If you were to choose one way to improve your confidence, would you go under the knife or do a non-surgical makeover? If it were up to me, I'd do a makeover that won't involve spending thousands of dollar for something that's permanent but possibly painful.
Indeed, increasing confidence is not all about changing the way you look. Sure, surgery offers instant change in your appearance, but will it change the way you feel permanently? Probably not.
Don't get me wrong though. I'm not totally against it. What I'm saying is that if there are other means to feel confident, try them before resorting to major solutions.
One of the ways that can help you feel more confident is wearing clothes that suit you. It may seem shallow by some, but what you wear can either make or break you. So before you do anything you might regret later on, try these three tricks first:
Trick 1: Choose colors that flatter your skin tone.
You can wear whatever color garment you like, but picking the right shades can put a glow to your skin. So choose shades that are right for you. If you have a warm skin tone, jewel colors, such as purple or ruby, can look especially flattering on you. If you have a cool skin tone, light colors will look great on you.
Trick 2: Pick clothes that will flatter your body.
Whether you're petite or plus-sized, you can still look sexy and alluring as long as you choose clothes that will flatter you. The trick is to experiment on different styles to find out what's flattering on you. It also helps to buy clothes that are in the right size. If figuring out your dress size is mind-boggling, try this nifty guide on how to get accurate body measurements.
Trick 3: Accentuate the most flattering part of your body.
I strongly disagree when someone says they're not attractive just because they don't have long legs or a curvy body. What about your dazzling smile or tantalizing eyes? Surely, there's something in you that's attractive enough. You just have to discover what it is, whether is your long, graceful neck or bone structure, and dress in a way to highlight your best feature. People will be drawn to it instead of your flaws and you'll start feeling better about yourself.
When used the right way, clothes can have a big impact on your confidence. So use them to your advantage. There's a reason fashion is a big industry. And that's because they can help boost confidence in any lady, young and old.
So gals, what are you waiting for!! Let's have a look at what you would prefer and bang on the world with a confident you :)