Knot Your Average Thanksgiving Look

Most of us have this annoying issue on Thanksgiving: We want to look cute, but we end up with smudged makeup and our hair up in a messy bun by the actual feast. The heat. The steam. Oh my!

Here at Refined Beauty, we want to help you with navigating through the start of the holiday season with a super easy hair idea, the perfect long-lasting concealer, and a makeup setting spray that will have your makeup stuck to your face ALL. DAY. LONG.

 Twist me Pretty

Twist me Pretty

  • The Dutch Braid:

    • The easiest way to look put together, is doing something fun to your hair. Whether that be a fun updo, a simple sleek ponytail, or an effortless braid. For Thanksgiving why not try to look effortless in front of your family with an awesome Dutch braid?

      1. The steps in a dutch braid are:

        1. 1. Split the hair into three sections
          2. Braid the left strand under the middle strand
          3. Move the sections into the left hand
          4. Braid the right strand under the middle strand
          5. Move the sections in the right hand
          6. Repeat

  • Concealer

    • Tarte Shape Tape

      • If you don’t want Aunt Nancy, or Uncle John to ask why you look so tired… never fear!… the best concealer is here! Tarte Shape Tape is a god send. It is a maximum coverage concealer that can be used for those under-eye circles you got from going out to too many Friendsgiving’s the week before…

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  • Morphie Setting Spray

    • You don’t think your foundation is going to stay in place all day, do you? The secret is setting spray! Morphie has a great setting spray to make sure, steam, fire, sweat and the cheek-pinching (you hopefully won’t get) can’t move your beautiful makeup.

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Have any Thanksgiving tips? Comment below!

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