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Model Secrets

Amongst the chaos backstage at fashion shows and beauty pageants you can find a world of beauty tips and tricks.

We asked a few professional models from Page Parkes Talent and Miss America 2010 Caressa Cameron for their best beauty advice. Here are some of their model secrets:
  • Concealer isn't just good for under the eyes. Use it to accent your brow bone by swiping it ABOVE and BELOW your eyebrow.
  • Always use a brush with pressed powder instead of a sponge. Sponges can collect bacteria.
  • Layer lots of loose powder below your eye BEFORE doing your eye makeup. You can simply sweep away the powder and any eye makeup fallout when you're done applying.
  • Girls with curls should gather their hair in a high, loose ponytail on top of their head at night for perfect second day curls.
  • Fake lashes are super easy to apply and can even be bought from the drug store for knock-out eyes.
  • Tease hair before clipping in extensions for stay-proof power. Then, secure each clip with hairspray.
  • Apply Visine or other eye-redness clearing drops to a blemish you've over-picked.
  • Dab eye cream on, then sweep lightly with your finger INWARD toward the nose, never outward. Favorite featured products:
    • Jean Nate bath splash to prevent ingrown hairs and razor burn after shaving
    • Green tea to prevent late night cravings
    • St. Tropez self tanner for even color and easy application
    • Neuveau Brow for over plucked brows that need a boost growing back
    • The Chanel counter for the season's perfect lipstick colors straight off the runway
    For more information:
    Page Parkes Talent

    Special thanks to:
    Saks Fifth Avenue -- saksfifthavenue.com
    Scruples Boutique -- scrupleshouston.com
    Miss America Organization -- missamerica.org

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