Have you ever heard the word “neuroplasticity”? It’s the term brain scientists use to describe how our neural networks and the connections in our brains physically change in response to new information. As you’re reading this now, the structure of your brain is literally taking on a new shape. What this means is that you have the ability to rewire your brain at any moment in time. You have a choice, every second of every day, to become a different person who makes different choices.
You can take a new path and forge a new life in which you are more beautiful than you’ve ever been beginning right this very moment. No matter where your quest for beauty has taken you in the past, you don’t have to let past failures control future success.
Your Pursuit of Beauty
Think about your beauty journey in life so far. Where has it taken you? To the aisles of Sephora? To every hair salon in town? To hundreds or maybe thousands of beauty blogs and websites? What has it cost you? Hundreds of dollars on a year’s worth of personal training sessions? Thousands of dollars at a plastic surgeon’s office? A small fortune spent on more magic pills and creams than you can possibly name?
And what was the end result of all that time and money? A bunch of outdated diet books dropped off at the Goodwill? A stack of unused workout DVDs stashed in a box in the basement? After all the things you’ve tried to be and feel more beautiful, have they worked? Do you feel like you’re your most beautiful self right now? I’m going to take a wild guess and say no. Because if you did you probably wouldn’t have bought this book.
Our temporary highs on the quest for beauty can be fun—a new tube of lip gloss, a flawless manicure, a rejuvenating facial—but as any addict will tell you, what goes up must come down. After we get over the new outfit or new haircut, we often find ourselves feeling the same way we did before we got our latest beauty fix. We still don’t feel beautiful. We need more.
That’s where this book comes in. I promise this is not some esoteric treatise on the meaning of beauty (although I would encourage you to wax poetic rather than wax your legs any day of the week). I promise this book will contain a lot of practical advice about the brands of makeup that you should buy and the resources you should use to get the best beauty information. But what you’re not going to get in this book is a lot of worthless beauty tips. You know—lessons on applying bronzer or how to dress a pear-shaped body—that kind of junk.
Beauty is much deeper than a pretty face and a toned body. It’s something that radiates from some women and is starkly absent in others. I’m going to tell you how to get the kind of beauty that everyone will be immediately attracted to…the kind that makes people want to know more about you…the kind that is evident whether you’re 22 or 72.
So no matter what you’ve thought about beauty in the past, I hope you’ll commit to keeping an open mind and think again. If you do what I tell you for the next seven days, you’ll be amazed at what happens. You will feel different and everyone around you will start to treat you differently because you will literally look different—in every way possible. In fact, just one week from now, you will wake up and realize that your long quest for beauty has ended with the ultimate find: You’ve just stumbled upon the holy grail.