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Since the ‘Love Holiday’ is around the corner, many women wants to look special and unique. No matter of the place you will go at Feb 14, your make up should be simple, sexy and touchable for the most romantic day of the year. Your skin should be perfectly moisturized and soft in order to get a romantic and elegant look. Whether you are celebrating with your guy or your girlfriends, here we have your look covered with following make up tricks. Valentine’s Day is all about loving others, but first focus and treat yourself!
1. Moisturize
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The most important thing before applying make up is to moisturize, moisturize, moisturize! Your skin is thirsty, especially in the cold days and all it needs is a moisturizer that is oil based to create a protective layer on your skin! Let your skin glow for the love holiday!

2.Define Brows
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Always brush your brows in the direction of growth and than use a nice sharp pencil that match your brow color. At the end use tinted brow gel to enhance your look and keep things in place. You are done!
 3-Soft Lips
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When it comes to moisturizing, don’t forget your lips. Ever! Apply a creamy lip balm that contains Shea butter, Dimethicone or Ceramides. Or simply apply some baby oil every night before you go to sleep. Your man will want to kiss you all the time!
 4-Maximize Lashes
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The longer the better! Long lashes add  a touch of glamour to your face. All you need is a perfect mascara! But before applying your favorite one, use an eyelash primer to maximize the result you get from your mascara. Play close attention to the brush, too!
5-Less Foundation
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Since in winter your skin is dry, less foundation is absolutely more! Dry air and wind can make your skin flaky and cracked. So the solution is to find a foundation that has moisturize-rich formula and apply a small amount with your fingers, so it  can melt into the skin.
Updo’s are one of the best hairstyles for many reasons! They are easy to make, many of them take only few minutes and they are perfect for any occasion. No matter if it’s elegant, messy or braided, the updo hairstyle can be managed for any hair length. Below you will see the ten hairstyles we picked for you, so if you have short, medium or long hair, you will find a hairstyle suitable for you. The hairstyles have the tutorial, either presented on the picture, or you will find out just by following the link below the picture. We fell in love with these updo’s and we are sure you will as well!
1. Quick and Simple Updo
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This hairstyle is suitable for medium or long length hair. First tease at the crown, smooth out your hair and divide it into three section. Again, separate each section into three smaller ones and braid only of them. After that, braid together all three smaller sections and do this step with the the other big sections. Lose the three braids a bit and roll them individually into three smaller buns. Secure the updo with pins, apply some hairspray in order so last longer and you’re all done!
2. Easy Braided Updo
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This is one of the hairstyles that will take you literally few minutes to make it. Beginner or advanced, you fill find this hairstyle very easy, and the good part about it is that it’s perfect for lazy or busy days. Separate your hair in two sections and braid each of them. Fold the lower braid inside and secure it with pin. Fold the upper braid around the lower one and secure this one as well with a braid. If you want to, you can leave out a small hair section, as previewed on the picture.

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