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The difference between the Evening Look and Competition Look

When you started dancing and attended your first dance events and competitions, you probably asked yourself why you need to have a hairstyle with lots of hairspray, gel and stones on it and strong, exaggerated makeup. Well, the idea is to look beautiful on the dance floor. Now, of course, people have different tastes. Some people can do better hairstyles then others, some are indifferent about their look, and some are obsessed with it, but we are not here to discuss this subject.
Let's say you decided to have the most beautiful look on the dance floor for your next championships. Next, you ask yourself: can I have a normal evening look or a special competition look to be the best dancer of the night?

There are 3 major differences between an evening Look and a competition look:

1. The lasting factor - a competition look has to last all day long and be resistant to faster movements, sweat and even shocks. That's why you have to use more hairspray, tie the hair tighter, use more resistant cosmetics etc. compared with an evening look.

2. The lighting factor - Remember: in the competition you are the star! Usually the lighting is not so great at competitions because the venues are big and it's too costly to light them very well. Also, the light is not concentrated only on one dancer but on the whole floor in general. Comparing it to, for example, television, they have the best possible lightings and they spend 30 minutes just to set the correct effect on a person so it looks great on TV screens. Unfortunately we don't have that at many dancesport competitions. That's why the makeup has to be more prominent to look good on the dance floor.

3. The distance factor - sometimes dancers compete in very big venues where thousands of people are watching the competition. The person sitting in the last row can't even recognize your facial features if you are on the dance floor. Many times even the people from the first row or judges are placed too far from dancers because of the size of the floor. Because you want to look great in every situation while you are dancing even from far away, the competition hair and makeup has to be more accentuated than normal evening hair and makeup. However, be careful to not exaggerate the look. You have to find the correct balance to still look natural.

Keeping in mind these 3 factors which influence the way you look on the dance floor will definitely change the way you style yourself for competitions and will encourage you to learn the correct skills to be able to do your hair and makeup well.

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  • How many times have you wished to have somebody to teach you how to do your hair and makeup for the upcoming dance championships? 

  • How much stress did you encounter just before the start of the competition while struggling to do your hair?

  • Don't you think that if you looked and felt better, you would perform better as well?


Well, now all those questions, problems and stress can go away because Dancelook.tv will be always here to help you out :)

Watching our tutorials and you can learn all the insights for creating your best look for dancing while saving a lot of time and energy which you will need for the performance. 


Not a Ballroom Dancer? No worries! 

Dancelook hairstyles and makeups tutorials are also perfect for other styles of dance, stage performances and theatre.

So don't sit back! Try it Now!


Photo from DancesportInfo.NetJust imagine entering the floor looking gorgeous and drawing the attention of the judges and the audience... do you think you will dance better?  We think you will.

That's why we cordially invite you to sign up and watch our premium, easy-step instructional videos for Hair and Makeup and to read our blog where we have interesting articles .


Think how much you can gain from these lessons of visage.... and you don't have to travel anywhere in order to get it - you can simply relax in your home, spend less then an hour and learn everything you need to know to turn your dance look in a complete success.


You can watch the lesson over and over again and by practicing you will get better and better. THERE IS NO BETTER WAY BUT TO LEARN IT YOURSELF! You'll be able to style your hair and makeup brilliantly for any dance competition without stress and time-loss.

You will also be able to make it for somebody else, if you like. The techniques are easy to learn and apply. 

"Dance is a performing art, that's why it has to look good."

You can use the techniques from our tutorials for inventing other ideas which will look even more original on you.

A lesson on hair & makeup is a MUST for every dancer who takes ballroom dancing seriously and wants to become the best at it.

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The power of image in a few words

Ricardo iulia

All dancers know how much money they need to invest in their look for a competition or performance. It's important to know how to make the best first impression on the adjudicators.

During their careers, dancers are often praised and critiqued on their style. That is why they search for the best solutions to improve their image.

At the biggest international competitions, we can always use the help of the best stylists like Boyko and Lella, but what about other events? Of course, we want to look our best at these as well. That's how the idea for this website was born.

Dancelook wants to show you the secrets of dance style through short training videos. We want every dancer to look like a world champion, even if they aren’t one yet.

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