Whether you just want to enhance your natural beauty or go for full on festive glamour, WF has tips to give you the confidence to shine on the big day, right through to New Year.
Trends this Christmas definitely see the dark side of red on its way; colour palettes are filled with sultry brown and chocolate red, carmine and vermillion, be as sexy as you can be with this look!
For that flawless make up opt out of a heavy base. Pair an illuminating BB cream with an anti-redness primer to get a lightweight coverage that will help to even out the complexion for a more natural finish. Lightly buff a matt face powder over the top of your base to keep shine at bay.
Eye Make up
First of all you have to be careful about the color which you are going to apply on your face the color of the makeup must not be odd as it can affect your personality in the bad manners.
Smokey, sparkly metallic eye make-up is a very ‘in’ look. Contrast strong and dramatic eyes with nude lips. Be careful about applying the eyeliner that while applying eyeliner you must not open your eye wide and it should be applied only on the tips of the eyes lashed. And the color of Mascara should not look less than perfect. If you these thing under your control then you can apply a good makeup on Eye on the beautiful occasion of Christmas. Choose deep plums or lilacs for green and blue eyes, and soft gold/copper tones for brown eyes. They will really stand-out.
For perfect Christmas red lips this season, trends are on the dark side and not on the glamorous side; use MAC Lipstick in Soft Pause with MAC Dazzleglass in Love Alert (£13.00) on top; it is a hot combination this season backstage and the mysterious woman in you will no longer need to hide!
Use the lip liner to give a curved effect and to prevent the finish from looking too angular. Complete with a rich red colour, Estee Lauder’s Signature Lipstick in Ruby is ideal; then you’re ready to-go!
Shimmering Cheek bone:
To get that shimmering-look to match up with Christmas feast, sweep a glittering powder over your cheekbones, below your brow bone and on the inner corner of your eyes. If your skin is light, reach for a pink-based highlighter, while medium- to dark-skinned women should try golden tones.
Try Burgundy Nails:
Burgundy-colored nails are your Christmas party must-have for instant drama. Richer than red and more wearable than the black nail polish. Burgundy has a modern feel that will never go out of style. Try Cover Girl Continuous Color Nail Polish in Cherry Brandy.
The ballerina bun is the most versatile style and will go with everything from a LBD to a long sequined gown. Backcomb hair, tie into a ponytail and then pin into a bun high on the crown. Keep the bun loose for a chic, modern-day topknot. For a more structured bun, plait the hair before twisting or use a hair donut (available from Boots nationwide). The French chignon is another elegant option. Pin hair tightly at the nape of the neck and make sure most of the hair is piled on top – a chignon wide at the bottom will be unflattering on the jaw line. Curl hair beforehand to soften the style. With short hair , scrunch with a texturising spray.
Keep jewelry and extra sparkle to a minimum – your dress will deliver all the festive glitz you need.
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