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The holidays are a great time to change up your go-to eye makeup routines. Shoot for a pop of shimmer in the inner corners instead. Not only does it brighten up your eyes but it’s an easy way to dip your toes into a color that previously felt intimidating.
For holiday errands, business meetings, and everything in between, go for hydrated, barley touched lips. Grab your favorite non-sticky pink lipgloss for a natural-looking pigmented lip color that is both sophisticated and effortless.
Who says pumpkin spice lattes are just for drinking? Glide on shimmer shadows of brown, orange, and olive tones to match your favorite holiday drink of the moment. The effect is seriously striking and can be toned up or down.
Although it might be winter, a splash of golden shadow is a great reminder of the sunny days to come. For a full face: try a peach blush, slightly pink nude lip, and a champagne highlighter to complete the look. The best part: This timeless look can transition seamlessly from day to night.
The focus here is on the bottom lash line instead of the top. With a steady hand, glide your felt tip liner across your undereye and flick out the ends to form the wing. For a less dramatic and eye-catching look, opt for a thinner line instead.
Pair a hot pink liner and magenta lip color for the ultimate sophisticated holiday look. Also, you don’t have to wear the exact same color to pull off the look. Varying shades of the same shade are all free game!
Going the more minimal route but still want to make a statement? Opt for a bold, daring lip color. To have your lipstick stand out even more, try a lighter foundation or shimmer on your cheeks. Wear this one for holiday Zoom parties, dates, and so much more.
Let your arches play a key part of your holiday look this winter. These dramatic soap brows can be easily achieved by dampening a clean brush and spritzing on some setting spray or brow wax to hold the shape. Brush and backcomb brows until they are styled in the position you are after.
Why pick just one shadow? Glide on your first shade in the inner corners and outer part of your eye. Then apply two colors across your lid with a fluffy brush to blend. Whether you match them to your holiday outfit or prefer some contrast, this look is sure to turn heads.