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You’ll See Results Instantly On Your Very First Pageant…

Armed with such insider information, you’ll be winning (or at least finishing near the top) often, inc no time flat thanks to the “Beauty Pageant Success System”. By the time you get finished going through the information in my guide, you’ll know more than most of the so called “pros”. “I bought this for my niece who has placed well in a number of pageants and she truly believes that it is a must for girls interested in pageants around the world. She believes that it provides readers a ton of helpful information and helpful resources as well. She highly recommends this book and so do I for a great gift idea!”

Bill Mahony

But wait, there’s more… You’ll discover how your pageant experience can help you go beyond your horizons, and make you a more confident person...

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Proportions of a Beautiful Nose :

A beautiful & proportionate nose adds to beauty of face. The most ideal proportions of a beautiful nose are given below

(a) Generally the columella-lip angle is : l 90 degrees in a man l Between 105 and 110 degrees in a woman l In younger age the angle is larger, but decreases as the age advances.

(b) The angle at the bridge of the nose should occur near the eyelashes..

(c) The line of the nose usually breaks a little above the tip, especially in women. Men’s noses tend to be straighter.

(d) The usual ratio between the distance the nose

projects from the face

(e) A line drawn from the tip of the chin to the tip of the nose should extend about 2mm from the

upper lip

Beautiful Eyes. The eyes are one of the main focal points of the face. Proper highlighting of the

eyes can enhance one’s ove...

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The Natural Manicure

If you want to have prettier hands, you can use natural ingredients that won’t cost a lot of money and that also don’t contain cancer causing chemicals. Here are a few easy steps to have prettier hands, naturally. First, fill a small bowl with warm water and a few drops of olive oil, along with your favorite relaxing essential oil, such as lavendar, rose or ylang ylang. Soak your hands for a few minutes to soften cuticles. Second, push your cuticles back gently with an orange stick. Using a cuticle nipper, trim excess skin and any potential hangnails. Don’t go overboard – you don’t want to remove your cuticles entirely. Third, whip up a sea salt or sugar scrub. Combine 1/3 cup sea salt (you can also use sugar), the juice of one lime (or lemon), and 1 Tablespoon olive oil...

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Homemade At Home Facial

Did you know that you can use many ordinary ingredients from your kitchen to make effective and inexpensive homemade facials? Here is how it’s done. First, remove your makeup thoroughly with olive oil on an organic cotton pad or wash cloth and rinse well with warm water. Then add a few drops of your favorite essential oil to a bowl of very warm water. Rose oil and lavender oil are good choices. Wring out a washcloth in the water and lay it over your face until it cools, then repeat with more warm water. Do this for about 5 minutes. Then, gently scrub your face with almond butter (you can also grind almonds in your blender) and rinse using the water in your bowl. (You might need to thin the almond butter with a little water before scrubbing...

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Bath and Body Care Recipes

Next comes exfoliating, the step that follows cleansing in good skin care. Sugar scrubs are awesome for keeping your skin soft, smooth and sweet smelling. Sugar is a natural exfoliant because of its mechanical grittiness but also because it contains mild acids that slough off dead skin. Here are some delicious homemade sugar scrub recipes to save you money. Oatmeal Sugar Body Scrub Ingredients: 2 Tablespoons rolled oats 2 teaspoons brown sugar 2 Tablespoons aloe vera 1 teaspoon lemon juice Instructions: Put rolled oats in blender and blend into a very fine powder. Place oats in small mixing bowl. Add brown sugar and lemon juice. Mix well. Once mixed, add aloe vera and stir into a paste being sure there are no lumps. Dampen the skin you will be applying paste to and massage paste onto skin...

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Learn to accept your natural look.

Freckles are cute and don’t have to be covered up. Curly hair is beautiful and doesn’t have to be straightened. Pale makes you look like a Gothic beauty – embrace it! Whatever you think of as a “flaw”, I would be willing to bet someone else admires that trait. Ask your hairdresser to help you choose a style that works with your facial shape and hair texture. The more you try to change your natural look the more money and time you’ll spend. Now let’s get to the recipes! Let’s start at the beginning: Cleansing. It’s the first step in skin care. Ginger Garrett, author of Beauty Secrets of the Bible was kind enough to let me share this recipe. Rich Milk Wash

  • 1 cup powdered goat’s milk
  • 1 cup quick-cooking oats

Process the oats in a blender until extremely fine and mix well with ...

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Hair Conditioning Pak

Combine ½ mashed avocado, 1 slightly beaten egg and ¼ cup olive or safflower oil. Shampoo hair first. Apply mixture on wet hair. Put on a shower cap. Leave on for 30 minutes. To boost penetration warm a towel in a dryer and wrap the warm towel over the shower cap. Do this once a month.

Once a month use one of the hair clarifying recipes below:


Hair Clarifying Recipe

Combine 1 tsp. baking soda with 1 tbsp. shampoo and cleanse hair with this mixture. Then rinse and condition hair. For added shine, use cold water as a final rinse. This closes the follicles. 27

Hair Clarifying Recipe for Color-Treated Hair

For color-treated hair or just before your coloring appointment, remove product build-up (hair spray, gel, oils) with this effective clarifying recipe...

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H2EO Diffusers for Relaxing Sleep & a More Beautiful You

Far superior to other essential oil diffusers and glass nebulizers, the H2EO Cool Mist Ultrasonic Diffuser uses no heat or air pumps (which can seriously damage the chemistry of essential oils). This diffuser uses safe low voltage direct current. Colored light options set the mood for healthful sleep. All lights can be turned off (including the red power light) while diffusion continues. When the water level gets low, the diffuser shuts itself off.

While the H2EO diffuser‟s “shell” looks similar to the generic model on the market, there have been vast improvements made which are exclusive to H2EO diffusers. Features include:

• Multi-colored lights options

Ability to turn all lights off (including the red power light) for operation while sleeping

• Quiet diffusion of any pure ...

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Exfoliating Liquids & Scrubs

Liquid Exfoliants:

For sun-damaged, sensitive, acne-prone skin or those with rosacea, consider using a cream or liquid cleansing exfoliant such as Glycolic Cleanser with Marine plant extracts. They help gently exfoliate without irritating the skin.

An excellent spray body exfoliator and hydrator I‟ve recommended to thousands of individuals is called Skin-lasting Super Hydrator. Formulated by a dermatologist, this all-natural, paraben-free, fragrance-free, spray contains Vitamin C, lactic acid and non-pore clogging vegetable glycerin. It comes in a large 6 oz spray bottle for under $26. Apply it onto to face, neck, chest, arms, legs, hands and feet after showering. Also beneficial for those with extremely dry or diabetic skin.

 Scrub Exfoliants:

NOTE: Scrub exfoliants are NOT recommend...

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Yogurt & Lemon Mask (For Normal, Dry, Oily or Blemish-Prone Skin)

Combine 2 tbsp. plain yogurt with 1 tsp. fresh lemon juice and apply mixture to clean face. Leave on for 20 minutes (until the mask dries), then wash it off with tepid water. Some women leave the mask on overnight for an even brighter and tighter complexion in the morning. Enzyme peels and masks like pumpkin or papaya are very popular and can be used on ALL skin types. Enzymes gently dissolve dead surface layers, improve skin texture, firm the skin, remove impurities, help heal blemishes, brighten and even skin tone, and are rich in vitamins and minerals. Spas charge about $65 to $85 for an enzyme peel. Did you know you can give yourself an enzyme peel for about $3, with a papaya? See my recipe below:

Papaya Enzyme Peel

(For All Skin Types including Rosacea & Sensitive Skin)

Cut a papay...

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