and your true figure.
Walk toward your mirror and with all honesty. How do you describe
your body? What about your clothes? Does it suit your style?
Which of your features do you like best? Which the least?
is a sloping shoulder? It is the
height difference between the neck base and shoulder tip.
slope frequently changes with weight gain
and can change the fit of a garment. If weight is gained, you probably need to
shorten front or lengthen the back to avoid hiking in the back. If you have never
had a problem with slope, you're lucky your slope does not fall into this category
of a problem.
are all a combination of good and not-so-good traits. However,
we can project our best figure points and camouflage the parts of our body that
we consider our worst figure points.
there is an unwritten standard that we all believe for beauty
and style. We abide and perpetuate this by entertaining ourselves
with beauty contests and shows such as Miss Universe, Miss
World, etc. This standard is made up of our collective decision,
which has been carried through several generations. We don't
really know when and where it started. We just, unnoticeably,
set these standards to ourselves.
asked to name a beautiful celebrity, we tend to respond with
the same answer. This thing is certain because we imagine
the same standard that is preset in our minds. It is also
certain that every time we approve things that look good,
this standard becomes more realistic and the acceptance of
the process will go on.
news which is so meting that the majority has accepted spread
fast. Reporters write them on their newspapers, editors feature
them on their magazines. Photographers capture them on their
cameras, and artists preserve them on their canvasses until
the whole world had seen them. Likewise, libraries keep records
of these until they become part of our lifestyles' history.
Without a doubt, this is what made up our standard for today
happens if something does not fall into this standard? It's
plain unfortunate. There are ways we can do to align them.
However, like plastic surgery, working out at the gym and
most of the time, the use of camouflage techniques.
is the easiest way to cover up body flaws.
Instead of demonstrating your flaws, you can display them where they will do you
good. That is its basic principle.
the camouflage techniques
and you'll discover a new you.