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Look Stunning: A Practical Guide About How To Be Beautiful: Secrets Of Femmes Fatales, #6

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355 pagine
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Pubblicato:
Nov 15, 2016
ISBN:
9781540172563
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We all want to be beautiful.

No matter who we are, where we fall in the social structure, or how much money we have, we all share a desire to do our best as often as we can and to look as amazing as possible.

Now, with this fabulous box-set of books, you will achieve your aims.

Have the look you've always wanted!

 

Inside the pages of this incredibly great value box-set you can discover:

- The importance of having your own style

- Perfume, jewelry and accessories advice

- Healthy habits guide

- Tips for great hair, skin and nails

- All about makeup

- Why you should have some great photos of yourself

- Tips for getting the best shots

- And much, much more…

Looking great is an important part of our lives. The increased feelings of happiness and contentment we get from looking our best, goes a long way to improving our state of mind as well as our physical appearance.

With "Look Stunning: A Practical Guide About How to Be Beautiful" you have the complete set of books which will tackle every aspect of your looks and have you at your best, every time you leave the house.

 

Get your copy now! A more beautiful you are within your grasp...

 

This box set includes the following eBooks:

1. HE LOVES YOUR STYLE

2. HEALTH & BEAUTY HABITS

3. MAKEUP MATTERS

4. HOW TO LOOK GREAT IN PHOTOS
 

 

Pubblicato:
Nov 15, 2016
ISBN:
9781540172563
Formato:
Libro

Informazioni sull'autore

www.saharasanders.com Sahara Sanders is a modern writer of several genres.  She is originally from Europe, perceiving herself a citizen of the world. You will find insightful psychological analyses, informational advice, travel guides, novels, poems—reading material for adults and teens—among her numerous books. Sahara speaks five languages and writes books in three of them. English is not native to her, but it is one of her favorites—that’s why, even having only been self-educated in the language, she reached a high level of fluency and was able to work as an interpreter for many years. She has extensive experience in managing different kinds of businesses. Her interests include: writing, psychology, philosophy, quantum physics, traveling, cultures of the world, gardening, the art of bouquet-making, landscape and interior design, pets, photography, modeling, and other different hobbies that can be used as tools and methods to learn about, express and describe at least some of the wondrous beauty of life for those who were born on this planet. 

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LOOK STUNNING!

A PRACTICAL GUIDE ABOUT HOW TO BE BEAUTIFUL

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Secrets of Femmes Fatales

By Sahara Sanders

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2) HEALTH & BEAUTY HABITS

3) MAKEUP MATTERS

4) HOW TO LOOK GREAT IN PHOTOS

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HE LOVES YOUR STYLE

A Practical Guide About How to Dress Beautifully

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LOOK STUNNING!

Secrets of Femmes Fatales

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CONTENTS:

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PREFACE

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The Importance of Having Your Own Style

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1) Fashion Trends Throughout the Centuries

1.1 History of Costume

1.2 How Hats, Bags and Jewelry Have Changed

1.3 The Evolution of Footwear Around the World

1.4 Today’s Fashion

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2) The Phenomenon of Matching

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3) Your Personal Hair Style

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4) Choosing the Right Perfume for Yourself

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5) Jewelry and Accessories

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6) How to Organize Your Wardrobe

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The Importance of Having Your Own Style
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Style allows you to express yourself without ever having to say a word. Your clothing, your shoes, your accessories and your makeup all work together in speaking for you. You can make a first impression without even introducing yourself. The way you dress can impact your social interactions and even your professional success. Since so much of communication is nonverbal, you need to make sure that the way you look is in line with the way you feel.

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Dressing for Success

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Think about a job interview, an important meeting, or a special occasion. You want to be taken seriously, and you need to thoroughly express your value. There’s a reason why you don’t wear sweatpants and slippers out – and dressing for success is the reason. Your outfit says a lot about you, and in a professional context, it does a lot of the talking.

Are you a determined go-getter, or a casual and pragmatic worker? It shows in the way you present yourself. Something like a pantsuit and a small bag shows that you’re prepared for anything. A fitted suit and intense shoes shows that you’re confident and ready to take on the world.

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Considering Your Comfort Zone

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Your personal style exhibits your comfort zone. For example, introverts tend to dress modestly and unobtrusively. These people don’t want to draw too much attention to themselves and are more drawn to modest leadership roles. Extroverts are comfortable with all eyes being pointed in their direction. They wear fitted clothes, are less afraid to show a little skin, and are always ready to take charge when the need for a bold leader arises.

If you need to move more in one direction than the other, simply changing your personal style can help you get into the right mindset. Have you ever heard the expression Dress for the job you want, not for the job you have? The same principal applies. If you want to be more outgoing and fierce, change your style to match your intentions. If you want to sink into the background, be a little more reserved in your style choices.

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How Your Lifestyle Affects Your Style?

