Exotic style focuses on something very uncommon, striking yet excitingly different. A traveler who comes from another exotic land may show exotic style. Exotic style is often mysterious and intriguing. The clothing style centers on long flowing lines that has rich smoky colors, embroidery, mysterious ornate patterns, jungle prints, mosaics and iridescent textures and shiny jewelry, etc.
Are you tired of the same old cookie cutter look, and in the mood for something more exotic? Changing your hair, makeup and wardrobe to something totally different is a fun way to embrace a style completely outside your norm. Open yourself to a world of possibilities and start experimenting!
If your hair is normally straight, change your look by adding some waves or curls. If it's naturally wavy, try straightening your hair to transform your look. It sounds too easy, but a simple change in hair texture can completely change the way your face looks. Here are a few popular styles to try:
Long, beachy waves
If everyone else you know has long, tousled waves, maybe it's time to do something different. Consider cutting your hair in a chic, short style that will help you stand out from the crowd and look far more exotic than your peers. The fact that you were bold enough to cut your hair short will lend a mysterious air to your personality.
If you have dark hair, try going blond for a look that's exotic to you. If your hair is fair, dye it dark brown or even black. Changing your hair color is one of the best ways to add an element of the exotic to your look. No matter what your natural hair color is, dyeing it a different color will instantly make you feel different.
You could also dye your hair a bold color. There's always something exotic about a midnight black or a peroxide blonde, but what about red with a streak of purple or strawberry blonde with pink tips?
Or go for the popular ombre look, with hair that fades from dark to light, or vice versa.
Extensions are a great way to change your look in a heartbeat. With super long hair, the options are virtually endless. You could also get extensions that aren't your hair color or go for a dip-dyed or ombre look. And if you go the temporary route (the kind that just clips in), you can experiment until you find a look you love.
Extensions are hard to maintain. Think about how much work you want to put into your look before you go dishing out some cash for the extra hair.
They're also damaging to hair if they aren't put in correctly, so make sure you see an experienced stylist.
No matter the shape of your eyes, black winged eyeliner will instantly add interest and mystery to your face. Winged eyeliner makes your eyes look bigger and more interesting, and it's a fun look to rock for a night out. Winged eyeliner can be hard to pull off if you don't have the steady hand of a makeup artist, so try this method for applying it flawlessly:
Get a tube or pot of dark black eyeliner. This works better with liquid eyeliner than with a pencil.
Take a piece of tape and place it right under your bottom lash line, so that it's angle slightly upward toward the outer edge of your eyebrow. A sharper angle will create a sharper "wing."
Begin applying the eyeliner close to your top lash, starting near the inner corner of your eye. Apply it along your top lash line, then taper the eyeliner along the edge of the tape. Remove the tape when you're finished.
Repeat on the other side and clean up any mistakes.