I Corinthians 4:7

We are born with one face, but–laughing or crying, wisely or unwisely–eventually we form our own. — Coco Chanel

A wife who had reached the point of having nothing to wear spoke to her husband about it for weeks to no avail. Finally she splurged on a very chic, very expensive chemise dress. That night she put it on and glided into the living room for her husband’s approval. Looking up from his paper, his eyes almost popped out of his head. “All right, dear,” he said resignedly, “You’ve made your point — for heaven’s sake get a new dress.”

She has such a sour look that when she puts on face cream it curdles.

The poorest may be neat.

Of all the things you wear, your expression is the most important.

Beauty magazines make you feel ugly.

If ignorance is bliss, why place a brighter light above the mirror?

Auntie to child: “When I was child I was told that if I made ugly faces my face might stay that way.”   Response, “Well, you were warned.”

A good appearance is a letter of recommendation. — Spurgeon

You never get a second chance to make a good first impression.