Don't be afraid to play with make-up, the holidays are the time to add a little fantasy to your look!
Metallic eyes -- Try gold, sliver or bronze; they are great colors for the holidays and could be paired beautifully with the sheer red lips. Deep intense purples are also gorgeous colors for the holidays. Think sexy & smoky!
Strong brows -- Try pencil, powder or colored brow wax the right shade will perk up your eyes and make your face look more defined. Be sure to use the proper tools, purchase the correct style of brush for powder or colored brow wax application.
False lashes -- From subtle little add-ons to over the top lashes with feathers or sparkles. Lashes make everything better, be daring go all out! Lashes can be tricky to apply, do all of your make-up first including mascara and then apply lashes very last. Use a good long handled pair of tweezers to apply them.
Highlights added in just the right areas can leave you with a sexy flushed look -- Add a little to illuminate cheek bones and t-zone. If you tend to be oily be sure not to go overboard! There is a big difference in a sexy flushed look and a over the top shiny face.
Think peach! -- A good peachy blush is flattering for all complexions. Remember if you are going with more drama on the eyes and/or lips keep the blush soft and pretty.
Red lips -- Try creamy red lipstick or try a sheer sparkling red lip gloss. You can go as bold or subtle as you want. Sheer and sexy, the just kissed lips look to a well defined deep creamy shade of crimson either one you choose red makes a statement!
Ruby reds, glittery golds will be a perfect addition to your holiday look. Anything in the new OPI Burlesque line would fit the bill!
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