Find Your Perfect Midi Dress
1.The Cut - ideally, the hem should hit where your leg starts to slim, slightly below the widest part of the calf. Taller can carry off any look [straight silhouettes are particularly flattering]. If you’re petite, a pleated skirt will add some shape. Got curve? Choose a skirt with volume [think A-line] for a wasp like waist.
2. The Fit - Longer dresses need to be fitted to keep them from looking dowdy.
3. The Shoes - since midis cut across your calves, they can make legs appear shorter. Heels - ladylike pumps or over the knee boots - are a must.
1. Hit first base - and second. Along T-zone area and up to the tops of your cheekbones, apply a foundation that’s the same color as your skin. Next, add a second foundation, just one shade deeper, to the hollows of your cheeks. Blend both shades for a seamless finish.
2. Contour the hollow - dust a shimmery bronzing powder just beneath the cheekbones for more dimension.
3. Let it pop - the final move: make the apples of your cheeks stand out with a hint of peachy blush.