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Woman shares ingeniously simple technique for people to nail their outfits and makeup at any event

Influencer divides outfit and events into levels so that anyone can easily dress up for any sort of occasion.

Woman shares ingeniously simple technique for people to nail their outfits and makeup at any event
Cover Image Source: TikTok | @stephanieahn

One of the perpetual worries women deal with daily is dressing up. Though many might think of it as a casual affair, in reality, it is a bit more complicated than that. Outfits are a huge element of presentation and therefore, it is vital to nail them. The dress and the makeup should be in sync with the events. In order to help fellow women in this difficult task, Stephanie Ahn–who goes by @stephanieahn–shared on her TikTok a viral technique that she learned from Korea. This technique divides events into levels and with each level, the dress code is different. It ensures that women don't find themselves out of place when they go out.

Image Source: TikTok/@stephanieahn
Image Source: TikTok | @stephanieahn

Ahn begins her video by explaining that this technique is a godsend, as it not only allows women to perfectly doll up as per the event, but it also helps them to get in sync with each other. They can go anywhere and be ready to kill with their synchronized looks. Level one is for outings that require zero makeup. This level is applied for low-key meetups with friends. She adds, "Level one is completely barefaced, no makeup. Get a quick little coffee and go back home. Like, straight away. Completely sweatpants look — lazy."

Image Source: TikTok/@stephanieahn
Image Source: TikTok | @stephanieahn

Level two happens when the event is a bit more established. For such times, Stephanie suggests some concealer. This look should not be something they feel "embarrassed" about. If someone catches them, such a look will not be awkward and imply that they are there to show up. It exhibits that they have not approached the event casually.


 
 
 
 
 
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Level three involves more makeup compared to level two and the outfit should be thought out. The whole effort in her own words, should be, "Enough to be on the Insta Story, not the feed." Level four is associated with the elite and crucial events. Stephanie shares, "We're gonna have the outfit, the makeup's gonna be on point and we are going out to get that in-feed post. …This is literally so genius. It's the best way to ask your girls, 'OK, how are we looking?'"


 
 
 
 
 
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Stephanie was contacted by In The Know for her opinion and said that she stumbled upon the idea when a friend shared with her a meme related to it. "I thought the whole concept was so relatable and such a good practical way to ask my friends how we're dressing for a hangout/night out," she stated. "We usually have to send photos of our outfits but the level 1-4 strategy makes it so easy to explain to friends how we should coordinate looks. I thought other people would also relate to this and benefit from it, so I decided to share it on TikTok!"

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Image Source: TikTok | @justcelxo
Image Source: TikTok/@sonaleweshko
Image Source: TikTok | @sonaleweshko

The women in the comment section were impressed with the technique. @darianastefaniaa believed the technique was the real deal and wrote, "This is the real girl math." @kaitlynjx shares how she is always on the two ends of the spectrum and commented, "I'm either a level 1 or level 4 no in between." @_ethanangel_ shared, "I'm literally always level 4, even if I'm just going to get coffee or run super quick errands. I just like to always look my best."


 
 
 
 
 
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