Look Tall With Top Fashion Tricks For Short Heighted People

Choose darker neutral colors and go for a one-color look. While you dont have to wear black all the time, a darker neutral will lengthen your look. Avoiding dramatically different colors on top and bottom will help you avoid that cut-in-half look. For shorter women, perfect fit is essential. Loose-fitting clothes will lend to a look that is unflattering and dumpy. Make the most of your height by wearing well-fitted clothes. Dont be afraid to enlist the help of a professional tailor to help you achieve a great fit. Fabrics should be lighter weight. You want to avoid stiff fabrics that can create a rigid, boxy appearance. Stay away from bulk. Shorter women can be overwhelmed by large patterns, heavy or long jackets, and bulky handbags. Avoid any clothing that makes the leg look shorter. This means Capri pants, skirts with hemlines that cut the leg, and pants that have heavy cuffs. Tucking in your top will also help you appear taller. Flowing shirt hems can shorten the look of the leg. Jackets should be shorter, lightweight, and well-fitted. Choosing a narrow belt to give a more tailored appearance, wider belts will cut your look in half.

The microfiber fabric absorbs water through osmosis, wicking it away. And since 80 percent of your blow-drying time is used removing the water from your hair, this simple step will cut your drying time in half and get you out the door quicker. Pick an eyeshadow palette that takes the guesswork out of getting ready To avoid wasting your time staring at the zillions of eyeshadow colors you could accent your eyes with, use a palette with designated colors for your eyelid, crease, and brow bone. That way you can do up your eyes in a second without even thinking about what shades go well together. Then, wet an eyeliner brush and swipe it over the darkest shadow and use that as your eyeliner.

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