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Trends 2009

Trends 2009

Keep up to date with the fashion trends and get a head start on 2009 – by Cassandra Jo


Winter is a difficult time to look fashionable, especially if you live in a colder climate, however it’s not impossible.

To start with you can buy clothing made with warming materials like wool and cashmere and which also reflect the colours and patterns of this season.

Generally speaking winter fashion trends will partially relay the timeless winter classics therefore you won’t need to replace your entire winter wardrobe.

To stay in style, as long as you know what these timeless pieces are, you should only have to buy a few new winter items each season just to stay in style.


Columbia winter boots are your true friends.

Seeking a proper winter boot on the advent of winter has become common now a days and there is nothing unusual about that; you want to keep your sensitive feet warm during the cold season.

So, if you like to spend a lot in order to get the best footwear for yourself and if you are willing to outlay some serious cash for a good pair of winter footwear, then Columbia winter boots is an ideal choice. The range offers a huge variety of models catered for the various winter needs.









The most voted hair styles for 2009.

The sexiest styles, cuts and colour, ever!

Make up styles & tricks:
The eyes have it!!! Smoky eyedeas!
You should always only play up one feature (eyes or lips, not both)

Here’s a quick and easy guide to top creating a great smoky look:
• Apply you other make up first. Skip adding concealer under your eyes though, since eye shadow “fallout” will get trapped there and make your eyes look dark. Instead apply your eyes apply your concealer after you finish with your eyes. And do make sure that you get your blush in place before staring your eyes. When you have blush on your cheeks, it helps you to not overly make up your eye area.
• Prime your eyelids. You should get a good base for the eye shadow to lie on, so prime your eyelids by using an eye shadow base.
• Apply a neutral colour base shadow. This should be applied over your entire eyelid from lash to brow bone. Choose a good neutral beige that will basically blend it well. If possible, find one with shimmer, not a glitter.
• Line your eyes Using a black eye pencil, line the entire eye, upper lids and lower lash line; get as close to your lashes as possible and use your finger tip to move your lid around in order to get the liner into your lash line
• Apply your black shadow and you’re ready! You will need to choose a nice brown or grey shadow to apply to your eye lids area.



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