New Year’s Makeup Ideas

Hi, everyone! Hope you all had a Wonderful Christmas! It feels like there’s always something to celebrate this time of the year – and we are not complaining. Can you believe that New Year’s is less than a week away?! It’s crazy!

That’s why we decided to put together an inspiration board for a few New Year’s looks to try. We know a few people love to add glitter to their looks (and what better day, right?), others like to intensify the look with a dramatic eye, and others stick to the classic cat eye paired with red lips.

Regardless of your preference, here are a few ideas to try!

 

 

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via Unique Butterflies

This classic smokey eye is perfect for some drama! Just remember to keep the lips neutral to balance your look.

 

 

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via Olga Blik

This look is perfect for those who are uncomfortable with a lot of glitter. This glitter pen work beautifully as a liner to add just the right pop of glitter to your look, leaving the rest of the lid pretty neutral.

 

 

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via Vegas_Nay

This look is great to add a pop of gold and just a dusting of glitter on the inner corner. Neutral lovers – this is the look for you! Just remember to keep the rest of the eye look matte, and to define your crease with a matte brown shade – this will give your look some depth while still bringing out the beautiful gold color.

 

 

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via Beauty Frizz

This is one of our favorite looks. The lid is covered in a very light shimmery shade with a dust of glitter, and the outer V is defined with a darker shadow (you can go for a olive, brown or black). The same shade is used very lightly along the crease for some definition. Lips here are bare – the eyes are the star of the show, but you can always go for a nude with a coral undertone. Try to opt for a matte lip for the same effect.

 

Well, there you go! A few options for your New Year’s look – no matter where you go for the evening! Let us know if you’d like to see a tutorial on any of those!

And Happy Holidays!

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