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Makeup Plan for No-filter Selfies on Prom Night

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Everything in recent years has become unapologetically extra, and the prom culture has not been left behind. Self-discovery has never been championed for previous generations as it is being done today. Society has become increasingly liberal and young people especially, are being encouraged to express their personality. For teenage girls, there is no better platform to express their individuality in the form of fashion than at prom.

Not everyone is a fashionista and for some girls, expressing themselves through their fashion sense can be somewhat tricky. Fortunately, there are so many celeb muses to look up to as well as endless fashion tips available online to help even least fashion-savvy girl dress like a red carpet celebrity.

Here are a few looks customized for different fashion personality types to help you pick out everything from your prom dresses to the color on your nails.

 

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Fashion Personality #1: Classic chic

This girl loves red roses and getting pampered with her girlfriends. She is passionate about empowering young girls, and her celeb style muses include Emma Watson and Elle Fanning.

Prom dress style: Long dress with a structured, elegant silhouette to bring out your feminine features.

Face: Luminous liquid foundation for pure, buildable coverage.

Lips: Nude lipstick shade with some warmth and glow.

Nails: Red mani-pedi.

 

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Fashion Personality #2: Retro disco queen

This girl loves Dancing Queen Amaryllis and shopping for vintage clothes and accessories from thrift shops. She is passionate about leadership, and her celeb style muses include Solange Knowles and Kendall Jenner.

Prom dress style: Form-fitting gown with a low neckline and embroidered with lots of metallic sequins.

Face: Contoured and glowy skin with a darker shade in the hollows of your cheekbones.

Lips: Bright and glossy.

Nails: Metallic shade.

 

 

Fashion Personality #3: Bohemian Beauty

This girl loves daisies and picnic dates at the park after school. She is into music and dreams about bringing a music festival to her neighborhood. Her celeb muses include Vanessa Hudgens and Dakota Johnson.

Prom dress style:  long prom dresses in floral print.

Face: Pale pink blush along the cheekbones and highlight the high points of your face for a glowing look.

Lips: Pump up your natural lip color.

Nails: soft, neutral mani-pedi.

 

 

Fashion Personality #4: Party Princess

This girl loves bright pink Gerber daisies and going out to new juice bars after school. She enjoys planning parties and wants to start her own party planning company and go professional. Dove Cameron and Bella Thorne are her favorite celeb style muses.

Prom dress style: A two-piece featuring a cropped top with lots of sparkle and a full-length skirt with bright or pastel shades

Face: Keep it soft and glowy

Lips: Shiny pink

Nails: Slightly duller color than your dress

 

 

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Fashion Personality #5:  Hollywood Glam

This girl’s favorite flower is a white gardenia, and she loves going out to the movies. She wants to write her own screenplay one day and become a famous celeb. Her celeb muses include Selena Gomez and Lily Collins.

Prom dress style: lustrous gown embellished with fancy beadwork.

Face: Matte coverage.

Lips: matte peachy nude shade.

Nails: Deep, dramatic burgundy.

 

Which is your fashion personality?

 

 

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Elle Fanning Covers ELLE UK February 2017

The lovely 18-year-old Elle Fanning is the cover girl for ELLE UK February 2017, and she looks beautiful.

 

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I love how colourful the cover is. Her hair and makeup is on point (love the red lippie), and her blue outfit is very stylish. I really can’t fault this cover. ELLE ticked all the right magazine cover boxes.

I read a few excerpts from Elle Fanning’s interview with ELLE, and it sounds like it would be a great read. Here are some of them:

 

Limiting her social media presence

‘I recently turned my Instagram public on my 18th birthday, but I still don’t post everything I do, and I’m not on Twitter or Facebook. You have to leave a little mystery. With old movie stars, all you saw were rare interviews where they only shared what they wanted to – that’s what made them so interesting. You could separate the characters from the women, so if you watch them on-screen you’re not thinking about what they had for breakfast.’

I am impressed to see she is not as social media crazy as the rest of her peers. The deal with social media is to run it and not let it run you. She sounds like a smart young lady.

 

The power of silence

‘I’ve just finished shooting with Sofia Coppola and she’s one of the quietest people ever, but there’s a real power to her silence. When she just stares at you from across a take, you know you need to get the shot.’

 

I agree, there is real power in silence.

 

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I would love to read this issue. I don’t see myself buying it, but I would grab it if I see it lying around in a waiting room for example.

What do you think of this issue? Will you be buying? Drop me a comment, let’s talk.

 

 

 

 

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