“Heels and red lipstick will put the fear of God into people” – Dita Von Teese
“There is a shade of red for every woman” – Audrey Hepburn
Red lipstick is very iconic. Somehow it’s become so iconic that now it’s borderline intimidating to many women though. Some think that their lips are too thin for red lipstick or that the classic Old Hollywood style red lips just live a life of their own, separate from their face. Today I’ve decided to debunk all of these myths and give you solid ideas on how you can find your own shade and style of red lips. Let’s start!
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You, whoever you are reading this, are amazing. And nope, I don’t mean it in a cheesy way – I truly believe that every person has something unique and valuable to offer to the world. I am convinced that everyone needs to embrace who they are and always compare themselves to themselves as they were yesterday – not other people.
I would be silly of me to deny the evolutionary benefit of comparing ourselves to others. As social animals, we learn all kinds of things by comparing ourselves to others, however when this natural reaction becomes the reason why you feel inferior to other people and lose faith in yourself, something needs to be done.
Here are 5 practical tips (can’t stand those ‘just try to focus on what you like about yourself’ advice) how to stop comparing yourself to others in a way that causes you stress and harms your confidence.
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“I am learning all the time. The tombstone will be my diploma”
— Eartha Kitt
Eartha Kitt. I think the words ‘unstoppable force’ and ‘survivor’ are the first thing that comes to mind when I read about her, see her performances, or watch her interviews. For me, she’s the one who leaves all role models behind with her perseverance, grit, energy, honesty, courage, and spirit. Her unique and powerful energy is obvious even from the way she performed in shows and movies same as in her photographs. This post is a tribute to this admirable and fascinating woman.
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Dita Von Teese is a living piece of art. She is elegant, chic, classy, and sensual. Her sense of style is polished and immediately recognizeable. But it’s not her appearance or outer beauty that make her a true icon of our time – in my opinion, it wouldn’t be even nearly enough. It’s her personality, views, and actions that make me respect and admire her. Continue reading “Dita Von Teese: 5 Things That Make Her An Icon”
If you’re looking for a new hobby, then this list could be just what you’re looking for. I like to switch my hobbies quite often, so my favorites are those that don’t require too much of an investment. So these are unconventional hobbies you can do on a budget. Let’s start! Continue reading “10 Unconventional Hobby Ideas You’ll Love (On A Budget)”
We all have those days when nothing seems to go right from the moment we get out of bed. Or maybe someone makes a nasty remark which completely ruins the mood. Today I share with you 7 ways to make yourself feel better (almost) instantly. Let’s start! Continue reading “How to Instantly Improve Your Mood: 7 Unusual Ways That Actually Work”
I notice a great deal of confusion about Kibbe’s body type system, especially when it comes to Yin and Yang. The understanding of these two forces is crucial for defining one’s type and place on the Yin-Yang scale. Quite often such absolutely different types as Soft Classic and Soft Natural, or even Soct Classic and Soft Dramatic are being confused. This stems undoubtedly from the lack of understanding of how Yin and Yang work in our features in Kibbe’s body type system. I’m not a Kibbe expert – the only expert is David Kibbe himself, but I’m presenting this topic following his views. So let’s clarify it.
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These are 5 quotes that I wish I would re-read every day to keep myself focused. Continue reading “5 Quotes That I Want to Remember Every Day”