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10 FASHION MISTAKES WOMEN ALWAYS MAKE! Many of you enjoyed my ’10 WAYS TO ALWAYS LOOK EXPENSIVE” video…so I thought I’d follow it up with 10 fashion mistakes I always see women making! Hopefully you enjoy these styling tips and tricks :)
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Hey guys!! Just in case anyone is wondering - I will definitely go back to my normal background, but I thought it would be fun to switch it up to something white & clean. I love channels that switch up backgrounds, filming angles, etc! I really enjoyed editing this video too. So thanks for watching XOXOXO
Hi Shea, I notice some of these things on “people” too. Myself included I’m embarrassed to say... And not just with women. However one of my pet peeves is the look of smeared and worn off make- up. I think anyone guilty of this, (including myself at times) would feel and look better to themselves and to others by glancing in the mirror and “powdering their nose” occasionally. Touching up make-up every few hours would help for sure but if one can’t bother with that because of being too busy, she is better off not wearing any eye make up at all. Also the use of an illuminating day cream/moisturizer can improve the complexion so well that foundation make-up really isn’t necessary at all. And a tan always helps. Am I right?
I’m a new admirer of your You Tube channel. I have long been doing
and noticing the same things with clothes, hair and make-up for years and was wondering if anyone else thinks that creatively (and yes, sometimes critically) like I do. It’s nice to know you do it too! I guess I’m just a girly girl at heart and I will always be...
God bless you and yours.
Keep up the good work!
Jill Ann Cooke
I prefer the white background. And I have to absolutely agree about the chipped nails! It’s so gross. I always wonder what her personal hygiene in other areas is like too. Or that they look like a drug addict. I also clean my shoes before I put them back in my closet almost every time. God knows what they pick up.
I love this vid and I do these tricks all the time but I can’t be on top of my nails all the time cause I’m a freshman (15) and I have art class 2-3 times a week so I almost never have SUPER fancy nails I usually get fake nails so that way they don’t chip, get the dead skin around my nails away, and then get a solid color 😂🥰🥰
This video is very stupid....same size clothes. Then obviously when you're ordering clothes get a bigger size it might help. I went school 4 Fashion...and it all depends on the fabric. Some companies use cheap fabric & some use expensive.
Shea has some excellent classic ideas. Helpful to those who don't know all there is about etiquette. try not to be offended ladies. Don't watch if too wounding. No, I don't have Luis Vuitton money either. There are less expensive brands. For Shae, Pls note, a number of repeats re: "If you watched me many times before (approx.) wasn't really necessary. All the best and go for it. I'm enjoying what I learn and the reminders. Thank you.
I totally agree with all your points , it’s nothing bad to be neat, sometimes I can’t but I’m always trying to be so people commenting that are only “rich” or “easy-life” problems are just ignorant with bad habits
I’ve seen *so many* reply’s to comments that state this video is judgmental saying “This video is for fashion just get off it” but you are judging the comment saying this is judgmental....if that made sense 😂
Damn, just stumbled upon this video and these comments frighten me - people, it's her video, her opinion you do not have to agree and if you don't like it just stop watching -_- and most importantly, she said at the beginning that she is not any guru and you do not have to agree with her so unclench your bums, guys... And regarding 'mistakes', while shoes or amount jewelry or way of wearing jeans are rather personal things of style I do agree with chipped nails and dirty shoes. It looks as if the person just neglected her hygiene, I was taught that hands are like a business card for woman so keep them neat. And some of the girls, I understand that you are focused on your career or studies which is great but removing nail polish takes 5 minutes or less? If you know that you'd be busy the whole week just don't apply a nail polish and work natural look. And shoes: sometimes the whole outfit is great & clean but then you take a look down on the feet and you're like... well, you know what I mean.
Loved the tips! As a sahm of 3, I really would like to look a little more polished. Most of these tips are so easy to put into action. I don't have many clothes, so I'm picking up pieces here and there. I would love a handbag suggestion for someone just exploring the world of luxury handbags. (Bonus points if I can keep a diaper or two in it. LOL!)
Cool video! Although the "diaper butt" part seems a bit sexist... I don't like saggy jeans myself, but I don't see how it's a "mistake" for those women who do like them. I mean, a man puts on saggy jeans and it's A-ok, but when a woman puts them on it's suddendly embarrassing, ugly and hilarious? What the hell
Scrolling down the comment section just gives me a headache.every single comment is a accusation.I just found this channel like 5 minutes ago.LITERALLY!!this is my second video.Why are u guys so mean? Normally if I had to define myself with one word I'd say that I'm not judgemental and yeah I kinda get she sounds judgemental,but NO!! she is not I don't think you'll know what being judgemental means.she didn't say they were these people were ugly or fat or looked like a piece of shot!!she just noticed them.she's trying to help people!!be a bit more understanding before u accuse her.
