Prom season is quickly approaching. Who
better to help you than Kym, our very own Accessories Expert. She will keep
you updating on new prom fashions and answer all your questions. You want an
important night like this to be perfect, so let Kym help!
Proms are HERE and NOW!
Like many of you, my prom is coming up in 21 days. And, if you followed
some of my advice, you're ready to dance the night away in style. You've got
everything ready and waiting...Now's here's some tips for a stress-free prom
1. Don't try to do too much! Do everything you can the day before the prom
(nails, facials). You will not have time to create jewelry, do your nails,
and get dressed. Don't forget to set aside a half hour for yourself today.
Listen to music to get yourself ready to dance, or try singing your favorite
2. Have everything ready. Have your dress hanging up, your shoes laid out,
your stocking ready and waiting, and all your hair things and jewlery in an
3. Don't underestimate. Getting your hair done at a salon will take at
least an hour. Getting your nails done may take longer. Physically getting
dressed in a prom dress takes at least five minutes. Don't underestimate
your time. If the limo is picking you up at 4, don't plan on getting your
hair done at 3:15 -- you'll be LATE! (oh no!)
4. Don't obsess! Sure, you want to look beautiful, but you DON'T need to
worry about every freckle on your face or every dot on your skin. Chances
are, only you will notice. You're all set to go to the prom, so don't let
one imperfection bother you -- everyone has them.
Well, girls, you are all set to go to the prom. And I'm ready, too!
Hope I've helped you all. This will be my last article for the prom section,
but I'll be returning to my regular position as Accesories Editor. If you
girls want any more info at all, please write to me with a question or idea
for another article. I'd be more than happy to help you out!
Thanks for sharing your prom experiences with me. Now go out and have
one of the most memorable times of your life!
Questions? Email Kym at firstname.lastname@example.org
(Please be sure one of
my other articles doesn't answer your question. Thanks!)