December 22, 2015

3 Celeb Beauty Looks for the Party Season

Glam up your holiday makeup with three celebrity inspired looks that’ll have you look gorgeous in minutes!

Lady in Red

Margot Robbie Oscars’ beauty look is a classic which makes it ideal for any festive occasion.

Face: Once you’ve moisturized and primed the face – buff in your foundation. Follow that with a concealer that’s a shade or two lighter than your base, apply that in a V-shape under the eyes and blend it out. Apply a translucent powder all over the face to set the makeup. Use a matte finish bronzer in the hollows of the cheek to contour and follow that with rosy blush dusted onto the cheeks.

Eyes: Keep it simple with your eyes and opt for a set of Let’s Go Lashes at The Nail Spa for a glam but natural look. Finish the eyes off with two eyeshadows, start with a sparkly copper shade and use a tapered eyeshadow brush to line the lower lash line with it. Next use a bright gold shadow and dust it on the inner corner of the eye where the eye creates a ‘C’ to open up and brighten the eyes. Finish with mascara on the lower lashes.

Lips: Line your lips with a bright red lip liner. Next use a lip brush to apply lipstick for precision. It’s really important when applying a bright lip to be detailed. Use a concealer brush, and some concealer to cover up any lipstick bleeds or imperfections for a perfect pout.

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Sparkly Lights

Gigi Hadid at AMA’s rocked the freshest, dewy make-up look that’s especially perfect for a festive brunch.

Face: After priming your face, use a cream highlight on your cheekbones, forehead, chin and cupids bow. After blending out the highlight, use a moisturizing foundation and buff it in until it looks like second skin. Dust on a finishing powder with a fan brush so the make-up is set but skin doesn’t look too matt or cakey. Finish with a peachy blush.

Eyes: Start with a satin copper eyeshadow in the crease of the eye buffing it out slightly towards the brow bone. For the lid and inner corner of the eye use a bright gold shadow and pat it on. Before applying mascara, use a gel black liner and smudge on a slight wing.

Lips: Apply a nude peach creamy lipstick and add a gold shimmery gloss on the centre of the lips to make them look fuller.

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Sixties Siren

Rosie Huntington Whiteley at Vanity Fair Oscar Party 2015 gave us a sultry sixties look that’s perfect for any party.

Face: Apply a matte foundation and use a damp makeup sponge to blend it in. Next use a concealer with a slight shimmer to illuminate the under eye area and cover any imperfections. Set the foundation with loose powder and the under eye area with a fine setting powder. Use your favourite bronzer from the forehead, to the temples and down and along the cheek instead of using a blush. Next go in with a matte brown powder or bronzer to contour.

Eyes: Start with a peachy brown shade in the crease of the eye and bring it out to create a wing. Keep the rest of the lid natural. Use a liquid of pen eyeliner and dot on where you’d like the winged eyeliner to end, then create another two dots along the lid to map out your winged liner – connect the dots for a clean, precise cat eye.

Lips: For the lips, line them with a lip shade that is slightly peachier than your lips natural colour. Once you’ve outlined your lips, fill them in with the liner and finish with a matching creamy lipstick that has a slight sheen.

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