Guys, how can girls improve their looks?

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    Oh please. I'm so ugly that I'm a 24 year old girl who's never been able to get a boyfriend. You have no right to be complaining about your looks.
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    (Original post by luckyblossom)
    Oh please. I'm so ugly that I'm a 24 year old girl who's never been able to get a boyfriend. You have no right to be complaining about your looks.
    I specified I wasn't complaining, just about improving. Also, you literally have no idea what I look like. For all you know I could look like a tortoise that's had it's shell bashed in with a frying pan and then got blended. Who knows? I'm a mystery.

    I ain't trying to out-do anyone, I want to look pretty when I go to dinner with my boyfriend and his parents, that's all.
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    (Original post by luckyblossom)
    Oh please. I'm so ugly that I'm a 24 year old girl who's never been able to get a boyfriend. You have no right to be complaining about your looks.
    Proof?
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    of ugliness, not the no boyfriend part
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    (Original post by AlexLawrence1453)
    Take a new one.
    Okay, I guess. I'll die of embarrassment but hey ho. I'll PM them, yeah?
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    (Original post by ShannyMorrison)
    Okay, I guess. I'll die of embarrassment but hey ho. I'll PM them, yeah?
    I'm down.
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    (Original post by ShannyMorrison)
    I specified I wasn't complaining, just about improving. Also, you literally have no idea what I look like. For all you know I could look like a tortoise that's had it's shell bashed in with a frying pan and then got blended. Who knows? I'm a mystery.

    I ain't trying to out-do anyone, I want to look pretty when I go to dinner with my boyfriend and his parents, that's all.
    If you've got a boyfriend you're already pretty.

    (Original post by AlexLawrence1453)
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    Well I'm not going to post a pic here but there was a very large thread (hundreds of comments) about how ugly I am because someone found a pic of me.

    So that should give you an idea.
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    (Original post by luckyblossom)
    Well I'm not going to post a pic here but there was a very large thread (hundreds of comments) about how ugly I am because someone found a pic of me.

    So that should give you an idea.
    Gnarly.

    Yeah you can pm it'll be a nice bonding experience. I'll share the love.
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    (Original post by luckyblossom)
    If you've got a boyfriend you're already pretty.
    Believe it or not it doesn't happen like that. My boyfriend is an incredibly shy person and many people mistook this as him being rude. We met in halls of residence and I noticed he was drunk and sitting all alone. Turns out I was the only one to talk to him properly that night.

    He liked me because I (literally) saw him and approached him even though he had b*tchface syndrome. I also managed to get him to combat his shyness and with time managed to convince him he wasn't unattractive.

    Despite what you may think, he wasn't chilling with a beer and chatting with friends as I entered the room and 'blew him away'. The angels didn't sing and the room didn't fill with smoke. I wasn't a stunning minx in black leather and lace.
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    Good hygiene and a nice smile
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    Maybe get rid of spots, keep yourself clean and perhaps lose weight? But remember that youre not out impress others, you're out to impress yourself, get yourself someone who's happy as you are with yourself
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    (Original post by ShannyMorrison)
    Believe it or not it doesn't happen like that. My boyfriend is an incredibly shy person and many people mistook this as him being rude. We met in halls of residence and I noticed he was drunk and sitting all alone. Turns out I was the only one to talk to him properly that night.

    He liked me because I (literally) saw him and approached him even though he had b*tchface syndrome. I also managed to get him to combat his shyness and with time managed to convince him he wasn't unattractive.

    Despite what you may think, he wasn't chilling with a beer and chatting with friends as I entered the room and 'blew him away'. The angels didn't sing and the room didn't fill with smoke. I wasn't a stunning minx in black leather and lace.
    You were attractive enough for him to want a relationship with you rather than a friendship. Therefore you're pretty. So relax, you don't really need to improve anything
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    (Original post by luckyblossom)
    You were attractive enough for him to want a relationship with you rather than a friendship. Therefore you're pretty. So relax, you don't really need to improve anything
    Nah, he's just not big on looks and I'm not big on dressing up so it goes hand in hand. If you could change one thing about yourself I think it should be how you perceive yourself. If you wouldn't say those things to another girl why say them to you?
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    (Original post by ShannyMorrison)
    Nah, he's just not big on looks and I'm not big on dressing up so it goes hand in hand. If you could change one thing about yourself I think it should be how you perceive yourself. If you wouldn't say those things to another girl why say them to you?
    I would think them about another girl but not say it to her out loud, that would be cruel. Unfortunately I can't hide my own thoughts from myself.

    Also it's a bit of a stretch to call me a girl, to even put me in the same category as girls. I'm a failure of a girl.
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    (Original post by AlexLawrence1453)
    From my personal perspective:
    - I much prefer no makeup at least while in a relationship. It makes me feel like you're more comfortable with me and yourself. If you just want to look aesthetic, then lather it on.
    - It's not about how you look, it's about how you present yourself. Work on exuding more confidence.
    - Work on your posture
    I ****ing hate tumblrisms. GTFO.
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    (Original post by Shipreck)
    I ****ing hate tumblrisms. GTFO.
    Hey, man, just like, calm down, man, be cool, man, peace.
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    make up
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    Things women can do to look better:

    Lose weight
    Be young

    Everything else is tinkering at the edges.
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    For starters, what's your weight like, your hair type/colour/style/length and clothing styles? Also, what's your eye colour? And finally, your skin tone? (I'm asking about skin colour because it's in relation with your hair and eyes if you decide to reply - and this info will help).
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    (Original post by Lemons1990)
    Lol no- I honestly haven't been in circles when they talk about women. I have two very beautiful girls in my year,who are hot. the moment one of them broke up the guys were making bets about getting with her. I think all other girls fall into the cute category. I don't believe anyone is ugly you just those who don't make the effort. The way you feel about yourself is very important and can be picked up by others.

    The first guy I fell in love with I didn't think he was a looker, he was geeky but he literally grew on me. I found his two best friends straight out wow- they could have easily have been models.But for me- it was the small stuff that was special about him like the way his eyes sparkled when he laughed. When he would lean over to whisper something into my ear. The curve of his lips when he smiled. Dorky things like that. So looks wouldn't really matter for me if I loved you, and if you respected me and treated me right.
    This isn't about our personal experience though. I know girls like that exist. I look like a badly drawn cartoon yet a surprising number of girls have liked me back. It's possible.

    The point is that most people hugely value looks and to tell the OP that it doesn't really matter what she looks like is being misleading. It may not matter to you but it matters to many many others some of whom she'll probably fancy at some point.
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    (Original post by luckyblossom)
    I would think them about another girl but not say it to her out loud, that would be cruel. Unfortunately I can't hide my own thoughts from myself.

    Also it's a bit of a stretch to call me a girl, to even put me in the same category as girls. I'm a failure of a girl.
    Probably still more of a girl than me
 
 
 
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