FEBRUARY 24, 2007
BEAUTY AND FASHION TIPS #16
Each week, Jeannie will offer up some of her best beauty and fashion tips that you can use for your very own Character Fantasy makeover!
JEANNIE ANSWERS VIEWER EMAIL:
I'm one of your more mature fans. My mirror and calendar say I am a pudgy grandmother; inside I still want to look better, hiding the heavy upper arms and bulging tummy. Any clothing suggestions? Thanks to some good genes and the Artistry skin care, my face does not reflect the numerical count but your hints on emphasizing eyes makes the morning me a "WOW" once I get it on. Thanks a bunch!
I'm so glad the makeup tips helped! Another "must" for the mornings? Grab a hold of the Silver Ash Shimmer Eye Pencil, and glide along the underside of your water line (above lower lash line). Instant bright eyed gaze to supplement sleepless nights.
As for clothing, I gotta be honest and tell you the first thing that will INSTANTLY make you feel better is if you begin taking a healthier steps to a better bod. Grab a friend, grandchild, iPod, whatever, and WALK. Thirty minutes a day to start, and find some inclines or hills to enjoy the fresh air. Watch what you are eating, ask yourself if what you are eating goes with the cute outfit you'd like to wear? Making this easy conscious effort is the start to being real about looking good.
Until you begin showing off those arms, take advantage of layering patterns and 3/4 sleeve tops. Thankfully the holidays are over so you can start feasting on fashionable YOU :)
- OILY SKIN FIX FOR MEN
- EYE MAKEUP FOR ASIAN EYES
- TIPS FOR BRIDE ON HER WEDDING DAY
- TIPS FOR A BROKE COLLEGE STUDENT
- PERFECT HAIR, MAKEUP COLOR
- COVERING UP SKIN FLAWS, BEST BAGS
- WINTER SKIN AND GYM ATTIRE
- MAKEUP DO'S AND DON'TS
- MAKEUP BAG MUST HAVES
- MAKEUP EMERGENICES, FIGURE FIXERS
- TIPS FOR FIXING BEAUTY MISTAKES
- DAY-TO-NIGHT FASHION, FALL DO'S AND DON'TS
- ASK JEANNIE, VOLUME 1
- Thin Lips, Work/Evening Ensembles
- Fall Fashion, Hair Looks
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