And she even kept saying this was just her opinion!she never said we had to follow these to look pretty.she never said to not wear anything u want with confident just becus u want to look pretty!!GOD!!!!!
What great for wrinkled clothes is wrinkle release from walmart.. doesn't matter how cheap your shirt is.. it costs less then $5 spray on a couple spritz front and back shake the shirt out.. goodbye ironing hello non wrinkly shirt in less the 5 min. I have a bottle at home and keep a little bottle in my car for on the go .
I don't know why everyone is so mean toward this girl...I agree with all these tips and I'm not rich...they are easy, useful tips that do make you look/feel more confident...I especially agree with having clean nails, clean clothing-without hair, lint or wrinkles and having clean shoes! it's like she read my mind on the shoes...I clean mine, my kids and my husband's shoes before putting back in our closets if they get really nasty..it helps them last longer and doesn't leave a huge mess in our show storage bins.
I have ordered several formal gowns from this company, first of all you can't beat the prices, also I always order a size larger to allow for any alterations to be done. Give about 2 months for delivery these are mostly made out of the country.
Don’t judge the shoe gap. Some of us have narrow heels and have to fit the shoe to the length of our foot and the width of shoe box. Shoe inserts help but the time to buy shoes is actually at the end of the day. Also gel/shellac ruined my nails. I use Seche Vite fast drying top coat and my own mani lasts for 7-10 days. Better than a salon. People always ask if I have gel nails because they’re so shiny and hard.
It used to bother me not having perfect nails... you know what bothers me now? My 2 bedroom apartment with one closet to share with 4 people! No more nails for me! There ARE more important things in life. Also, if you are only spending $25 on your nails, or means you arent tipping which is kind of an asshole move. Once I tip, I have always left the nail salon anywhere between 40-50$ less than what i had before. I'd rather save that money, and the money on handbags (other useless stuff) to own my own house.
I have back problems, so that makes me have feet problems, neck issues etc. I never wear heels because of this. The shoes I have to buy are expensive so I don't replace them just because they're dirty. I also like the worn out look on certain shoes but it's my style.
I lintroll when I remember, esp dark outfits because I wear mostly black.
My nails are always chipped! I don't know how this happens. I've tried those gel nails and stuff but they just break and ruin my nails more. I fix my nailpolish at home 1 time each week so the nail polish remover won't ruin my nails too much.
I like to wear loose fitting clothes but I try them on many times before deciding. I want them to look loose, not too big (unless it's supposed to)
Honestly I never iron my button down shirts. I only go to school and they're flannel so it doesn't matter.
I only have backpacks. I've tried handbags but they're super bad for my back. I do switch them out tho.
Thank you for all your advice! ^-^
Who want to be whit someone that look how someone wear their cloths and more...? I mean i want to be whit someone that dosent care what you wear..., and only cuz you have been told some kind of diper but or whatevs it dosent mean you should look down on someone else, how old are you ?
Maybe add a section on panty lines! Ewww, to me, there is nothing as gross as walking behind someone with obvious pantylines. Learn to wear a thong, woman! Or brightly colored panties with thin, light-colored pants/skirts/shorts.
Thank you. Very helpful information, I clicked on it because I used to be very lazy and now want to look better „put together“. Don’t listen to the judgy people who judge you by judgementally screaming out „judgemental!!!“.
Guilty of the following :
Diaper butt or nappy butt (I'm British) chipped nails. (when I can be bothered to paint them, not cleaning my shoes, lint on my coat, I've only just stopped wearing big earrings and necklace at the same time but certainly go out with no jewelry at all But I always make sure my bag matches my outfit. 😁 Would love it if I was more put together. Just the motivation and willingness to put the time in would be nice. I can live with it or I could become super human. It's helpful advice though. Also how to carry yourself in whatever outfit you put on. How to treat others despite their appearance and show off the best accessory in all it's polished glory; your spirit.
What I learned: Be rich so you could buy expensive stuff
"Cheap things from H&M". I mean for me even the things from there are expensive, not everyone has the money to shop at Gucci. I know you meant well probably but those things aren't fashion mistakes but a result of people's lack of time and money to spare on clothes. You shouldn't have been telling us what to wear but how to wear it instead, for example which things or colors not to pair together, that would actually be helpful. Trust me, if people had enough money to buy expensive things and didn't need to spend time by working extra hours to make some, they would all follow the rules you gave without even hearing them from you
For everyone that’s offended
You clicked on the video...
