How to be a classic beauty?
Audrey Hepburn, Vivien Leigh, Grace Kelly, Ingrid Bergman, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, these women are all classic beauties. They all understand that the key to classical beauty is simplicity.
Wear classic clothes.
Classical women never wear modern clothes. They wear classic outfits such as a simple black dress with flashy accessories, aviator glasses, colorful scarves or a pretty set of pearls. Remember Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis’ famous oversized glasses and timeless outfits. You don’t have to go back to the ’50s to expand your wardrobe whenever possible and learn to match your sophisticated style. (Some are very classic, but still retain their colorful, fun look.)
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Respect the natural structure of the hair.
Always strive for a radiant and healthy look. Ask your stylist to find out which style suits your face shape and the easiest way to care for your hair. You don’t want to spend hours in front of the mirror.
Follow personal hygiene rules.
Keeping your nails and toenails clean and tidy, a simple French manicure is always beautiful.
Stay positive and happy.
A positive attitude is always good.
If something really bothers you, you can show it. But this classic beauty is known for being reserved, calm and always in control.
Find classic shades that work best with your skin and eye color.
Blue eyes: orange (complementary), dark blue, dark purple, light green, gray, white, black, teal (similar), blue-violet (similar), dark red. Colors to avoid: bright red, light green, bright pink, brown, light blue, any shade (color is visibly mixed with white).
Brown eyes: any pink, charcoal, any very dark color, yellow (emphasizes halftones in the eyes, despite its unusual reputation), greens (also halftones). Colors to Avoid: No, brown is as neutral as any other color.
Green eyes: purple (it really brings out the color of your eyes), crimson (free-color green), dark blue, black, brown, off-white. Colors to Avoid: Gray, as it will dilute the natural hue of the iris and darken the color. However, if you have bright green or blue-green eyes, gray will look great. Yellows, bright reds (compliments can be shocking when both are bright), bright whites, oranges, and greens (would wash out your eye color).
Dark eyes: any color.