How to be an attractive girl.
Do you ever want people, or at least your loved ones, to see you? Well, here you will learn how to dress up like a princess and look like a princess. Forever in style!
Maintain good hygiene. It’s a matter of purity. Shower and wash your face daily for a radiant complexion and clean hair. Brush your teeth every night before bed for a beautiful smile. Also, if you’re sweating, don’t forget to apply deodorant and keep it in your purse.
Use sunscreen (SPF 30 or higher) after washing your face every day to protect your skin. Sunscreen does not clog pores.
Some girls find it easier to control sweat and body odor when shaving their armpits. It doesn’t have to be attractive, you can decide what’s best for you.
Try a light fragrance for the finishing touch.
Some girls like a little makeup, some like a natural look. This is your wish. You may need acne concealer, blush, lip gloss and/or eye makeup. Feel free to experiment and find what you like. There is no right or wrong with makeup.
Try no-makeup tricks like rinsing your lashes with water to make them stick together, or brushing your lips with a toothbrush to make them look fuller.
play with your hair.
Try different hairstyles and accessories. Do you like ponytails, braids, braids, bobby pins, ribbons, flowers, etc.? Some girls like to straighten or curl their hair, while others keep their natural texture. Find out what works for you – up or down, smart or simple. Find what makes you happy and lets your hair shine.
Get creative and fun with your outfits.
If you see something you like, no matter what the fashion magazines say, wear it. Wearing colors and styles that make you feel happy and lift your mood will make you more attractive.
When shopping, ask family or friends to help you choose a color that matches your skin tone.
Knowing your body type will help you choose the best clothes for you.
Remember, humility does not define beauty.
You can wear plain dresses or more revealing ones. You decide which style is best for you. Remember, clothing has no moral value – plain clothing won’t make you “respectable,” revealing clothing won’t make you rebellious or responsible for masculine feelings. Wear what you feel comfortable with and don’t worry.
Sometimes girls are harassed (surveilled, questioned, caught, commented, threatened) by boys or men. Not because of the organization, but because of those who refuse to control themselves and transcend human dignity. You deserve an environment free of harassment, so if this happens, please report it to a responsible adult. No matter what you wear, you are not responsible for other people’s horrible behavior. Persecution is serious and should be treated as such.
Take care of your body.
Get at least 8 hours of sleep each night (9 or 10 is better), fill at least 1/3 of your plate with fruits and vegetables, and stay active. Try joining a sports team, hanging out with your sister every night, or going to the beach with friends. A healthy girl is a beautiful girl.
Stay upright and look the other person in the eye.
Posture is important not only because you look good, but also because it helps prevent back pain and other problems. When you walk, hold your head up, walk with purpose, and show the world that you are great. Practice walking confidently at home, and even if you don’t think of yourself as a confident person, you’ll really start to feel it.