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No one does a night out in New York City quite like the Real Housewives.
On Tuesday evening, several of the ladies from The Real Housewives of Dallas, The Real Housewives of New Jersey, The Real Housewives of New York City, and The Real Housewives of Potomac stepped out in style for Ok! Magazine’s summer kickoff party. Basically, they turned this red carpet event into a Real Housewife runway show, and we are so here for it.
RHOD’s Cary Deuber, Brandi Redmond, and Stephanie Hollman made a stunning appearance on the east coast for the bash. Both Stephanie and Brandi matched in fuschia ensembles, while Cary went for a black and silver sparkly printed dress.
And, of course, their beauty looks were nothing short of glam. Just like Christine Staub recently did, Brandi also made a strong case to bring back crimped hair. For her party 'do, celebrity hairstylist Julius Michael created a unique twist on mermaid waves by crimping some of her strands for added texture.
Michael also created a fun three-braid hairstyle on Stephanie, which he adorned with gold accents. The Dallas ladies also got some fabulous makeup looks by celeb MUA Priscilla DiStasio.
Dorinda Medley appeared on the scene donning stunning purple eye makeup to match with her see-through purple blouse.
RHONJ pals also crossed the state bridge to attend the star-studded event. Melissa Gorga stunned in a printed skirt with a thigh-high slit, which she paired with a black halter tank and strappy sandals. Margaret Josephs ditched her signature pigtails for the evening and rocked a high ponytail with an off-the-shoulder silver dress.
These ladies killed the pink carpet event.
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