It was established at the last family reunion: this year you are going to host the Thanksgiving dinner! I know...a super heavy responsibility falls on your shoulders as this weekend you have to act just like a master chef in the kitchen while preparing the Thanksgiving turkey and the other goodies you are going to make for this year's Thanksgiving dinner; you have to step into the shoes of a super mannered girl and properly arrange a festive table; and as if this were not enough, you have to be your own make-up artist and fashion adviser...all at once! How are you going to deal with everything, huh? No worries girls, you can spend the time in the kitchen preparing the dinner and DressUpWho will help you out with the make up and dress up part! It brings up the 'Gobble Gobble Makeover' game for you to play with many professional cosmetics and create the make up look that will complete the super stylish outfit you will decide to wear at this year's Thanksgiving family reunion! Since the fashion rules tell us to always start with the make up part, we are going to start from here: choose the natural color of your eyes, find the right foundation color and cover the small skin imperfections with and then start creating your make up! Choose from the eye-shadow color palette the one that best highlights your eyes and finish off the eye make-up session by applying one or several coats of black mascara! Apply one layer of peach blush on your cheeks and complete your Thanksgiving precious make up look with a lovely lipstick color! Since the first impression is always the most important one, you should definitely leave your guests stunned by your super stylish outfit: choose to wear a sophisticated dress or a cute comfy-chic one but make sure you pay a great attention to the accessories you add for each chic look! After you've decided which fancy outfit you are going to flaunt this year, start decorating the table with the mouth-watering Thanksgiving traditional food you've cooked today and get ready to receive your family and friends guests! Happy Thanksgiving Day!
Published: Nov 15, 2012