10 Steps To Feeling Extraordinarily Irresistible Everyday

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As part of our shared “Irresistible You” initiative with YourTango, we thought we’d give you some tips on ways to feel irresistible every day of the week. Since I’m always irresistible and have people flocking toward me at all hours of the day and night, I thought I should be the one doling out advice on the subject and just how one can achieve feeling so fucking great at all times!

This 12-day initiative, that focuses on how to make you feel better and more confident, comes to an end on July 27th, so you only have seven days left to take part. So either before or after you check out this gallery below, be sure you take a look at the “Irresistible You” users guide and sign up for YourTango‘s newsletter so you can receive the eBook, Irresistible You free. Also, you don’t want to miss the Twitter party on Tuesday July 24th from 3-5pm. Not only will TheGloss be there with YourTango, but so will our sister site, Crushable, as well as CollegeCandy. So fun, right? I don’t know what a Twitter party is, but if they’re serving champagne, I’m there.

 

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    • Jen

      I do #5 and #10 ALL THE TIME. Like, every day.

      And I was GOING to say (regarding the coloring your face one) that I’m 42 years old and I never, ever wore lipstick until this year because I thought it looked funny on me, but now I love it. The redder the better. (Oh hey! That rymes!) Buuuut, then I scrolled down and there’s a link to your article about how you never used to wear lipstick but now you won’t go anywhere without out it so YOU BEAT ME TO IT DAMN YOU.

      I think I’m going to have an all-caps day today.

      • Jen

        Oh yeah, and now I’m going to go read that lipstick article. So there may be comments forthcoming. Because I’m feeling IRREPRESIBLE today.

      • Amanda Chatel

        HAHA! I’m sorry I beat you to it… I just like to win!

      • Jen

        Well, I read it and after all that bragging about being irrepressible (which I totally misspelled, and in all-caps at that, sheesh) all I could think of was “Good for you!” So I didn’t bother, because I was 119 days late to the party, anyway.

        But also… that is a FABULOUS haircut on you and now I miss my pixie cut.

      • Amanda Chatel

        Thanks! I can’t bring myself to grow it out — it’s too easy to just roll out of bed and go.

        Since you used to have one, how the hell did you grow it out without losing your mind!?!

      • Jen

        Well. That’s a good question. I’m currently in the process of growing it out, and basically just losing my mind.

        It was super-short like yours, and then I started growing out the front & keeping the back razor-short until my bangs were to my chin (pretty much my favorite 80′s hairdo that I actually had in the 80′s)… and then my husband asked me if I would please, please, pretty-please (yes, he threw in the pretty-please, damn him) grow my hair out long just one last time and after that I could cut it as short as I want and he’d never say another word about it.

        And I said ok. BECAUSE I AM A SUCKER FOR A PRETTY-PLEASE.

        Haha. I’m comforting myself with the fact that we never discussed how long I had to have long hair, or even how long long hair is (what a tortured sentence), and fantasizing about cutting it all off and donating it to charity to make wigs for bald kids.

      • Amanda Chatel

        Well I commend your efforts — you have far more patience than me!

        Once it reaches a point where I can take it behind my ear, I cut it again. I also have insanely curly hair (think Carrie Bradshaw), so dealing with it truly is a nightmare.