Lighting Up the Room: How to Find Your Perfect Party Dress

If you’re on the hunt the perfect party dress, there are a couple of things you want to keep in mind. One thing you want to pay attention to is your body type, and how well the dress you’re looking at will suit it. Another thing you’re going to want to pay attention to is your skin tone, and how well the color of the dress compliments it. There are many things you can take into consideration about a party dress, but if you take into consideration these two things you’re likely to find address it’s perfect for you. Finding the right party dress can make a difference between “I’m  here,” and “Here I am!”. Use the tips below to help you find a dress that will really make you shine your next party.

Skin Tone

One thing you want to pay attention to is skin tone and colors. Choosing a color that complements the tone of your skin is one of the most important things you can do. If you have dark skin, you might want to wear some of the lightest shades. Where dark colors will make you disappear into the background, light colors will contrast with your skin tone beautifully and make you stand out.

For medium skin tones, it’s best to shoot for neutral shades like black, brown, and gray. These look beautiful against your skin tone, and make you look elegant and glowing. Blues and reds are also great colors to try, but anything with  warm hue will likely make you look stunning.

The fair-skinned should never wear yellow or white. Not only will they wash you out, but they tend to make you look orange. Bright colors can be striking against your skin, and some neutrals can help you look elegant. But avoid very pale neutrals, such as tan, as this will only make you look stark.

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Body Type

Body type is one of the most important things to consider when picking out a party dress. Picking a dress that will complement your shape can be the difference between a fashion faux pas and fashion-forward.

If you’re well-endowed in the upper region, go for a square neck and a low-cut dress. This will help you accentuate your figure. Try not to go for a strappy dress, because thin straps tend to minimize your bust. If, on the other hand, you want to accentuate your breasts because you have a smaller bust, a low neckline will work very well. Also consider a spaghetti strap, as it will help you look elegant. You might try wearing a chiffon maxi dress for a stylish and elegant appearance. Additionally, a high-necked long sleeve dress will really make you stand out, and can accentuate your figure even if there’s not a lot there.

For those who have more of a stomach then they’d like, satin and silk are not the way to go, as they will show every lump you have. Fit and flare dresses and empire waistlines look great for those who are trying to cover up their tummy. A wide belt can help to cover up your shape, and they can also help to give you a nice, feminine shape as well, accentuating the places you want seen.

If you have no waist at all, you’re going to want a spaghetti strap dress. Choosing a spaghetti strap dress will draw attention to your bust, taking it away from your waist, and giving you more of a shape. Empire waists are great for you, as well, because it gives you a waist where there is none.

If you’re trying to minimize your hips, straight cuts an empire waistlines are also great for you. However, should you go this route make sure that you pick a monochromatic dress. No matter what the style, if you wear patterns it tends to make you look larger.

No matter who you are or what you look like, never wear a calf-length dress or skirt. This style will age you instantly, and it’s not flattering on anyone. Short dresses, strapless dresses, tight dresses, and backless dresses can all be worn individually. But if you ever see all four of these characteristics in one dress, run. Also, never wear a dress with a net skirt unless you’re trying out for the ballet.

 

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Affordable Ways To Change Your Hairstyle

A hair makeover is a great idea. It can help you to switch up your look and help you feel more confident, while also making you look younger. A trip to the salon can be expensive, but just because funds are tights – doesn’t mean you can’t change up your style. Here are some great ways to change your hair on the cheap to achieve a beautiful new look that will make you look and feel great, inside and out.

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Get a cut, help a trainee

You don’t need to go to a top stylist to enjoy a fresh new ‘do. Many salons will offer a discounted rate if you book an appointment with one of their trainees. You’ll be in safe hands as they’ll be supervised and you’ll be doing a good deed by helping them to practice their skills. Take a look at some of the latest hairstyle trends, save a photo and head to your nearest salon to get a hot new cut.

Add extensions

Extensions are a simple way to change your hairstyle, letting you add volume, length or color that can be removed easily. Give tape in hair extensions a try as an affordable way to try them out, without having to shell out hundreds of dollars for hair extension bonds. They’re easy to apply and can be taken out when you’re done with them, so they’re great for a quick change of style for a special event or a night out.

Try at-home hair color

It’s easier than ever to color your hair at home. You can now achieve ombre, highlights or rich all over color easily at home using a kit bought from a drugstore or online. Color flashes are becoming increasingly popular at the moment, and they only last a few washes, so you can try them for a short period and move onto your next style! There are some fantastic at-home hair dye kits to choose from that make it easy to make a successful color change without the salon.

Watch hair tutorials

If you’ve ever wanted to create swish beach waves or the perfect blow dry, then YouTube is your new best friend. You can watch some amazing tutorials on YouTube that will teach you how to create some amazing new hairstyles that will be sure to impress. Choose from videos made by professional stylists and beauty bloggers to help you learn new hair styling skills that will let you build up your skills easily.

