10 Seemingly Insignificant Details That Can Ruin Even the Most Flawless Look

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Sometimes, even the most elegant look can be ruined by a tiny, seemingly insignificant detail, like ill-fitting underwear, the length of your pants, or the color of our shoelaces. Luckily, there are ways to avoid this.

Matte lipstick

Matte lipstick looks quite pretty when applied correctly. In addition, it lasts a long time and rarely smudges. But when applied to lips that have dry patches, it makes them look even worse, especially after a few hours.

Ill-fitting clothes in your bust area

This problem is often found in evening dresses and tops with built-in cups. Make sure your bust sits in the cups. If it doesn’t, the dress may look too big in this area, and you can find yourself in an awkward situation.

Skinny pants made from thin fabric

Skinny pants made from thin, elastic fabric will emphasize all the curves of your body. Plus, there is an opinion that cellulite becomes more pronounced if you wear clothes that are too tight. And on top of all that, these pants aren’t very good for your health. Try to replace them with skinny pants made from thicker or denser fabrics.

Ill-fitting underwear

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If the seams of your underwear cut into your hips or the skin on your backside, it’s likely that you’ve chosen undies of the wrong size or style. Try seamless boyshorts that sit right under your butt or a classic G-string. And if you’re wearing a pair of leggings, be sure to get a full-coverage panty to avoid camel toe.

Makeup products that don’t suit your skin

Some makeup products just don’t work the way they should. They clog the pores, emphasize dry patches on the face, or ball up on the skin. This problem is most common when using compact powder or foundation. And if this is the case with you, try to replace them with products of a different brand.

Worn-out outsoles


If we have a favorite pair of comfortable shoes, we are willing to wear them all the time without ever taking them off, and we don’t usually pay attention to the outsoles. However, soles that are worn down excessively in any one area can ruin an otherwise perfect outfit, so maybe it’s time to find these shoes a replacement.

Baggy knees in pants

On the one hand, it’s not recommended to wash jeans too frequently, On the other hand, if you wear a pair for a long time, its knees can become baggy, which doesn’t look pretty at all. This can be fixed with washing, but to prevent your jeans from wearing out, it’s best to hand wash them in cold water.

Unhealthy-looking hair

Sometimes women sacrifice the health of their hair for the sake of its length. But split ends and dry hair won’t let you appear well-groomed. In this case, the only way to help your hair look healthy again is to trim or cut it.

Dirty or worn-out shoelaces

Shoelaces are another important element of our appearance that is often overlooked. However, it’s hard not to notice dirty or worn-out laces, even if your shoes are perfectly clean. And this little detail can ruin your entire look.

Pants with a length that isn’t quite right

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Pants or leggings with a length that isn’t quite right can wrinkle around your knees, under your butt, and around your ankles. The hem of your skinny-legged pants should stop at the narrowest part of your ankle. On the other hand, wide pants should cover the top of your shoe and leave a portion of the heel and toe exposed.

A confident person doesn’t really care about what strangers on the street might think about their outfits. But sometimes we really want to look perfect from any angle. Do you usually pay attention to the small details of your look?

Preview photo credit Hellmuth Dominguez, PacificCoastNews.com / East News, Hellmuth Dominguez, PacificCoastNews.com / East News


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