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5 cool tips with Dareth Rosaline

5 cool tips with Dareth Rosaline

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Going for a natural look
First, apply sunblock to keep your skin healthy. Next, dab on a soft foundation powder. For a natural look, try a pastel shade like pink for your eyeshadow. With an eyeliner pencil, lightly outline your eyes and then apply mascara. For a final touch, choose a lipstick in a soft pink. 

Choosing the right outfit
What sort of attire does the situation call for? If it’s an informal gathering, jeans and a T-shirt might do. But for a more formal occasion - a wedding or a party, for instance - you might have to seek out just the right dress. Add a pair of heels for some pizzazz.

Trying a fun hairdo
There’s nothing more fun than going to the hair salon before a big party or wedding. But which hairdo is the right one for you? Some say it all depends on the shape of your face. We say, why not experiment with something new? You could curl the ends or go for a messy-chic look. 

Finding the right pair of shoes
The right pair of shoes brings any outfit to the next level. Wearing high heels can be a great way to add some height to your look. Try experimenting with different colours and styles. If you don’t like walking in heels, try a small wedge or ballet flats. 

Staying healthy
To feel great in your body, you could take up dancing or join a sports team. Remember that in the end, it’s how you feel about yourself that matters. 

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