2024 is just around the corner and if one of your resolutions is to elevate your appearance in the upcoming year, then one whizz has come to rescue.
Etiquette expert, Corinne Dumas, took to TikTok to share some of the biggest style and fashion mistakes that instantly cheapen your appearance – and how you can easily fix them with other alternatives.
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For instance, when getting your nails done, Corinne advised to steer clear of long and fake acrylics, bedazzled with gems and bright colours.
Whilst some may deem it a boring choice, this is a style that will always remain a safe choice no matter what – and it will make you ooze with elegenace.
There are also some things to remember when visiting your lash technician, as Corinne claimed there is one style in particular that screams ‘cheap’.
This, she said in her clip, was rocking extra thick and black extensions that cover most of your eyelids.
Instead, the pro advised to opt for a more natural alternative – either ditching falsies altogether or sport lashes that are less intense.
In terms of make-up, the elegance whizz insisted that a natural glow will always be better than hiding behind cakey foundation paired with a bold eye look.
Fancy switching up your hair as well? Whilst we’re all for embracing whatever style you fancy, Corinne urged to keep it as natural-looking as possible.
Although you might be tempted to start the new year with bright neon locks, the elegance whizz insisted this was far from classy and should instead be replaced with a natural brunette shade, for example.
However, the now-viral clip, which has been viewed over 1.3million times, sparked a fierce debate, as over a thousand raced to share their thoughts in the comments.
One, for instance, reminded that it was not her ”money” and people should be allowed to spend it however they wanted.
Someone else agreed, urging others to ignore her advice: ”Wear what you want to wear.”
Another also thought the more ”elegant” options were also ageing, writing: ”Before 30 and after 30.”
”Elegance = embracing natural beauty,” a viewer chimed in.
”I love the elegant options,” a fellow fashionista wrote.
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