Yes you can wear whatever you want and yes these might not be practice for everyone. Yes these require money and yes they may not be practical for everyone. You don’t have have to follow these rules all the time, but it’s nice to know these Incase you are going somewhere special or want to feel better.
Again... you clicked on the video so stop being so offended.
I have a different experience with jeans. I find nowadays jeans shrink in the dryer even when following the recommended tumble dry low on the tags. If I buy something a bit tighter, for sure I won’t be able to wear them after washing a few times.
Your man totally did not create "diaper butt" i've heard it a million times before you even decided to whine on youtube. wearing a shoe size a half size larger will leave room for swelling (the women in the British royal family do this), your message is totally wrong, you come across as an entitled perfectionist. you are totally what is wrong with todays society, making young girls feel like they have to be perfect from head to toe and they will be a better person. also, your "Non sponsored" jewelry is ugly. that's all.
seriously tho, i regret to watch your video. this is completly wrong. fashion is freedom, no one at all should make a stupid rules like this. im sorry but i think you are just not a type of people i want to be surrounded with, it's so judmental,and your opinions are kinda toxic. it really is obvious that you are having uncertainty or anxiety about yourself or i would say "lack of confidence". so insecure..
She isn't judging, but giving her opinion. I loved this video and have offered additional information below. I am a HUGE bargain shopper and here are some tips if you are interested.
I've seen women who wear their sandals with their toes hanging off the end or the pinky toe off the side. Please please don't do that! Can't begin to imagine how uncomfortable that might be.
Handbags, if you are on a budget, you can purchase high end bags at consignment stores for more than 1/2 the price. My mom just bought a cross body bag at Stein Mart in Dallas for $14.00 on sale and it's a fantastic bag for shopping and not having to carry the weight. You can also purchase new or like new at Poshmark. If you want to clean out your closet, post your items on Poshmark as well.
Perfume, there is website Scentbird that is a perfume club where you can get a different scent every month for 14.00. 1 year will hold you over for a while and you pick the ones you want to try. I went in blindly choosing what sounded great and I literally love every single one.
Don't buy shoes in the summer to wear in the winter. I did that prior to going on an Alaskan cruise and at dinner I put on these brand new pumps and they were way to big. But I had nothing else. So, I lined the shoes with Kotex (yes, I really did. Genius, huh?) and went on about my business. It was ok, but I will never buy shoes the wrong time of the year again.
Secrets and Nightmares of the Teenage Circumcision Circuit.
In South Africa thousands of boys are initiated into manhood each year, but all too often they lose far more than they gain.
T he sun is drooping in the December sky as cicadas weave ominous melodies into the summer air. Their shrill vibrato is the soundtrack to Azola Nkqinqa’s last day as a boy. It’s the time of year when Nkqinqa, 18, and about 50,000 other South African boys, come to one of the many remote initiation schools in order to learn how to be a man. This school is located in the Eastern Cape province — the country’s poorest. In the Xhosa culture, the transition into manhood is marked by a month of instruction from elders, who teach the teens how to be a father, a husband. The Xhosa boys are also circumcised during this time, and most years these schools make headlines because dozens of the boys die during the process.
Nkqinqa is feeling particularly insecure. It is customary for the patriarch in a family to send a boy off, but Nkqinqa’s father has not been a part of his life for several years, and three of his uncles are dead. So a neighbor named Patrick Dakwa has agreed to take responsibility for him. Dakwa is a community volunteer who spends a lot of time trying to make circumcisions safer, running seminars near the Eastern Cape town of Flagstaff, teaching traditional surgeons how to safely dress wounds. However, since previous initiates are sworn to secrecy about the ritual’s details, as he lies in a hut with the other boys, rabid speculation is Nkqinqa’s only close companion.
The next day, the 13 boys in his cohort consecutively go to see a surgeon. Using a blade about the size of a steak knife, he slices off each of their foreskins. Dakwa and his fellow health volunteers recommend in their seminars that separate, disposable razors be used for the circumcisions so as to eliminate the risk of HIV transmission. But this is an illegal initiation school that shows little regard for regulations. All boys go under the same knife here.
The surgeon wraps Nkqinqa’s penis with a traditional dressing comprised of medicinal leaves. The pain is unremitting and debilitating, but Nkqinqa tries not to let his discomfort show. He doesn’t want to appear weak in front of the other emerging men.