1.GET ‘THE’ DRESS
Something that compliments every possible aspect of your physical appearance because who wants to look like they just walked out of their local chippy for prom, remember pictures are digital and can be posted on every social media site now they can’t be burned or lost, they are for life.
2.GET THE RIGHT SIZED HEEL FOR YOUR HEIGHT
As one of the taller people in my year I know how annoying it is to not be able to wear heels because all your friends are not model height…so you just look like some NBA basketball player and the top of your head doesn’t appear in photos taken by your friends HOWEVER this does not mean you shouldn’t go for it, you just need taller friends.
3.GET YOUR BROWS DONE BEFOREHAND
Obviously by someone you trust, it’s a necessity to have on point brows 24/7 and prom is a perfect opportunity to show yours off.
4.GET YOUR HAIR AND MAKEUP DONE BY A PRO
Obviously no one can do your face better than yourself, but if it doesn’t go right and you need someone to blame, go pro. Everyone is going to be making a hella lot of effort to look the best, they aren’t going to admit it ,but they are, so you need to make sure your eyeliner is on fleek so you can have a picture taken from any angle, you also need to make sure your hair stays in place for when you’re on the dancefloor and you get the odd few acting pretty boisterous…,you’re going to get bashed about, don’t forget after prom, you’re then sorted and looking damn fine for 2 events.
5.DON’T BE A WOTSIT
We all have that one friend who goes over the top with their fake tan and looks like they have just had a bath in 50 tins of Heinz, or Tesco value baked beans (not picky)
6.BOOK HU17.NET TO TAKE YOUR PICTURES
You need to start out small if you plan on being famous so why not get yourself in Beverley’s most popular local magazine. You’re going to look better in a glossy magazine and you can order any picture you like to keep for yourself, it’s also easy to get hold of at Molescroft News.
By Jess Warsap
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