Have you noticed that the day you look good, your humor accompanies, while those days when you look in the mirror and you don't like yourself start off on the wrong foot? Everything that surrounds us is energy that fuels our mood: the thoughts, the words, the people and the image that the mirror returns to us. Therefore, far from being frivolous, taking care of yourself and looking good is essential to establish positive behavior patterns that will determine the direction of our life.Having days with low spirits (or as they are commonly called “down ") are totally normal, and show us the other side of the coin. To be able to recognize those days when we look great and we love our smile, we have to cope with those not so positive ones. The fundamental thing is not to make the latter a habit, since taking the trouble to get ready and go out to enjoy what surrounds us will make us feel proud of the image we project. It is scientifically proven that transmitting security is perceived on the contrary as beauty and attractiveness.For this reason, I have compiled some interesting ideas to facilitate the implementation of these positive habits in front of the mirror: Look for clothes that match your lifestyle, giving you the aesthetic part you want to convey but without giving up comfort. It is difficult to feel good in clothes that are flattering, but that are uncomfortable, not very functional or even painful. Make a selection of versatile basics that never fail. A blazer that defines the shoulders, a dress that accentuates the silhouette, some pants baggy that hide unforeseen volumes. Invest in quality clothing.Project your aspirations through your outfits to convey security. Do you want to get a project off the ground? Look for a look that enhances your confidence in yourself. Others will receive it in a positive way. Treat others as you would like them to treat you. It sounds typical, but imitation is a basic premise of life in society (and Karma). Telling a friend that the color pink suits her or that she has luminous skin, it will be returned to you at some point.Create and practice daily rituals that return you to your sphere of positivity: the endorphins that exercise provides, the clothes that transport you to special moments, the sensory cosmetics ... all of them are good options to rebalance your energies.As the tennis player María Sharapova said: “When you look good, you feel good. Feeling confident in what you are wearing is very important. When you feel good, you will always give your best without worrying about anything else ”.Image Credits: Sarah Jessica Parker, 90's in New York.