Rob & Mariel – Wardrobe Stylists
Tonight's look was all about the grande finale!! The dress was like a piece of Jewelry. The high neck and short hemline was a classic 60’s Moe silhouette, while the entire dress was adorned with rhinestone chains!
 
The dress was the perfect to end to a great season of singing and fashion moments!!!
 
Instagram: @MarielWasHere
Instagram: @RobZangardi
 
Danilo Dixon – Hairstylist
Crowning Glory. Hair pulled back into a regal braided crown/silhouette.
 
Instagram: @officialdanilohair
 
Gregory Arlt – Makeup Artist
For our final bow tonight we mixed "classic" Gwen with an elevated, modern, and certainly elegant look by taking elements of her traditional favorite makeup looks (brows, black cat eye liner, and red lips) and super-sizing them for our curtain call. 
 
Everything tonight was matte matte matte! Skin, eyes, and lips for the performance and then we introduced luminosity to the brow bone and gloss (and red glitter!) to the lips for the chair look.
 
For her eyes I used a matte vanilla shadow on her brow bone and a warm, neutral brown in the crease. For her lids I mixed a creamy matte shadow and a neutral peachy beige shadow to create a buttery bone color. I then did a VERY generous, thick liner on top with a pin stripe brush and false lashes on the top and the bottom. Her cheeks I kept a matte, soft pink and her lips I used a bright, fire engine matte red followed by red lip gloss and red glitter. 
 
Instagram: @gregoryarlt

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Isidro_Cazares_Jr's picture

Hi; Gwen'ii, 

 I read about history facts in fashion of the Nation Divided; battles from the Civil War. Two campaigns; two confrontation North Union States & South Confederate States.

Northern Victories;

Fredericksburg -December 11-15, 1862.

Gettysburg - July 1-3, 1863.

Chattanooga - November 23-25, 1863.

Fort Fisher - January 15, 1865.

Selma - April 2, 1865.

Petersburg - April 3, 1865.

Southern Victories;

Bull Run - July 21, 1861.

Shiloh - April 6-7, 1862.

Antietam - September 17, 1862.

Chancellorsville - April 30 - May 6, 1863.

Chickamauga - September 18 - 20, 1863.

Cold Harbor - May 31 - June 12, 1864.

History facts about Civil War battles; The Battle of Shiloh is sometimes known as the Battle of Pittsburg Landing. The Union, under Ulysses S. Grant, advanced after the capture of Fort Donelson. They made camp on the back of the Tennessee river, where the South made an early-mourning surprise counter-attack & beat the Union Army back.

The U.S. Army victory of Selma, Alabama in the Deep South confirmed that the Union was on the verge of winning the war. With it came the seizure of Confederate supply reserves which contributed greatly to the downfall of the Confederate army.

Reading & watching television documentaries about History facts is something I like, and learning new History, new knowledge information and current news.

Thank you, Sincerely, Isidro Cazares Jr.