others with a smile, say your name clearly, and use the other person’s name as much as you can.
Present the person with lesser authority to the person with greater authority. Say the name of the person with greater authority first.
Remember names and use them. Say “please”, “thank you”, “excuse me”, “you’re welcome”, at every opportunity. Show interest; talk about them and not about yourself. Ask questions about them. It will make them feel that you are sincere. Be genuine. People will know when you’re not. Show respect for other’s opinions. Speak in positive terms. Never criticize, complain, or condemn. Build trust. Do what you promise. Look for the best in other people. Respect yourself and you will be respected by others.
The experience of “beauty” is highly subjective. It often involves the interpretation of some entity as being in balance and harmony with nature. Beauty, as the cliché goes, is in the eye of the beholder.
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A positive attitudeis everything.Carry yourselfupright with grace,believe in yournatural charm, andlove yourself.
“People are like stained-glass windows. Theysparkle and shine when the sun is out, but when thedarkness sets in, their true beauty is revealed only ifthere is a light from within.” --Elizabeth Kubler-Ross
Time-tested Beauty Tips by Sam Levenson FOR ATTRACTIVE LIPS Speak words of kindness.
Time-tested Beauty Tips by Sam Levenson FOR LOVELY EYES Seek out the good in people.
Time-tested Beauty Tips by Sam Levenson FOR A SLIM FIGURE Share your food with the hungry.
Time-tested Beauty Tips by Sam Levenson FOR BEAUTIFUL HAIR Let a child run his or her fingers through it once a day.
Time-tested Beauty Tips by Sam Levenson FOR POISE Walk with the knowledge that youll never walk alone.
Time-tested Beauty Tips by Sam Levenson People, even more than things, have to be restored, renewed, revived, reclaimed, and redeemed; Never throw out anybody.
Time-tested Beauty Tips by Sam Levenson Remember, if you ever need a helping hand, youll find one at the end of your arm.
Time-tested Beauty Tips by Sam Levenson As you grow older, you will discover that you have two hands, one for helping yourself, the other for helping others.
Time-tested Beauty Tips by Sam Levenson The beauty of a woman is not in the clothes she wears, the figure that she carries, or the way she combs her hair. The beauty of a woman must be seen from in her eyes, because that is the doorway to her heart, the place where love resides.
Time-tested Beauty Tips by Sam Levenson The beauty of a woman is not in a facial mole, but true beauty in a woman is reflected in her soul. It is the caring that she lovingly gives, the passion that she shows, and the beauty of a woman with passing years only grows!