Femininity (10)

It is the elusive, effortless essence of being a woman. Grace of movement, poise, fashion sense, speech, and etiquette are all just pieces of the whole that equals femininity. Its not What you wear, but HOW you where it that brings a look to life. In these pages you'll find articles and tips of how to achieve Femininity ... ooh, the feel of it!

Standing Feminine in 9 Easy Steps

I am most often asked by those who have studied my Vol 1 DVD—to please explain again– how to stand and sit in an S-Curve. Review Vol 1 but herewith a short review. Most men stand linear, and they generally do not use much hand movement (except shaking hands, waving or crossing their arms) so we want to break out of the linear by using what I created called the S-Curve to look casual, sensual, sexy, or really sensual.


Getting A Long, Lean Female Body Shape

Femininity Expert Denae Doyle Wants To Slim You Down!

To get the long, lean body, of tall, beautiful woman… with no bulk… forget the trips to the gym. I use a Pilates (stretch) box, for my workout. It gives you the body of a ballet dancer, and creates long, lean arms and legs without building any muscles. This is great for girls who live on the freezing east coast, when it is cold and difficult to get to the gym.


How To Make Scarlet Work!

I’ve had several girls’ email me asking questions regarding what color hose and shoes to wear with red. Thank you for all your wonderful emails. Anyone can wear red. The trick is to find the tone that best compliments your skin tone and personality. "Brick" red - which is more subdued than bright blue-based red because it has a strong black undertone - is a great choice for most people.


Femininity Expert Denae Doyle Wants To Slim You Down!

Femininity Expert Denae Doyle Explains How A New Girl Should Get The Right Fit

Okay, now… getting a bra that fits and is comfortable! This is difficult for even the seasoned genetic women. Having the back snap ride upward will cause the cups of your bra to look un-natural and it causes the cups to “point upward”, and only padded bras stand upward when we’re 18.

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