A lot of women today, especially those who are starting to feel the ravages of time, are finding ways to keep the noticeable signs of age at bay. Some, for instance, take a breast pill regularly to project a fuller and more appealing chest area. Besides not all women being naturally endowed, age can really do a number on women--enough to make some women resort to breast enhancements to look sexier and more beautiful in their own eyes and those of their admirers.
Ingesting a breast enhancement supplement regularly can take some time before results become apparent. For this reason, women opt to undergo breast augmentation surgery to keep their assets looking as young and perky as they once did. Surgery can be expensive but can also produce immediate, long-term results.
However, breast size is often not the only thing that concerns women. The female typically undergoes bodily changes, whether after pregnancy, because of the lack or inability or to exercise, unhealthy food choices and overconsumption, or because of aging. These changes often affect the hips, waist, and butt--much to their dismay.
So how do you stay classy and comfortable amidst these changes?
· Be confident.
One of the things that can make women glow is being confidently beautiful. Inner confidence, even among postpartum mothers, helps make them more comfortable with--and accepting of--their bodies. Loving yourself, in essence, is gives you confidence, so that no matter how old you are, you can hold you head up high.
· Look in the mirror.
In reality, the mental aspect weighs a lot on how you view yourself. Being comfortable with your body amidst the changes it’s undergoing builds confidence. Looking at yourself naked in the mirror allows you to see your body for what it is, and to accept yourself, warts and all. Spend time looking at your entire body naked and accept the good with the less desirable physical traits you’ve got, so that you can confidently bear yourself, regardless of what you wear.
· Skin care is a MUST.
No matter how fat or thin you become, smooth and clear skin can make a difference to your desirability. Take good care with it with a daily beauty routine that works for you. Cleanse, moisturize, and use sunscreen to prevent wrinkles and further skin damage as you age.
· Dress for your body type, not to follow the latest fad.
As a person ages, the body changes. This means that you ought to bear in mind that the latest, hippest fashion trends may not longer be appropriate for you. This does not mean that it’s the end of the line for you when it comes to having some fun with fashion, however. Take a few of the elements of what’s on trend and use a few quirky items here and there to keep your look updated. Don’t fall victim to clothing trends that are inappropriate for your age or which simply don’t reflect your own “style”. Flattering cuts and originality can count for a lot.
· Have regular exercise, a balanced diet, and adequate rest.
A good beauty regimen, working out, eating nutritious food, plus a full rest equates to a “wow” bod anytime. Just knowing or feeling like your body is in great condition helps in making you more comfortable and confident about yourself. Getting rid of unwanted pounds and tightening your flabby areas, for instance, should improve your chances of finding nice, classy clothes that’ll look good on you. Wear well-fitting clothes for a bigger impression.
· Invest in quality clothing.
Let’s face it, pretty but inexpensive clothes often only last for a few good washes. Instead, invest in high-quality clothing, bags, and shoes--it’s a proven fact that fewer quality pieces of clothing can go a long way--more so than a lot of inexpensive, on-trend items that’ll typically last you only a season or two. Why so? Well, timeless classy, classic cuts speak for themselves, giving you an air of dignity and making you stand out in a crowd. Moreover, they last longer without going out of style. Choose your wardrobe pieces wisely, so you wear an air of distinction wherever you go.
Melissa is a young and energetic writer, a mom to a sweet little boy, and a fur-mom to two perfect pooches. Before becoming the Associate Content Director for Project Female, she was a journalist specializing in topics related to women in politics and policy affecting women.