• What your make-up says about you?

    Your make-up actually makes a great difference to your personality and the way people perceive you.

     

    Whether you wish to get promoted or just wish to create a certain impression of yourself in front of your colleagues, create a look that works for you. We tell you how

     

    Here's what certain looks communicate about you:

     

    Joyce Giraud

     

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    Too much glamour

     

    Unless you're working a very creative field like beauty, fashion etc, too much make-up, false lashes, glitter, too much blush, etc can be distracting at work and can also portray you as a junior person. Remember, dress your age. Do not try to look younger or matured. Just be who you are.

     

    Bad shape of brows

     

    Your eyebrows are very expressive and can speak a lot about you. Well-groomed, full eyebrows give off a more polished, confident look, while angular eyebrows makes you appear more commanding. A round brow signifies a soft, approachable and humble nature.

     

    Scars on face

     

    A recent study says that poeple with facial lesions, including scars and birthmarks did not fare well in job interviews. Such candidates are distracting to interviewers and thus end up getting not-so-good ratings. Hence taking care of your skin as well as using make-up to hide imperfections may work well.

     

    Your colour of choice

     

    You may have often heard people asking you to wear red for interviews as red is a symbol of confidence, energy, passion, strength and excitement. If you're using red lipstick, choose the shade that matches your skin tone. If you love blue, sport it. It indicates trust, honesty and dependability. Use a blue eye shadow or an eye pencil. Also, pink is youthful and symbolises life and feminity. But apply pink blush or lipstick, do not overdo it.

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  • The skinny on dangerous fashion choices

    FASHION has never been my strong suit.Excuse the pun.My wardrobe consists of more tee shirts with pathetically funny slogans than ones deemed appropriate in public.My shoe collection doesn't go far past the pair of Vans which were bought for me for work.And as for those suits (yes, the literal ones this time), well… I'm sure they did fit me at some point.It therefore goes without saying that it's more than a little strangeOne could even say it is not a "suit"-able column topic for me.Okay, I'll stop with those now.What I won't stop, however, is talking about fashion.And I can assure you I've never said that sentence before in my life.

     

    BEAUTY IS PAIN? Reports a woman was hospitalised after squatting for several hours in skinny leg jeans, makes you question the choice to wear something too tight.

     

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    Truth be told, I just don't care about fashion anywhere near as much as I should.It's only now that I hear there are ramifications to our health that I feel the need to step in.For those who haven't heard, an Adelaide woman was in fact hospitalised this week…for wearing skinny jeans.Yes. You read correctly.So skinny were these jeans that doctors actually reported nerve and muscle damage, and the jeans needed to be cut off the patient's legs.Wow. Skinny jeans are so much crueller than we thought.Only…hang on a second.

     

    How the flip is this the jeans' fault?Well, according to many commentators on the issue, those denim demons are solely to blame.Some have said the fashion industry has gone too far. Some have said skinny jeans are the corset of the 21st Century. Some have said we may as well stop making clothing for the bottom half of the body altogether.Well, at least, they may as well have.Don't get me wrong. I am taking this seriously, and I hope the woman in question here is okay.That said, anyone who is wearing jeans tight enough to inflict nerve and muscle damage is hardly the most valuable member of the jean pool.Yes, I know that's the wrong spelling; I just wanted to squeeze in another pun.

     

    What I refuse to squeeze into, however, is an article of clothing too tight for comfort.Ask yourself, honestly: if your pants are hugging your legs to the point of unbearable pain…is it worth it?If you've said no, congratulations.If you've said yes, then there are some priorities you need to iron out.And if you've said that it depends on how "indie" you want to be, then I say just grow your beards longer and wear more elaborate glasses or something.The point is, when non-lethal items are getting blamed for things going wrong, it's pretty clear we're the ones who have stuffed up somewhere.Skinny jeans aren't dangerous; they're just dangerous in the wrong hands. Or, rather, on the wrong legs.Still, I'd be willing to put money on the fact that those more "indie" among us will not let this health setback curb their enthusiasm for tight trousers.Not that I can judge.Whatever suits.Sorry, I couldn't help myself.

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  • This dress is stunning and was a perfect fit!

    This simple prom dresses is perfect! I am is going to prom as a sophomore and I didn't want anything too fancy. But it is stunning just as described! I am very satisfied and will continue to shop this sight in the future! I am very hesitant when shopping for dresses online but I took a gamble and hit the jackpot with this one!!

    I had to order this dress twice because the first time I ordered it in my size it didnt fit at all. Then I ordered it again in the next size up only to have it fit exactly the same in the waist (which was the initial problem) but way too loose at the top. This dress isnt made for anyone with ANY butt at all.

    my prom was this Saturday, and I was worried it wouldn't come in time, but the dress came in 3 days! I'm amazed with how perfect it came out.

    This dress is gorgeous. At first I was hesitant about ordering her dress online but I went to try some on just so I would know where I stand. I ordered the dress on a Saturday and it came that following mareieprom. The dress fit perfect. The only thing that I dislike is the glitter comes off here and there. It hugs my body in the right places, it's simple yet very flattering!!

    I like this grey prom dresses. somethng elegant and sexy but still comfortable. This dress hugs my body like no other and it is the perfect lenght for me. It makes my hips look beautiful and sexy, but not too sexy. The only thing I did not like about this dress were the straps but after some tailoring to them they were good. This dress has a thinck material but no too thick. It;s thick enouth to not be seen through. This dress is perfect if you want something simple but cute aswell.

    Budget dress so I did not expect much , however it was very flattering to my figure, its exactly how it looks on the website. I do recommend to accessorize with a nice necklace and earrings so it wont look so simple.

    This dress is stunning and was a perfect fit! If you are looking for a head turner without a very tight fit, this is your dress! Beautiful!!!