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Fashion FYI: Trunk shows at Bella Bridesmaids |

Fashion FYI: Trunk shows at Bella Bridesmaids

| Friday, December 4, 2015 8:57 p.m
Donna Morgan bridesmaids dresses will be available at a trunk show by appointment Dec. 11-12 at Bella Bridesmaids in Bethel Park.

Bella Bridesmaids, at 1752 N. Highland Road in Bethel Park, will have a Monique Lhuillier trunk show on Dec. 5 and a Donna Morgan trunk show Dec. 11 and 12, all by appointment.

Details: 412-854-4422 or

Jewelry trunk show

Roberta Weissburg Leathers, at 5415 Walnut St. in Shadyside, will have an Uno de 50 jewelry trunk show from noon to 6 p.m. Dec. 5 and noon to 4 p.m. Dec. 6.

Details: 412-681-8188 or

Guys only

Kizmit Boutique by Venetia, 510 Station St. in Bridgeville, will have Men’s Night shopping events from 4 to 7 p.m. Dec. 10, 17 and 24. Owner Venetia Torre will help you select the perfect holiday gift for your significant other.

Details: 412-221-5151 or

Jewelry sale

Pittsburgh Glass Center, 5472 Penn Ave., Friendship, will have a handmade jewelry sale from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Dec. 5 and 6.

Details: 412-365-2145 or

Shopping event

The eighth annual Girls Gone Shopping Holiday Women’s Show is from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Dec. 6 at Center Stage, 1495 Old Brodhead Road, Monaca. There will be more than 80 boutiques to shop from and a fashion show at noon, featuring Lularoe and Fashion RX Designs, jewelry by Vivi and makeup by Tyra Beauty. The event benefits Autism Speaks. Admission is free.

Details: 724-774-2718

Fashion show party

The fifth annual Official Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show Viewing Party is from 8 to 11 p.m. Dec. 8 at Seven, 130 Seventh St., Downtown. There will be models wearing lingerie, complimentary champagne punch and decadent desserts. Prizes will be awarded for best dressed for ladies and most debonair for the guys. The show airs at 10 p.m. on CBS.

Details: 412-567-9912

Word up

The year’s most puzzling beauty trends, defined, by Allure magazine:

Blowtox: Injecting botox into women’s scalps to curb sweating and preserve blowouts. Allure’s official stance: We’re sticking with dry shampoo.

Baking: A makeup technique that involves patting a thick layer of powder on top of your concealer and letting it “bake” … i.e., sit there, untouched, before tapping it away.

Strobing: A trippy new name for highlighting your face.

Multimasking: Patching together different masks to target specific areas of the face.

Clown contouring: Painting your face like a circus performer before blending the makeup into high cheekbones and bright eyes. Vlogger BellaDeLune invented the technique.

— Staff reports

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