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Dress-up games


CHHOM VATEY
For some occasions, such as family dinners and large get-togethers with relatives, you might not think as much about make-up or choosing the right outfit. However, you can still find simple outfits that are both attractive and comfortable. Try a shirt with skirt plus simple pumps, or high heels if you want to look taller. As for our make-up and hair, a natural look will suffice. 

DARETH ROSALINE
An invitation to a formal party may require you to don a fancy dress. Generally, a long black dress is the way to go, but other styles can be acceptable as well. However, the right short dress can also make an impression. And don’t forget your hair. Choose a hair style that complements your face. After your dress is on and your hair is styled, all you have to do is find the right pair of shoes and you’re set. 

RETH SREYPOV
When attending a birthday party or other small gatherings, choosing the right outfit makes all the difference. A long shirt over jean shorts is a fun, modern look, and might just be the style of our generation. Complement the skirt with a pair of heels. Also something different with your hair. You can curl the ends of your hair, or if yours already has a bit of curl, try straightening it. 

CHHOM VATEY
If there is one event that women both anticipate and dread planning for, it’s a wedding party. Choosing the dress can be difficult and deciding on how to wear your hair and makeup can present their own complications. Most women choose to wear to a long dress to wedding receptions, but these days, some women are finding ways to make the long wedding dress more modern, such as lowering the neckline or experimenting with new cuts. 

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