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What’s In A Smile? Everything, Apparently!

{by} Sasha | Crows' Feet, Cupcakes, and Cellulite 


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We’ve all heard the importance of making a great first impression. And we’re also familiar with the old adage “you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover.”


But recently, while I was interviewing several candidates for an upcoming project, I caught myself paying less attention to their words and more attention to their expressions, gestures, and yes, looks. At one point, I found myself fixated on the first candidate’s…errr…no-so-white teeth. The following candidate, however, could have come straight from a Colgate commercial. I was completely mesmerized by her perfectly shaped, refrigerator-white, 100-kilowatt smile. The interviewee who ended up landing the gig? Surprise, surprise…the one with the amazing smile.


So, is a dazzling smile the difference between semi-success and major success? Will a better (and perpetual) smile make us appear more attractive to others? Appear younger? And, ultimately, bring us more happiness? Yes, yes, yes, and yes. Read on

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I agree! Smiling is so much easier than frowing, isn't it? ;) Not to mention a smiling person looks such much more beautiful than a person who's constantly frowning! Thnks for the comment love, MissXu!

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Smile away is what my dad always tells me! :) A smile a day brightens everyone's day :) 

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