Jessie Wilcox Smith
1Use good hygiene (brush your teeth, take a shower). If you look better with your hair straightened (and have the time) do so. Do the stuff that makes you feel cute. If you think you look cutest with your hair in a pony tail, put it up! Whatever will make you feel good and confident, DO IT! :)
2Dress up cute! Dress in your comfort zone. Seriously. It turns a lot of really high-quality guys on, and the guys who don’t like it aren’t the kind you want to go out with. Wear whatever you like, and try to use your own personal style as much as you can! Guys like unique girls who know who they are and have their own style.
3Put a bit of perfume on. DON’T overload yourself, though, and make sure it’s a quality scent. Most body splashes are not recommended, as they can smell a bit overpowering, but some are just fine. Some great perfumes to try are “I Love Love” by Cheap and Chic Moschino, “Light Blue” by Dolce Gabbana, “Lovely” by Sarah Jessica Parker, and the women’s perfume scent done by True Religion. Spray perfume on the insides of your wrists and dab a bit on your neck and behind your ears. If its not too strong of perfume, a spritz into your hair is a good idea, too.
4Makeup! If you have problem skin, then wear the foundation you usually use. Put it on with your fingers and blend with a sponge. Set this with some sheer powder. Add a bit of mascara and maybe a little lip gloss (if there may be kissing, you might want to skip that bit and opt for some lightly flavored lip balm like lip smackers). I don’t recommend a lot of eyeliner, especially if you don’t normally wear it. For some girls it looks like you’re trying too hard.
5Consider wearing a short sleeved shirt with a cute jacket. Wear some skinny jeans if you have them. Depending on where you’re going, you may want to wear heels. DO NOT wear heels if there will be much w.
- (courtesy of the above photographed young lady)
Serious about my burrito, duh.
Just back from Costa Rica with some amazing coffee, a weird stripe of peeling red flesh burnt into my back and the sounds of howler monkeys ringing in my ears…
Until the mosquito bites fade, I’m still gonna be readjusting to real life
- A haiku from Vickie Ly:
(received Dec. 15, 2012)
Dreams across the seas
Floating adrift in our heads
Connecting our thoughts
- nbd >>>> http://youtu.be/gsuQUNu2IwE
- Rave Culture justified by the Old Testament
1 Samuel 18.10: “The next day an evil spirit [ecstasy] from God rushed upon Saul, and he raved within his...
- slowest day evar
post-drank melting deadface*
*shouts outs 2 anna owowmah
- STEN ERIK WALKER's response to my writing
I found the tragic and comedic examples of cosmic irony to be perplexing. Your words are creamy and sticky...