Small Changes Can Make a Big Difference in You

You don’t need to go for makeover to change your look. Sometimes the littlest changes can completely transform you into a new person .Following are some tips, try them and make this statement true that small changes can make a big difference in you.


Bleach your teeth

Today’s at home kits produce results that rival those of costly in office whitening sessions. These are easy to use and promise noticeable results in a week. You can also try this teeth whitening tip that I used and its really very effective. Add 1tsp baking soda and 1/4 tsp salt in one lemon juice and apply this on your teeth with toothbrush and you will see difference in minutes.


Change your part

It’s true, swapping the side you part your hair on can give your locks a new look. If you don’t part your hair at all, try a deep side part for a dramatic difference.


Try colored contacts

They are easy to use, even if you have perfect vision. Today’s versions come in everything from ultra-subtle shades of hazel and brown to bold shades of purple and teal.


Slim your middle

Want to look thinner instantly? First stand up straight, and then pull on a pair of body shaping underwear. These bike-short-like undergarments smooth out your lower half, and don’t produce bulges.


Cut bangs

They don’t really have to be really thick, either. Even a few long, wispy pieces can put new focus on your eyes and give you a current look.


Wear colored mascara

A subtle shade of colored mascara can look pretty. Try navy for blue eyes, khaki for green eyes and deep green for brown eyes. Wear with neutral makeup on cheeks and lips.


Pair of heels

If you are the type who usually wear flats, a pair of heels even of one inch will completely transform you, giving you longer looking legs and the illusion of height.


Light up your eyes

Use a cotton swab to dab a bit of shimmer white shadow at the inner corners of your eyes. This will wake up your face instantly and gives eyes a wider look.


Try a semi-permanent rinse

Instead of a complete color overhaul, use a semi- permanent product in a shade that’s just a bit warmer or darker than your own. Your hair color will look like your own, just pepped up a bit.

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