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Signs a Girl Is Vain

Updated April 17, 2017

You look across a crowded room and see a very attractive woman who you ask out. She seems friendly and interested in you and things are going well, but then you start noticing certain things that are not so good and you realise that perhaps you made a mistake or maybe you need to speak to her about changing her ways.

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Mirrors

This girl is constantly looking in mirrors or glass windows to check out how good she looks. She'll also go back and forth to the bathroom to make sure her make-up is in place. Patting her hair, which will be carefully fixed in place, and straightening her clothes are all signs of a vain girl.

Treatments

Although she may still be young, she may visit the beauty salon for different treatments to ensure she looks her very best. Fillers, laser treatments, manicures, pedicures, even liposuction may be undertaken in a persistent effort to make herself look even more attractive than she already is or thinks she is. She will definitely have cosmetic surgery as soon as she feels she needs it.

No Messing

If you have a motorbike, you are not going to attract this girl. Putting a helmet on her carefully coiffured head isn't going to happen. An open top sports car won't draw her in either as the wind will mess up her hair. Walks in the country are out, as she won't be able to wear the heels that extend her legs. She won't be doing anything that could cause her to break a nail.

Waiting

She is unlikely to ever be ready on time, and she hogs the bathroom as she spends so much time making herself up and doing her hair. You will always be late wherever you go as she likes to make an entrance after she has spent so much time on herself. She will only be seen on the arm of someone attractive, smart and most likely rich to fund her beauty treatments.

Me, Me, Me

She is constantly talking about herself and her achievements. She lets you know just how good she is at her job and how people admire her. She also lets you know just what a prize you have won. It is up to you whether you want to open the box.

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About the Author

Beverley Lee started freelance writing in 2005 while teaching journalism. Her work has been published in the "Leicester Mercury," the "Peterborough Evening Telegraph" and "Inside Time." She holds a diploma in journalism from the London School of Journalism and a teaching degree. She also has her own company for recruitment assistance.

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