Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Winter Formal Ideas: Theme, Makeup and Hair

In the middle of planning your school's winter dance? Whether it's a standard winter formal, a Valentine's Day dance or a holiday celebration, you're going to need a theme. Weather Themes: The Snow Ball, Frosted Formal, The Snowcoming Dance, The Big Freeze, Flurries and Frostbite, Winter Wonderland, The Icicle Dance, and The Snowflake Dance are all great places to start for themes. Be creative and combine your favorite wintry words to come up with a unique theme that's all your own! Holiday Themes: Thanksgiving Throwdown, New Year-coming, Gumdrop Gala, The Nutcracker Dance, The Gingerbread Gala, The Sleigh Ball, Peppermint Party, Dark Chocolate Nights, The Merry Mistletoe Dance, Winter Solstice Dance are all fun holiday themes.Valentine's Day Themes: If your winter formal falls in February, it would make sense to use Valentine's Day as the anchor theme. Instead of just naming it The Valentine's Day Dance, try some of these lovely themes: Queen of Hearts Dance, Candy Hearts Dance, Pink and White Semi Formal, Cupid's Arrows Dance, Epic Romances, XOXO Dance.


Natural Makeup and Dark Brows

Dark, Mysterious Eye Liner

Icy Blue Eye Shadow

Nearly Nude Winter Makeup
Winter Dance Makeup Looks: For your winter dance, almost any kind of makeup goes. Play up your natural beauty by using barely-there hues, or highlight your gorgeous lips or sparkling eyes by drawing all the attention towards them.

Smokey Gray Eyes and Peach Lips

Bold Red Lips and Earthy Eye Shadow

Very Berry Lips

Old Hollywood Glamour Makeup
Winter Formal Makeup Ideas: Winter makeup is all about using deep, rich tones. Check out these awesome celebrity inspired looks to wear with your winter formal dress, and you'll be the belle of the ball.


A top knot and bangs

Heighten your bangs with a curl

Taylor Swift

A sleek ponytail and long bangs
Your bangs are cute... but how to wear them for a formal? Taylor Swift has taught us many things... how to write a revenge song, how to rock red lips, and that sparkly dresses are always in season. Now, let her teach us one more thing: the best way to wear a formal updo with bangs.

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