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Fashion Tips For Dateing(Girls)

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    Tia Ruby
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    Fashion  for a 1ST date can be stiff as you possibly don’t know your date well sufficient to know what they will like and hate.
     Avoid hairspray, it stink nasty and it is unlikable to touch.
    Avoid bright colors with nail polish and lip stick. It can look shameful and cheap.
    Minimize jewelry, lots of jewelry doesn’t make you look rich, it has the opposite effect and could make you look like a chap.
    Minimize makeup; you don’t want it to look like you put it on with a trowel. Always remember less is definitely extra.   
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    HappyG
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    This just looks like a giant ad for a website. Why would people getting married need ‘fashion tips for dateing’ [sic.] when they’re already at the point of getting married?

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