Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Tips to Look Taller

Many people were not blessed with the right height so they lack self-confidence. In some cases it is just a psychological problem that a person considers himself as too short.

If it is not your case there are some techniques that can help you look taller visually instead of really becoming taller, that is possible either though rather complicated. Some designer clothing are fitted perfectly for taller person. Here are just a few things you should keep in mind when you wish to look taller so you can wear your desired designer clothes.


Good posture provides many physical and psychological benefits. It is an important component for back health and height increase.

Good posture helps maximize your height not just because of the obvious reason that you are sitting and standing tall rather than slouching and slumping, but for other structural and physiological reasons as well.

You can correct posture by ensuring that you always sit with your back against a chair’s support and being conscious of the fact that you will need to keep a correct posture at all times.

Good standing posture is achieved by leaning against a wall. Keep your head, shoulder blades, buttocks and heels in contact with the wall.

At the same time, use your muscles to pull back your neck, waist and knees to minimize the space between your body and the wall.

There should be only slight gaps. This practice can help you straighten up and give the impression that you look taller than you actually are.


By cleverly organizing the visual elements of clothes, their design, your hairstyle and even accessories you can change the way your body is perceived to the better and make yourself look taller.

Hair style

Wear your hair in the way it makes you appear taller. A hair style for you should be thin at the sides and higher up at the top, which can make you look as much as an inch taller. You should also avoid wide hair style.


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