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Floral chandelier. It lookes like they cut the flower down and then spun a twine like attachment to them. I wonder if vine would hold up to the weight? Maybe add a gentle grape vine wreath to offer some width and some tasteful crystals (?)...

Loved every detail about this party for friends featured on Love the Day #tabletop #tablescape

teal floral fascinator 'subterranean' von whichgoose auf Etsy, $100,00

via Style Me Pretty by Katie Cassidy Photography

I like tying my hair up with a piece of fabric- no pony tail bump, and it can make your up-do look more full and less skimpy. I also do this when my hair is wet in the summer and it dries in nice wavy curls.

Full brow, check. Defined eye, check. Natural flushed cheek, check. Shiny lip, check. Pretty Powerful. Veronica Beard Fall '13- Bobbi Brown Cosmetics

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Kim Kardashian hasn’t always had the perfect brows but in three easy steps, we can show you how to tackle those unruly eyebrows.  Don’t know where your eyebrows should start, arch and end? It’s easy as 1, 2, 3! Use a make up brush or ruler and hold it against the outside of your nostril straight up past the inner corner of your eye.  This is where your eyebrow should start. Hold the ruler again from the outside of your nostril and straight past the middle of your eye.  Where the ruler hits your brow, this is where your eyebrow should arch. One more time, hold the ruler against the outside of your nostril in line with the outside corner of your eye.  This is where your brow should end!