Look Taller & Slimmer When You’re 5′ 4″ & Under

Look Taller & Slimmer When You’re 5′ 4″ & Under

Are you a proud woman under 5'4" who doesn't need to be taller but doesn't want to look shorter either? As a 5' 2.5" woman (yes, I count that half inch!), I understand the pros and cons of being a shorter person. I never have to worry about enough leg room on planes...

Looking Good Begins with Self-Acceptance

Looking Good Begins with Self-Acceptance

One of the things I love most about my work is that it gives me the opportunity to meet women of all ages and walks of life, learning their stories. These women have jobs, run businesses, go to school, take care of children and aging family members, volunteer in their...

Dress for the Job You Want

Dress for the Job You Want

  Your appearance makes a statement about who you are. Is yours going to get you the job you want? Whether you are applying for a position with a new company or are interested in moving up through your current employer, how you look sets an impression about your...

Glasses for Round & Square Face Shapes

Glasses for Round & Square Face Shapes

Round & Square Face Characteristics Round and Square shaped faces are visibly shorter face shapes that are about as wide as they are long. The difference between the two is that the Square face has bold, angular features with a clean, straight line from the...

Glasses for Oblong & Rectangle Face Shapes

Glasses for Oblong & Rectangle Face Shapes

Oblong & Rectangle Face Characteristics Oblong and Rectangle shaped faces are the longer face shapes that are visually narrow. The difference between the two is the angularity of the the jaw and chin, with the Oblong being rounded and the Rectangle being more...

Glasses for Pear & A-Triangle Face Shapes

Glasses for Pear & A-Triangle Face Shapes

Pear & A-Triangle Face Characteristics Pear and A-Triangle shaped faces have narrower foreheads that angle outwards to a wide jawline. The difference between the two is the angularity of the the jaw and chin, with the Pear being rounded and the A-Triangle being...

Glasses for Heart & V-Triangle Face Shapes

Glasses for Heart & V-Triangle Face Shapes

Heart & V-Triangle Face Characteristics Heart and V-Triangle shaped faces are widest at the forehead then slope to a narrower jaw and chin. The difference between the two is the angularity of the the jaw and chin, with the Heart being softer and the V-Triangle...

Hairstyle Tips for Round & Square Face Shapes

Hairstyle Tips for Round & Square Face Shapes

You are a Round or Square face shape if the width of your face is approximately the same as its length. These are the shorter face shapes. The difference between the two is the angular or rounded nature of the jaw and chin. You are a Round shape if your jawline and...