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5 cool tips with Puty Chan

5 cool tips with Puty Chan

How to get trim and slim
Girls, get that dream body you’ve always wanted. Make sure to start with a healthy breakfast and don’t snack between meals, unless you’re eating something healthy. I suggest bananas and tea, which will work wonders for getting to your target weight – they keep cholesterol low and help you stay full. Ladies, try it out now.


How to stay stylish with sleep
Fact of life: no pretty girl looks tired. So ladies, don’t forget to fit in enough sleep every night to stay looking perky and fresh. Having enough rest also keeps you alert and healthy – whereas if you’re skipping out on sleep, you’ll probably find yourself sluggish and sick. Go and get a good night’s rest!

How to stand a head above the rest
Girls, the key to looking sexy and slender is all in your posture. Standing straight with your shoulders upright gives you a lean silhouette. Who cares whether it’s an illusion or not. Be careful about slouching or bending your body too far forwards, especially if you’re bottom heavy.


How to find a fantastic face
Ready to glow like a glamorous cover girl? Get your beauty on with a fresh face of makeup. Start with a totally hot powder that’s light in colour. Then, do over your cheeks with a bit of blush. For added shine, make sure to put on a clear lotion for the right shimmer. Girls, it’s all about being luminous when the light hits you just right. Use light makeup on your eyes and lips to stay natural.

How to dress like a diva
Make sure the clothes you wear are tailored to your body. Girls, no one likes the way baggy, loose-fitting outfits: it’s the truth. They just don’t look good because they add layers to your hips and waist. Stuck on your way to school in a uniform? Don’t fret, make sure it’s fitting and ironed – even that can look good as long as it fits your body type.

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