Why is it that whenever you go to a holiday party, you can always find someone who doesn't look how you would expect? Is it because you think they over did their fashion, or is it a touch of envy?
Beauty queen or fashion disaster, its up to you. If you want to shine for this holidays, take note of these dos and don'ts to spruce up your look and receive raves from your friends and family.
Check out the latest in fashion trends and give them a try. This will update your look and chances are, you will find something that enhances your skin tone and flatters your figure.
Do accentuate your finer features.
Play up your best features while drawing attention away from your problem areas. For example, do you think you have good body build up? wear some tight shirt to show off your body shape.
Do consult professionals.
If you're the do-it-yourself kind of guy, you can benefit from professional opinions now & then. Why not get a makeover for the holidays? Keep in mind, salons are booked tightly for the holiday season, so call well in advance for your appointment and make use of your time in the waiting room looking through magazines for updated hairstyles and fashion that best suit you.
Do simplify your beauty routine.
Unless you're headed out to a holiday party, forgo unnecessary extras that take up valuable measure . Keep your hairstyle simple and build-up to natural colors that will look smart with anything you wear.
Dont be afraid of change.
Dazzle your friends with a new look. Whether its a new hairstyle, hair color, or just a dress, you will get attention! Think of it this way, models look different for every shoot and are very versatile. Don't they always look efficient?
Don't wear too much accessories
There's a fine line between a little more and excessive. Depend on what kind of occasion you are going to attention, too much accessories such as earrings, rings, messenger bag, bangle etc might consider over do like Christmas trees.
So do remember these few dos and don'ts, which will help you to shine in your own style in this holiday session.