When you look good, you release the ‘feel good’ hormones, get a confidence boost, and have a contagious attractiveness. We get overwhelmed by adverts of skinny models everywhere we go who create a sort of image of how good-looking people should wear or behave.
When you look at them, you notice they wear high-end brands that may be out of reach for most people. Being better looking goes beyond wearing good clothing. It is about taking care of yourself in all aspects of your life. Here are some of the best ways to look better without spending too much.
Figure Out Your Style
What is your style? Ensure you wear clothes that fit your particular style. Do not buy anything that you wouldn’t want to wear and be seen in. Raid thrift stores to buy clothes that suit your body type.
Meditation helps to reduce stress levels. Stress can show on your face. Get enough sleep as well. Do not get less than 7 hours of deep sleep as an adult. You will feel more invigorated and energized, and your body will thank you for that.
Water works great to flush out toxins from your body and keeps your gut healthy. Aim to drink several glasses of water daily. Your skin will glow. 3-4 liters of water daily will give your skin a lot of goodness.
You do not need to go to the gym to exercise. Exercise tones your body, burns fat, and lowers your stress levels. It also releases the feel-good hormones. If you do not go to the gym, do cardio and calisthenics at home. Use YouTube to watch video guides on how to go about it.
Eat Fruits and Vegetables
They have antioxidants, minerals, and vitamins that improve your hair, nails, and skin health. Fruits and vegetables are great natural replacements for supplements.
Maintain Your Hygiene
Having a good hygiene routine can be refreshing and rewarding at the same time. Shower regularly, brush your teeth, and groom yourself well.
When did you last have a massage, manicure, or pedicure? When did you last go on vacation or have an impromptu road trip? When did you last stop watching TV and read a good book? Give your brain a break. Do something you enjoy now and then. Pamper yourself as a reward for working hard. It will give you the motivation you need to keep working hard.
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