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61. What are some things you need to do to your body or clothes in order to feel presentable?
Lift some weights and completely re-do my wardrobe. I'm in a new phase and I have to step it up.
Remove wrinkles and cat hair
Run a lint roller over them.
artwise and color.
Me and my clothes (and shoes)should be clean, my clothes shouldn't have wrinkles on them, no smell, no stains, no sticking, in good condition, not smaller then my size. Face: no puffy eyes, no facial hair, no acne if possible, no visibly greasy hair at the workplace.
Body lotion, vanilla body oil, washed hair, accessories, and flattering outfits.
i have eczema, so i have to keep up with skincare religiously.
No stains or rips, or wear...Fixing loose hems.
No downtrodden, scuffed shoes. Fix and polish them (or discard)
No bad body odour...
Brushing my teeth! Oral hygiene.
I lost my muscle tone after being confined to my bed for 5 months or so and losing the ability to walk. Since then I can walk and exercise fine again but I haven't accomplished the task of rebuilding my muscle yet. I feel like I need to do this before I feel fully presentable again. I think as long as clothes are relatively modest and very clean they're presentable enough.
Take a shower!
To dress comfortable
Cover my white-blonde eyelashes in black waterproof mascara and perform basic skincare activities.
I've actually started moisturizing at 31, mostly due to getting high-quality moisturizer samples in subscription cosmetic boxes. It's important.
Also, I take fastidious care of my teeth. I'm privileged to have good dental insurance for the first time ever, and I see a dental hygienist every three months. She taught me about dry-brushing my teeth very gently, using a soft feathered toothbrush.
Just be clean really. And pressed (clothes not body).
wash my hair, it's a terrible obsession