Alice in Wonderland was a terrific film based on the books Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass by Lewis Carroll. It had especially nice graphics, make-up, and costume design . It also had very realistic 3-D images. My favorite character was the Mad Hatter, played by Johnny Depp. I especially liked the scene with the Mad Hatter where he tells the story of how the Red Queen (Helena Bonham Carter), stole the crown from her sister the White Queen, (Ann Hathaway). Although I enjoyed the movie, I thought that the animated Disney film was better, because it followed the original book more closely. The new film was not as cheerful as the animated version and was a little freaky in places. The Jabberwocky was very scary having a slimy head and purple blood. If you are easily frightened, stick with the animated version.
Did you know that how you feel about yourself is often related to how you look? When you develop your own effective personal style, your self-esteem increases and having healthy self-esteem allows for greater success in life. Still, for most teens, developing a personal style that is both flattering and unique is a daunting task.
We all admire our favorite T.V. and movie stars, who all seem so confident and stylish. So, how do they do it? Many turn to fashion expert and image consultant, Brenda Cooper. If you are a regular viewer of E!, Entertainment Tonight, Extra, or The View, you have probably seen Brenda show viewers how to gain self-esteem through fashion choices. Brenda earned Television's most prestigious award, the Emmy, for her work as costume designer on the hit T.V. series, The Nanny starring Fran Drescher, and you may have read her articles in magazines like InStyle, Self, Allure, People Magazine or InTouch.
Brenda is an expert in choosing the right colors and fabrics to make anyone look movie-star fabulous. The London born designer assures us that picking clothes and "looks" can be done with fantastic results even on a small budget. She teaches her clients the importance of finding their colors, those tones that look best based on skin tone, eye color, etc. Brenda's clients span all ages, ethnicity and body types, and she loves working with teens. "I work with teenagers to identify their personal tone of color that harmonizes with their skin, so they can look radiant and vibrant . Knowing your personal tone can create a palette of 65 colors that look great on you and can apply to your hair, makeup and wardrobe. Your colors last for a lifetime and can be used to help you look your best for a prom, parties, special dates and other social occasions where you want to stand out from the crowd and be a stunning beauty."
Although Brenda works with celebrities, models and high-end red carpet events, she is also available for personal or group consultations at reasonable rates. She can be contacted for an appointment at firstname.lastname@example.org. Brenda also has a popular website and blog at http://www.brendacooper.com that is filled with fashion tips for all ages.
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