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Maybe you live for the nightlife, frequenting concerts and trendy cocktail bars. Maybe you’re a little more outdoorsy, preferring to spend your leisure time working in the garden or going for a scenic hike. Maybe you work an office job and your preferred way to unwind involves a good book and a glass of wine. Your style should reflect your lifestyle in order for things to run smoothly.

For example, you can’t climb a mountain in heels. You can’t wear hiking boots to the office, and you probably wouldn’t go see your favorite band in casual office attire. The style you choose should directly reflect the things you plan to do when you leave the house. If your personal tastes in fashion and accessories don’t necessarily reflect the kind of activities you like to do, this gives you the opportunity to craft a unique personal style.

Put a spin on your style selection. There’s no reason you can’t be glam in the office, or luxurious on a camping trip. The trick is discovering the right compromises between function and form. This is what truly sets you apart from others around you, allowing you to shine.

Remember that when it comes to style, everything is subjective. At the end of the day, you should be who you want to be. Don’t worry about the judgement of others. You need to be comfortable with the way you present yourself, and you should never let anybody stop you.

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1) Fashion Trends Throughout the Centuries

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1.1 History of Costume

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The first humans probably didn’t care much about what they wore. They were mostly concerned with staying warm and protected, which usually lead to shapeless garments constructed from the pelts of large mammals. When the main motivation was survival, there was no need to be bothered with textiles.

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As civilization around the world grew stronger, clothing became a significant priority.

From the first century to the twelfth century, people mainly wore loose, flowing textiles in the area that would come to be known as the developed world. More often times than not, these garments resembled gowns, and they were regarded as unisex clothing. These were shapeless garments designed to cover the body, and they weren’t necessarily artistic expressions of design.

Over time, garments continued to be shaped and fitted to the body, and accessories were worn for embellishment. Modern fashion as we know it first started to take shape in the 13th century, when clothing became fitted and textiles were available in a wider range of patterns.  Fashion began to take shape in the area of Europe now known as the United Kingdom, and continued to spread west across the rest of the European continent.

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Fashion in the 13th Century

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In the thirteenth century, modesty took precedence over design. This trend began in the twelfth century, and not much changed over the course of 100 years. Everyday gowns went from the neck down to the floor, with long sleeves that often opened widely at the ends. These gowns were slightly more tailored than the previous gowns, which were often flowy and shapeless. Many people chose to accessories these dressing gowns with belts around the waist, creating a more flattering silhouette.

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Fashion in the 14th Century

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Accentuating the human form became a little more commonplace in the 14th century. Gowns remained floor length, but did not drag across the floor while women walked. This is the era when laces were incorporated into the back of most articles of clothing such as tops and dresses. These laces could be tightened to make garments former fitting. While sleeves were still long, necklines were wider and designed to show collarbones.

Around this time in India, garments were still wrapped around the body, rather than laced. African garments were similar, but ultimately used less cloth. Since the heat is a concern in African countries, a lot more skin was exposed for convenience. In the Middle East, garments were wrapped very loosely, as modesty was a concern. These garments stuck around without changing much until the 21st century.

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Fashion in the 15th Century

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In this century, the modifications to the traditional garments in Europe may not seem much, but they were one of the first steps of major evolution towards today’s modern garments. The boxy, open neckline of the fourteenth century became a deep V-neck. This was true not only for European garments, but also many variations of traditional Chinese dress. Belts were worn at the high waist and usually much thicker. This allowed a clear shape of the waistline through the bulky, draping fabric.

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Fashion in the 16th Century

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The sixteenth century was the Tudor era, and you’ve probably seen a lot of costumes that follow the guidelines for typical Tudor dress. In Germany, fashion didn’t change much from where it was in the fifteenth century, but Spanish influence extended to Europe. This meant gowns often sat at the waist, rather than the high-waist area. Corsets became largely important among those who could afford them, and so did elaborate patterned embellishments. Lace, fancy buttons, and embroidery became common among nobility.

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Fashion in the 17th Century

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The Elizabethan era changed the fit of garments significantly. Sleeves, which used to be fitted, became larger. These puffy or ruffled sleeves created the illusion of robust arms, while narrow, corseted waists remained the same. The seventeenth century also brought the popularization of the famous ruffled or fanned out collars that many people associate with Shakespearean theater. Necklines then were much lower than they had been previously, plunging far down the chest in a rounded shape.

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Fashion in the 18th Century

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The largest modification of fashion in the eighteenth century came not from the actual garments themselves, but from the usage of special undergarments. Large hoop skirts were popular, as were panniers. Panniers were undergarments designed to hold dresses out very far at the waist, making the waistline appear to be long and broad, much like a table. Dresses were often constructed in such a way that the petticoat could be seen through the folds of the bottom of the fabric, and this lead to decorative petticoats.

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Fashion in the 19th Century

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The Victorian era reinvented shapes and silhouettes. Rather than the boxy and unbalanced silhouette created by the pannier, people in the Victorian area preferred a traditional bell-shaped skirt that included a bustle at the back. The bustle added a new dimension from the back, replacing the dimension from the front in the previous century. Corsets also connected into skirts with sharp V shapes, creating angles that were more flattering to the

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