Stylishly Festive Christmas Makeup Ideas; If you’re like me, you like to really pull out all the stops during Christmas time: the decoration of the house, a tree and a dining table really uplifting. But what I really hope is to get our team ready shoes to dress hair and makeup …!
If you are looking for some inspiration, take a look at our collection of tutorials face painting, from the delightfully understated softness dramatic.
Christmas Makeup Ideas
We love the brightness, seriously; and the holiday season offers the perfect opportunity to express that love. This ice cream, bright eyeshadow look is the perfect touch for a white Christmas.
If you still want a bit of shine, but do not want it to be as heavy as the previous style, rather than opting for this single stripe shine just above a line of cat’s eye. It is much more subtle, but noticeable enough to really make an impact.
Use a little metallic gold and red pigment on top of your lipstick red for almost velvety look rich. Not only they look great, but also will help shape the lipstick to last longer.
Use a liquid liner with a fine silver to add these snow flakes lovely smoky eye with its beautiful brush.
A simple green eye shadow can make an incredible impression, but rather than simply a tone sweep across the lid, follow this tutorial for a more varied look, with some beautiful color depth.
Mistletoe This detail is too cute! With a steady hand you can dominate (although you may need a practice round!). Just be sure to keep the rest of the face in inconspicuous place so you do not look overdone.
If you are not one for heavy makeup, but still want to do a little something special for your Christmas party or dinner shimmery look then this is the perfect choice. The final aspect is rather modest and looks natural, but gives you that pop you want.
There is nothing more Christmasy than red, green and gold, so why not apply that to your eyes for some truly festive eye shadow? We love how this aspect incorporates all the colors without having to look at the dramatic or exaggerated the end.
If you are going to vamp up with eyes then you will have a more neutral tone on the lips. Alternatively, if you want to put the emphasis on the lips instead of the eyes, use the same technique but use ombre a brighter bolder color.