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Make a list of the changes you want to make and check them off as you complete them. This will allow you to see how much time you have left of your allotted seven-day time span to tackle the rest of the changes you want to make to become a girly girl. For example, if you want to dress more like a girly girl, give yourself two or three days to go shopping, and once you've purchased your clothes, check this off your list.
Visit a beautician for a haircut and style. According to Glamour magazine, visit your hair stylist every six to eight weeks for a trim. Request a cut that will be easy for you to maintain with the styling tools you have at home and ask the stylist to walk you through the styling steps. Watch closely to ensure that you can re-create this style.
Get a makeover by a cosmetician at a local department store. Ask what
colors highlight your best features and be sure to purchase makeup that can take you from a daytime outing to a night out with the girls. Learn how to achieve a “five-minute face,” which allows you to look your best even when running a quick errand.
Purchase new clothing that is versatile and yields several different outfits by changing one article and/or accessories. For example, if you already have several pairs of jeans, buy shirts or blouses that can be worn with two different pairs of shoes and different accessories to create both daytime and evening looks. Hang on to those old T-shirts; you still need clothes to get dirty in.
Throw away or donate any articles of your clothing that were bought in the men’s section of a retail or department store. Men’s clothing is cut differently and runs larger, which sometimes adds an additional 5 to 10 pounds to your female frame. They may be more comfortable to wear, but you will lose your girly girl appeal.