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5 cool tips by Tang Monika

5 cool tips by Tang Monika

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Dress for a trip
Whenever I vacation at a resort, I love to dress simply and not sexily; I choose a plain T-shirt, tucked into my mini-jeans or skirt. Dressing like this is simple and pleasant!

Hair and make-up
Make-up can be a fun way to experiment with your style, as can a stylish haircut. Personally, I choose to use a hair straightener. It looks nice and simple, plus it is easy to do.

Skin care
Taking care of your skin can be a difficult task. After a shower, I always apply some skin lotion to prevent dehydration, and I wear sun block outside. Once a week, I use a mask of orange, honey, and ripe tamarind. 

Styling with accessories
I do not like to wear excessive accessories when I go out. Usually, I wear a small necklace, a square black watch, and a tiny black or red belt. 

Staying healthy
Fitness is important for both guys and girls. Exercise can be a fun way to stay healthy. Be sure to drink lots of water. 

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