Featuring: Miss America 2015 Kira Kazantsev; The Miss America Shoe Parade; Miss America's Outstanding Teen Pageant; Teen USA Pageant; IMTA in New York City; plus Hair and Makeup tips, Fitness and Bodyshaping advice and so Much More!
Enjoy this exclusive sneak peak of the behind-the-scenes action of the world's largest on-site photo shoot for pageant dresses and prom dresses. It's all here... the 2015 Pageantry & PromTime Fashion Showcase.
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Pageantry... Celebrating the Glamour Lifestyle and Recognizing Outstanding Personalities Within the Glamour Lifestyle Industry!
A Time for Danger: Turn heads and catch eyes with this seductive-yet-fun makeup style that is perfect for any event that you’ll be attending in the fall.
Dark, daring, and dangerous—that’s the look we are capturing this fall regarding your makeup style. We want our lips to make a bold statement while downplaying the eyes and face. This makeup takes a strong, confident woman to pull it off and I know that you are just the girl to do so.
The Year of the Butt: As more celebrities have taken pride in their rounder posteriors, it might be time for you to consider some new ways to shape up.
Pop songs like “Baby Got Back” and “Bootylicious” sing the praises of a round derriere, and they know what they’re talking about—we like big butts and we cannot lie. In fact, over the last year, the number of buttocks augmentation procedures performed in the United States increased by 16 percent to nearly 10,000, according to the American Society for Plastic Surgery.