Be incredibly sexy: 52 brilliant ideas for sizzling sensuality

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Infinite Ideas, Feb 28, 2006 - Self-Help - 256 pages
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Be incredibly sexy provides sensational tips and techniques to help you rediscover your sexiness, sensuality and inner beauty, and shows you what to do with it once you've found it! You'll learn how to flirt and turn people on with your sparkling conversation, how to use music, movies and books to boost your sex appeal and all the tips that every sex siren needs to know about looking fabulous. By learning just some basic techniques about how to dress, walk, talk – even dance – you can reveal your inner sexiness.
 

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Contents

1 The confidence factor
1
2 Heaven scent
5
3 A good dressing down
11
4 Dance yourself sexy
15
5 And what do you do?
19
6 Blooming sexy
23
7 Literal appeal
29
8 White hot wedding
33
29 The art of sexy travel
125
30 Sex on the brain
129
31 Get the massage?
133
32 The tan commandments
137
33 Va va vroom vroom
141
34 Wow voyager
147
35 Glamour how to get it
151
36 Ageing sexily
155

9 The art of the sexy surprise
37
10 Work it
41
11 Fitting in fitness
45
12 The power of lovely lingerie
49
13 Smoke gets in your eyes
55
14 Sensuous surroundings
59
15 Sexy style
63
16 Musical mystique
67
17 Flirt flirt flirt
71
18 Tricks of the trade
77
19 Yes we have no pyjamas
81
20 Play away
85
21 Feed your desires
89
22 Enduring allure
93
23 Theres no place like home
97
24 The art of the sexy bath
103
25 Sporting chance
107
26 Toys for the boys?
111
27 Sex and the movies
115
28 Location location location
119
37 Absence makes the heart grow fonder
159
38 Beauty and the breast
165
39 Spice up your life
169
40 Sexy dates
173
41 Sexy sex
177
42 Be a cunning linguist
181
43 A certain je ne sais quoi
187
44 Make em laugh
193
45 Be a culture vulture
197
46 Tantalising Tantric
201
47 Tie me up tie me down
207
48 Preparation preparation preparation
211
49 The cinq a sept
215
50 Sex in strange places
221
51 Bottoms up
225
52 Anyone for tennis?
229
The end
233
Index
235
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About the author (2006)

Helena Frith Powell was born in Sweden, educated in England and lives in France, where she works as a writer and journalist. She writes the article "French Mistress" in the Sunday Times, where she describes her life in France. She works together with the Sunday Telegraph, Tatler, Harper's & Queen and the Independent on Sunday regularly. She is also author of "Two Lipsticks and a Lover," where she tries to find out why French woman are that attractive and fashionable.

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