How to become a more beautiful woman

You have to be willing to make sacrifices, especially for the sake of beauty, says Tati Bhatia, founder of the Tati Beauty Foundation.

I was born beautiful, but I didn’t realize that until I was 30.

The first thing I noticed was that my skin was oily and dry, my hair was dark, my body fat was abnormally high, and I had an oily complexion.

So I started taking oil-based products, such as conditioners and lotions, that I had grown up using, but they didn’t help.

I had to stop taking them.

Then, after I started wearing makeup and wearing more skin-lightening products, I began to lose my hair, and my skin became very thin.

And, eventually, I had my skin break out.

I also developed a rash that developed around my eyes and around my nose.

So, I ended up in a hospital, which has been the hardest thing for me.

People say I look ugly, but what I really want is a body that’s beautiful, says Bhatian.

And that means changing my body, getting rid of bad habits and changing my lifestyle.

For some people, being beautiful means changing how they dress, and for others, it means having a perfect body that suits their personality and looks good in the mirror.

Bhatia started the foundation in 2007 after she had a difficult childhood and a severe reaction to drugs.

She says she struggled to have healthy relationships with her family and friends.

After years of feeling like a failure, she decided to change that and build a foundation that would help other women like her.

When I started my foundation, I wasn’t happy.

I wasn, like, “Oh my god, what am I doing?”

I was trying to get my life together and I was just trying to keep it together.

But I started to understand that being beautiful is just a step in the right direction.

“Being beautiful is a step, not a destination, but it’s also a stepping stone,” says Bhatti.

She hopes that the foundation will inspire other women to change their own bodies to look better and live healthier lives.

We are all different, she says, and it’s important to learn from others.

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