A new hairstyle is a great way to pick yourself up if you’ve been feeling down or lacking in confidence. Looking great doesn’t have to cost a fortune, and there are plenty of ways you can change up your style without breaking the bank. If your new style doesn’t quite turn out how you’d like it, pick a good hairdresser who’s affordable and understands your hair type to fix the damage. Enjoy new hair and a new you by trying out some of the style tips above.

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The Best Payment Method For Your Money

In the past, shopping was a very different experience to the one people have today. Going to the bank to get yourself some cash, making your way to the store, and handing over your hard earned money for the goods you want to buy. In the modern age, you don’t even have to leave your home to spend money. Instead, it’s just a matter of choosing one of many different ways to pay. To help you out with this, this post will be going through some of the ways that you can base your payment methods on the state of your finances.

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  • Buying Outright

In most cases, it’s usually best to buy the items you want outright. This gives you the greatest variety when it comes to payment methods, and will also remove any future commitments from your purchase. In physical shops, most places accept both cash and card. Online, quite a few methods can be used, from standard bank cards to digital cryptocurrencies, like Bitcoin. Cheques aren’t accepted very widely anymore, so you might have to think again before trying to pay with this kind of paper.

  • Credit Cards

Of course, in some cases, you might have to borrow a little bit of money when you’re making some payments. Whether you’re waiting for pay or you’re struggling to get by, the best method for this sort of borrowing is usually a credit card. Giving you the chance to avoid fees if you pay them back quick enough, this sort of tools is great for when you’re behind. Of course, though, you have to be careful with this sort of tool.

  • Loans/Other Finance

For those with poor credit or when you have to spend a large amount, a credit card won’t always cut it. To help you with this, a company like creditrepairreview.co can give you support and information, enabling you to work on your money. If you have to get a loan, your best options are long-term ones, like mortgages and personal loans. For certain products, you may be able to get finance specifically designed for them. These can be really good, but you’ll have to do some research for the examples you find.

  • Other Methods

When buying products in the modern world, there are loads of ways to tailor your experience to match your finances. For example, if you don’t know how your money will be in the future, a rent-to-buy system could be good for your larger buys. Different companies will have varying options when it comes to the way you can pay. It can be worth doing some research into this, as it will help you to understand everything you find online.

Hopefully, this post will give you everything you need to start buying and spending while thinking about the methods you use. Most people will ignore this sort of area. But, in most cases, it will be very hard to have an easy time on the internet if you don’t know how to buy things. Of course, though, you might have to do some learning for yourself, as well.

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Get Smart: Four Tasks To A Savvier You

Savviness is a quality that all of us could do with a little more of. Whether it’s being more savvy with money, with our attitude, or just ensuring we always get the quality that we deserve — a little savviness goes along way.

However, few of us are naturally as savvy as we might hope. Learning to be this way is a pretty strict curve, but it’s one you can definitely manage with a little thought and application. If you want to ensure you’re always making the smart choices in life and applying savvy principles, here are a few areas to focus on.

Beauty: Learn To DIY Salon Treatments

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If you’re not careful, you can spend a lot of money in your quest to ensure you look and feel as beautiful as possible. One of the simplest ways of preventing your beauty expenses from stacking up is to learn to do them at home.

From gel nails to paraffin wax baths, there’s very little done at the salon that you can’t learn to do for yourself. It might take a little bit of practice, but when you’ve learned a little and had chance to experiment, you’ll be saving yourself the time and expense of going to a salon.

Complaining: Master The Art Of The Complaint Letter

If you receive mistreatment or bad customer service, then the savvy thing to do is complain. Not only does that help the company guarantee what you’ve experienced doesn’t happen again; it might also mean that you’re compensated for your bad experience. Writing a complaint letter is all about being calm, rational, and explaining the situation in detail. If you’re never done it before, then infoplease.com has some great basics.

Life Management: Seek Your Options

If your life is going to run as neatly as possible, then you’re going to learn how to seek the best options before you spend any money. One of the best ways of doing this is when it comes to renewing insurance and negotiating your utilities bills.

Learning to be savvy in these areas is a question of hunting for the best deals. Don’t just accept a renewal quote for your insurance; seek other quotes, look through insurance.me, and even negotiate with your existing provider to try and get a good deal. Do the same with your utility bills, constantly comparing other tariffs, and finding the courage to ask for a better deal if you find that you’re missing out.

Shopping: Avoid The Sales Tactic Traps

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If you’re going to be a savvier shopper, then you need to pull back the curtain and learn the tactics that shops use to convince you to buy. If you can spot these tactics in action, you can then step back and question your buying decisions — guaranteeing you will make better purchasing choices as a result. Browse the likes of investopedia.com and you will quickly learn which sales techniques you need to be on the lookout for.

These areas are important, but it’s good to remember that they’re just the beginning. Now you have dipped your toes in the savviness pool, how much further do you think you’re going to be able to go? Enjoy the adventure — and the benefits and improvement it will bring to your life!

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