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Meet A Ravishing S.F. Ballerina & Steal Her Get-Pretty Tips

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    [UPDATE: This story was originally published on February 19.]

    When it comes to girl crushes, we're always searching for a gal whose unique look keeps us on our toes. And that's exactly why we were drawn to S.F. ballerina Kimberly Braylock. With her winning smile and mane full of bouncy coils, it's no wonder the mover and shaker always manages to take center stage, on or off the dance floor.

    Eager to sway to the same rhythm, we headed over to her Lower Pac Heights abode to get the scoop on how she's able to look so ravishing. And Braylock didn't disappoint — showing us two easy-to-replicate beauty looks that are sure to stun on any mug. Bonus: She even got down and showed off those bendy moves!

    Ready to steal this dancing queen's show-stopping hair-and-makeup tricks? Click through to see her must-have products, plus tips on how she deals with cake-y theater foundation, containing those gorgeous curls, and so much more.

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