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No matter what your body type is, the art of fashion design does it's magic to cover that extra pounds or help you look 10 pounds heavier.

In order to look elegant, It is always important to have the right clothes in your wardrobe because, if you choose the wrong one then you will end up looking exactly the opposite.

Lines are one of the elements of design that can create optical illusions. These illusions can make figures look taller, shorter, wider, narrower, thinner, thicker and also highlight the facial feature accordingly. The line can divide, organize, push, pull, enclose, separate and contour the space. Based on their direction, lines can be categorized as :

You can have anything you want in life if you dress for it. - Edith Head


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Vertical lines make a short person look tall and thin. This is because vertical lines pull eyes up and down without interruption that creates a slender and taller illusion

Clothing with vertical lines are a perfect fit for ladies who want to hide a few extra pounds behind their dress and also look elegantly tall


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Horizontal lines make a tall person look small and broad. This is because horizontal lines usually carry the eye across by stopping the eye from moving upward which creates a shorter or heavier illusion. These lines add width to the garment. Clothing with horizontal lines is a perfect fit for ladies who want to add 10 extra pounds behind their dress and also look short and cute.


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Diagonal lines can increase or decrease the height depending on their

slope. They are the most dramatic of all the lines and are incredibly slimming.

These lines are attractive and slandering. Always diagonal lines are combined with horizontal or vertical lines to bring out the beauty in it. Clothing with diagonal lines is a perfect fit for ladies who want to look slim or broad, tall or short. you just have to use the right combination.

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Did you know that the skin type is generally determined by genetics to the extent that they are responsible for various skin conditions such as dermatitis, psoriasis and even wrinkles in some cases? However, other internal and external factors do make an impact. It is important to know your skin type to nourish and protect your skin the right way.

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Four basic types of SKIN

  • Normal

  • Dry

  • Oily

  • Combination

Invest in your SKIN. It's going to represent you for a very long time

Normal Skin

This Skin type is a well-balanced skin with no blemishes. Those with this type of skin have a radiant complexion with fine or no pores and less prone to sensitivity

Dry Skin

This skin type produces less sebum than normal skin. Those with this type of skin have dull/rough complexion with almost invisible pores, red patches, and more visible lines.

External factors such as weather, UV rays, smoking, etc. might worsen the skin condition in this case.

Oily Skin

This skin type produces more sebum than normal skin. Basically, oily skin is a genetic condition but can be influenced by factors such as a change in hormones or stress. Those with this type of skin have dull/shiny complexion with enlarged pores, blackheads, whiteheads, and pimples

Combination Skin

This skin type is a combination of dryness and oiliness. Those with this type of skin have a shiny complexion with large pores and blackheads. Often, T-zone ( forehead, chin, and nose ) areas possess oily skin and other areas like cheek and jowl are dry.

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Updated: Dec 6, 2022

Berries are a great source of antioxidants. They are rich in dietary fibers, vitamins, and minerals. Best of all they taste great.

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Strawberries, Cranberries, Blueberries, Cherries, Blackberries, Salmonberries, Goji berries, and Acai berries come under berry family. They are rich in vitamin B, C, E, and K. They are a great source of antioxidants, manganese, amino acids, selenium, iron, and zinc

Nutritional Facts : Per 1 Cup serving (148 g blueberries) calories: 85 vitamin A: 1% DV vitamin C: 24% DV dietary fiber: 3.6 g iron: 2% DV vitamin B-6: 5% DV

Berries are low in calories and incredibly healthy. The high-level of phytochemicals in berries help protect cells from damage. It is always recommended to eat fruit as a whole rather than drinking it as the juice that contains more sugar and no fiber.

Women with a higher intake of berries appeared to have delayed cognitive aging by 2.5 years. So it's like your brain is 2.5 years younger if you're eating berries. - Michael Greger

Here are few reasons why you should start adding berries to your daily diet:

  • Improve the mental health thereby helping to improve memory loss against the aging process

  • Boost heart health and reduce the chances of heart diseases

  • Lowers the cholesterol level and puts body weight under control

  • Lessen blood pressure

  • Flavonoids and other compounds found in berries reduce the risk of colon cancer

  • Rise the concentration of oxygen and hemoglobin in the blood

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