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13 Red Carpet Fashion Hacks That Celebrities Use To Look Flawless

It’s too familiar to see celebrities who stepped out in gorgeous outfits with charming smiles at prestigious events. Their appearances often become the talk of the town and the headline of the huge presses. For some celebs, that makes them even more famous. Stars and their stylists spend hours wearing make-up, styling hair, choosing unique shoes, and so on.

From flashing lights and high-quality cameras to the wide array of possible angles, stars have some secret tricks to spark on the red carpet. Some use hairspray as a static guard, some sandpapering the bottom of the shoes to prevent falls.

Keep scrolling down to discover some red-carpet fashion hacks from celebs and their stylists that are absolutely genius.

#1 A sponge and socks to remove deodorant stains

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For celebs, appearing in a dress with deodorant stains is unacceptable. To solve this problem, celebs use a sponge and a sock to remove them. In the case, you don’t have one at hand, you can use a nylon sock instead of it.

#2 Adhesive panties

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When stars have to wear a dress that is transparent or has high slits, it is hard for them to put on underwear. Therefore, they tend to use adhesive panties.

#3 Two sets of shapewear at once

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Kim Kardashian knows how hard the struggle is when it comes to finding the perfect undergarment. It is the main reason she launched her shapewear brand. She feels so confident in her famously skintight ensembles. She doesn’t wear one but two body slimmers.

#4 Pasties

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Have you wondered why celebs have the guts to wear dresses with deep cleavage? Pasties are a wise choice. Classic ones are skin-colored or sometimes are added decorative or sparkling options.

#5 Emergency necessities in the purse

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Stars often keep something such as a threaded needle, adhesive tape, or sandpaper in their purse to prepare for any emergency.

#6 Sandpaper for shoes

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Celebrities are so humiliating when falling on the red carpet. Many famous people have found a solution to avoid those embarrassing slipups: sandpaper.

#7 Anti-static spray to prevent a dress from clinging to the legs

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Clothes that make of synthetic fabrics or silk tend to go static easily. To get rid of the annoying sticky feeling, they use an anti-static spray. Utilizing hairspray is a good idea.

#8 Tissue paper for the armpits

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Using tissue paper is a trick that helps celebs avoid dark circles under the armpits. For example, Jessica Biel shared that when driving to an event, she tended to put tissue paper under her armpits. Before getting out of the car, she threw it. In addition to her, some celebs even stitched them inside of the armhole.

#9 Increasing physical activity

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Before attending the event, celebs like Rihanna, Megan Fox, or Kim Kardashian are asked to wear fitness trackers that make enhance their physical activity. It is also a good way to reduce the amount of consumed sugar that often makes them avoid puffiness.

#10 Plastic bags to put on knee-high boots

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High and tight boots make celebs more fashionable but it also causes some injuries for them. They are recommended to use a plastic bag to reduce friction and wear them easily.

#11 Toothpaste for shoes

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Toothpaste is more useful than you think. For celebs, it not only cleans teeth but also brightens up shoes. They take a damp cloth to rub an amount of paste onto the scuff and then wipe it off.

#12 Ribbons for the waist

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Sometimes, ribbons are used like a corset or shapewear. They nip celebrities’ waist shapes perfectly and make them look thinner.

#13 A dancing loop to hold a long skirt

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To help celebs walk gracefully on the red carpet, many stylists design celebs’ dresses small lops. They are made with matching fabric that blends into the dress and they are small enough to loop fingers.