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50 Ways to Look and Feel Beautiful

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Are you having one of those days? You just don't feel very happy—and you're not too satisfied with the way you look either. Even people with super high self-esteem have days when they're feeling down.

That's where the book 50 Ways to Look and Feel Beautiful comes in.

Wondering how to improve your beauty, with and without makeup? Interested in improving your inner beauty?

Published June 21st 2011
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I expected so much more than I got. The 50 suggestions are good, but honestly, it's not much more than three or four very simple sentences for each and that's it. Oh well.
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After writing her first novel in fifth grade--the first page of which was entirely in Pig Latin--Trisha Bartle spent much of her life ensconced in words. Though she came out of college with a degree in video game development, her eye was always on writing. She has won various awards for her fiction, including first place in the Creative Quill writing contest for her short story, "The Walk". Over t ...more