I'm sorry, Freddy, but... LOL Maybe English isn't her first language? You've gotten good advice. I agree- go for a makeunder/makeover. I've noticed the people at my Sephora do a great job with Bare Escentuals, etc. Some of them wear out there makeup, but really do a great job making up folks so they look nice and natural- or if you want a more dramatic look-that too.You're a teacher and you write like that?!?!
OK I think I understand now Samina. Thank you for clarifying.hi evry one. yap english is nt my 1st language. sorry 4 that. infact no bdy cd understand my problem. i am a wel dressed women. basic prob is my expression i think. i look vry harsh. my b cz i hv ben in hard situation. i want to look inocent as few years back. thanx evry one
people say i look too serious when i am not. so i will try this and see if it helps!OK I think I understand now Samina. Thank you for clarifying.
I wish I too could regain my lost innocence... Maybe I can share some things that I try: I try to maintain a positive, fresh outlook and keep a pleasant expression on my face even if I don't especially feel wonderful.
The mouth can get a "hard" expression if the lips are pressed together tightly. Try to consciously relax your mouth and lift the corners up. Not in an unnatural smile, but in a "neutral pleasant" expression.
The eyebrows can get clenched together in a worried, severe look if we are not careful to relax that area too. I try to consciously contract the skin at the back of my head and try to move my ears "up and back". This helps to lift the face and give a more "open" expression.
If you practice this many times a day, eventually it will become a habit and replace the old bad habits of clenching the face in severe harsh expressions.
I hope this can help you in some small way.