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Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Glass Handbag Event


A FREE blogger opportunity is going on right now at Jenn's Blah Blah Blog and Diva Fabulosa.  The two awesome ladies have teamed up to give away Glass Handbags.

Bloggers who will help promote the giveaway will have a free Facebook link.  A fee of $2 for each link will be charged for additional links.  For more details about this Blogger opportunity, click here.

Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Saturday, July 21, 2012

Look Your Best this Summer

Found your best swimsuit yet?  Here are some tips to look gorgeous this summer.


The sweetheart neckline is best for top-heavy.  Those thick wide-set halter straps create customizable bra-like support, while the shirring at the tummyforms shelf-like structure to help lift the bust.  Plus, the dip of a sweetheart neckline optically elongates the neck, while a super low-cut hem visually widen hips - both of which balance broad shoulders.


The triangle neckline swimsuit is best for ruler shapes because it amplifies the cleavage, creating a sexier look.  The diagonal detailing creates curves and it also directs the eyes across the torso, adding visual width at the shoulders and hips.  This helps the waist appear slimmer, lending the illusion of an hourglass silhouette.


Crisscross ruching is best for apple shapes because it flattens a belly.  The interwoven shirring of this swimsuit adds a corset-like structure to the mid-section that cleverly conceals (and holds in) any belly bulge.  Plus, the crisscross texture creates a flattering V-shaped pattern that visually elongates the torso and draws the eye in toward the center of the body for waist-whittling power.

Friday, July 13, 2012

Your Sunglass Shape

One of the items you shouldn't forget before heading out the door aside from applying sunblock are your sunglasses.  But with all the gorgeous shapes of shades, how do you know which sunglass suits you best?  Here, check this guide so you can look more fab this summer.



Mod (square) Sunglasses are best for oval faces.  The square lenses draw the eye horizontally, so the center of the face appears wider.  This effect on a heart-shaped face can amplify a broad forehead.  But on a long face, adding this width helps the face look shorter for beautiful balance.



Aviators are best for square faces.  Classic aviators' oblong lenses draw the eye up and down, optically elongating the face.  This can cause an already lengthy face to appear awkwardly stretched.  But for a square face, adding visual length will offset the boxy features and will help soften an angular jaw.



Oversize Wayfarers are best for heart faces.  The winged hinges and inward tapered lenses of the Wayfarers slim the face from temple to cheekbone..