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DEEP RED LIPS WITH MINIMAL MAKEUP
Jump on the red-lip bandwagon (hey, people are into it for a reason!) and take a cue from – who really took the cue from Snow White: Go for a dark, dramatic mouth while keeping the rest of your makeup low-key.
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A NAKED POUT WITH DRAMATIC EYES
Or, if you’re just not that into the red lip look, leave your mouth totally bare à la . Just be sure to play up your peepers either by loading up on black liner or smoldering in a smoky eye.
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Once considered a retro no-no, chunky eyelashes are suddenly very in. First spotted on the runways last year, they’re just now starting to pop up on the red carpet on celebs like . To try it, dab the mascara wand onto your lashes rather than combing it through.
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JUST-OUT-OF-BED SIDE BRAIDS
slightly messy do is right on-trend, giving off an effortlessly chic vibe. Tease your locks (or skip the shower and spritz on dry shampoo) for volume, make a deep side part, then create the braid over one shoulder. Finish it off by pulling out a few pieces to keep the plait from looking too sleek.
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MATCHING LIPS AND CHEEKS
Here’s one instance where matchy-matchy is actually a good thing! Anne Hathaway proves that dabbing the same hue on your pout and the apples of your cheeks is a surefire way to warm up a light complexion in winter.
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STRAWBERRY HONEY-BLONDE HAIR
The best way to keep highlights looking natural through the chilly months is to go slightly darker. Choose a warm red shade, as recently did, rather than going all-out brunette – it’ll be easier to transition back to blonde once spring arrives.
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SEVERE BANGS – WITH A PART
Until Rooney Mara and her blunt fringe came along, you might have thought the only way to change up a look with bangs was to pin them back. Instead, soften them without losing all the edginess by side-parting, and keep bangs in place with a pomade or wax.