3 Tips to Look Glam This Christmas


The holidays are almost upon us, and many of us will be getting ready for party season – at least those who can be torn away from their snug homes after 5pm.

Everyone wants to feel their best all the time, but the festive season gives us a great reason to overhaul our look or put make some additional effort to our appearance.

If you want to know some tips on how you can look glam this Christmas – then just keep on reading!

Choose Clothes That Compliment You

Whether this is color, shape, or style, you will find that some clothes and cuts will suit you better than others. That is not to say you should not wear anything you love or makes you feel happy – as feeling good in yourself and radiating that is actually the number one tip to looking glamorous whatever you are wearing. But, if you are curious as to what will flatter you, then there are plenty of guides on the internet to help you see if there is anything you would like to try out. The idea behind ‘dressing for your body type’ is to balance out your look to create equal proportions, but just remember that your proportions are great, just as they are, and there is no need to wear anything you are not comfortable with.

Take Care of Your Teeth

They say a smile is the best thing someone can wear, and hopefully many people will be doing a lot of that over the holidays! However, it can be difficult to smile if you feel self-conscious about your teeth, so making sure you have regular checkups with your dentist can help keep you on the right track to a healthy and happy mouth. There are some great Asheville dentists that can listen to any concerns you have about your teeth and help you improve any areas that you think you would like to change. Professional dentists will always offer guidance and choose what is best for both you and your teeth.

Take Care of Your Skin

Your skin is your largest organ and is still somehow easy to forget to take care of.

Sometimes we do not have time to moisturize our entire body, or sloth off dead skin cells from head to toe but putting in that extra effort can help our skin thrive. It is true that skin health does come from within, so watching what you eat and drink can have a significant impact on your skin’s function and appearance.

Make sure to eat foods rich in healthy fats such as salmon, mackerel, and nuts which can support your skin by reducing inflammation and irradicating dryness, keeping your skin supple and moisturized. You should also focus on foods rich with vitamin C, as it can help your body produce collagen, which important for keeping skin full and glowing.  Finally – do not forget to drink plenty of water! Not just for your skin, but for your whole body’s health!

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