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By Lisa Clark

The crucial go-for-it advisor to feeling dazzlingly beauty*licious! Self-professed vainness queen, Lola Love, is again with the scrumptious purple women of their sparkly new quest to make youngsters consider fabulous!

Embrace your individuality and suppose nice approximately your self! Lola and the purple women are right here to teach you ways to seem nice, imagine nice and think nice. This variety bible is bursting with good looks counsel and ideas on how one can make some of the best from your personal funky style.Find very good the right way to strengthen your type with self belief and the way to make your hair, outfits and makeup absolutely cool! Then get nice principles on tips on how to remain satisfied and fit with no need to inn to fad diets or bad consuming regimes.Beauty*Licious is an absolute must-have for each youngster and tween lady on this planet. discover ways to utilize your individuality and be enjoyable, feisty, fearless and fabulous!

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Diggin’ on You When I check my reflection, I dig what I see. That’s because I’m Beauty*licious, baby! Having a Beauty*licious ’tude doesn’t mean I’m a mucho vain-girl, it just means that I’m through with hating my thighs and dissin’ my chubby tummy. Instead, I love myself up–just the way I am! If you’re the put-down Polly and say things like ‘I’m so fat/ugly/skinny’ or ‘I hate the way I look’, it’s not your body that’s the issue, it’s your ’tude. We spend so much time trashing our bad-body-bits that we forget to love up our assets and, quite frankly chica, that’s just wrong, wrong, wrong.

This is the place to dish Beauty*licious secrets, bust myths and share advice–Bellisimo! My friends tell me I’m not fat, but there is a group of boys who tease me and call me chubby. I want to lose weight in a healthy way. How do I do that? THE PINK LADIES: Whoa, just because some boy-types tease you doesn’t mean there’s anything wrong with your body. Nobody has the right to make you feel bad about your bod, you make the decisions about you, okay? If you hang out with us a bit longer, you’ll soon realise that when you’re Beauty*licious, there’s lots of Converse kickin’ things you can do to learn to love your bod by keeping it healthy and fit!

I want to lose weight in a healthy way. How do I do that? THE PINK LADIES: Whoa, just because some boy-types tease you doesn’t mean there’s anything wrong with your body. Nobody has the right to make you feel bad about your bod, you make the decisions about you, okay? If you hang out with us a bit longer, you’ll soon realise that when you’re Beauty*licious, there’s lots of Converse kickin’ things you can do to learn to love your bod by keeping it healthy and fit! I hate my nose and want plastic surgery for it but I know it costs thousands of pounds.

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