The holiday season is full of parties and gatherings where you will want to be at your best. Although your daily makeup routine lets you move from home to office or school, you’II want a little more excitement for your night time events. Make sure your makeup is a reflection of the season with these great tips.
Nothing says holidays like a little shimmer. Complete your winter look by applying a normal amount of shimmering powder or adding a slight shimmer to your lips or eyelids. Adding a little shimmer will make your face brighter and add a glow that matches the holiday season.
The holiday season is a great time to be brave about your makeup. Cat’s eyes or smoky eyes often add a mysterious glamour that goes well with the deep colors of the season. Dark red lips and shine are a great way to bring holiday cheer to your smile.
KEEP THE BALANCE
Black eyes and beautiful red lips are excellent, but there must be a balance. As a rule never go with dark lips and eyes. Against dark makeup with bright nude lips and black lips with a simple eyeshadow close to the the natural complexion.
Christmas can often happen right after work and last long enough. Make sure your makeup stays well applied by applying a primer to your face. An introduction will ultimately make your skin smoother by helping mask imperfections and allowing your makeup to become more natural and stay longer.
Even if your summer glow is fading at this point, you do not need to sunbathe to that healthy skin tone on your skin. In the end, tanning is not a sure way to keep your skin glowing and sunless, tanner can often give you a ridged, Orange appearance. Keep your skin glowing with tinted moisturizer. Although you can not reach this goal directly by the beach, your skin will look dewy and refreshed with a colored tab.
SILVER AND GOLD
When choosing a shimmery makeup, nail polish and eyeliners, consider looking for silver and gold. Silver and gold are always popular during holiday season and can give your look an extra party look.
MANICURE AND PEDICURE
Manicure your nails, even if you’re not one to take care of yourself, a manicure during the holidays is a must. Getting your nails neat and ready for parties and gatherings that are so prevalent during the holidays can take a lot of effort. Although self tanned nails may flake off and you have to take care of them several times in a week, a manicure should last a few weeks and lead you through the new year.