Summer Style

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Model Kristina Vazquez blue Herve Leger dress

Be Unique

A standout look doesn’t have to be complicated. With the right dress — like this vibrant zip-up — your outfit can say it all. “Bandage dresses are a must for warmer weather,” says Press. “Plus, they’re breathable and super-comfortable.” To complete the look, keep accessories simple and finish with neutral-colored metallic pumps.

How-to hair

Incorporate some texture into your ’do to achieve a multidimensional look. “The ’80s are making a comeback,” says Press. “We gave Kristina a strong front fringe to contrast against the softer curls. She’s an edgy girl — she wants to make a statement.” To balance an oval-shaped face, amp up your hair’s volume and add depth by highlighting it with three variations of your natural color — copper and bronze are used here. To retain curls, apply a curling cream to roots while hair is damp and dry with a diffuser. Be careful not to scrunch the curls — “you don’t want to overwork them,” says Press — and blow out the front for super strong bangs. Use a round brush to soften the crown area for extra volume, and hold with working spray.
Time it takes: Fifteen minutes.

Make me over

Make baby blues pop by sweeping natural shades, like taupe and brown, over lids; lightly line eyes with a dark brown cream liner and finish with one coat of black mascara. Use a soft neutral pink blush for cheeks, and plump up thinner lips with a rosy lip rouge.
Details: Hervé Léger indigo zip-up bandage dress; Making Faces Cosmetics Spring/Summer Collection, including “Crystal Rose” lip rouge and black Volume X mascara.


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