Almost every individual would like to do something to themselves, whether it is with the hair, grooming, general fashion, physical image, diet etc so as to achieve a better appearance. Interestingly, being attractive is easier than you think. Understandably, there are features that are unalterable - those are what make you unique. However, most of us possess many changeable ones, which we can work on using our habits.
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