Fashion & Style
Choosing Eyeglass Frames by Face Shape
Choosing eyeglass frames for women can be challenging. This guide will help you choose Vogue eyewear or great cheap eyeglass frames based on your face shape.
Determining Your Body Shape
Are you an hourglass, apple, pear, ruler or wedge shape? Learn how to tell the difference and how to choose clothes that flatter your shape!
Do You Know Your Body Shape?
Knowing your body shape will help you choose clothes that flatter and make you look your best. Learn how to figure out your body shape.
Eye Color Made Easy
Ever thought about changing your eye color? Today, you can change your brown eyes to blue or create a stunning shade of hazel or effervescent emerald with contact lenses.
Face Shapes and Hair Styles
Knowing your facial shape will allow you to choose the best hair style. Wearing the best hair styles will provide you with confidence and allow you to look great.
Finding the Perfect Pair of Great Fitting Jeans
Wearing a pair of jeans that don't fit properly can make you uncomfortable as well as self conscious. Find out how to find great fitting jeans.
Flatter Your Body Shape with the Right Swimsuit
It can seem overwhelming trying to find a suit that is flattering and comfortable to wear. But, fear not, regardless of your body shape there is a suit with your name on it.
How to Find the Perfect Little Black Dress
Let's give the Little Black Dress the sophisticated and stylish look it deserves.
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