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Published on: 14 Aug 2009 by little_miss_sunshine
Before I start I have to say this: This is just one kind of style if you like. I'm not saying that you are not elegant and graceful if you are a goth or a hippy or whatever... so please don't take offence as it is not meant in any kind of offending way.
Taken from: http://www.wikihow.com/Be-Classically-Beautiful
Keep make-up to a minimum. A little foundation, lip gloss and mascara can go a very long way. Learn how to make your best features stand out.
Try not to apply make-up in public. This includes school, on the bus, waiting in line, etc. Wait until you're in the restroom to touch up, it will make you seem much more together and natural.
Respect your hair's natural texture. Always aim for a shiny and healthy style. Consult a hairdresser to figure out what style will suit your face and the easiest way to maintain your hair. You don't want to spend hours in front of the mirror.
Have good personal hygiene. Keep nails and toenails looking prim and proper; a simple French manicure is always elegant. Bathe at least once every day. If you have crooked teeth and you can't afford a brace, that's okay!
Just make sure you brush and floss twice a day and no one will notice much.
Be positive and happy. A positive outlook is always beautiful. If something is really bothering you, it's okay to show it. Don't make a huge deal out of it unless something like a death or a personal tragedy happened.
Know what you're talking about. Intelligence is the key. You don't have to be a show-off or a book worm, but constantly saying "What?" isn't classically beautiful. Brush up on as many subjects as possible; it'll make you seem worldly. Try not to swear too often. You don't need to cut swear words out of your vocabulary entirely, but it'll be much more impressive and impacting when you use curse words less often.Don't dye your hair an unnatural color. Avoid also unnecessary piercings or getting tattooed. (If you choose to get a tattoo, get something that is looked upon as beautiful or poetic, like 'Let it be' on the back of your neck. Don't get the name of your favorite band, genitals, or things of that nature.)