It’s almost already New Year’s Eve! Your party dress is probably all picked out, but is your makeup ready for an evening of counting down the clock? Ahead, find some of our favorite and most glamorous NYE looks so that you don’t fret over your makeup when you hear the 3…2…1...
Glitter lids are the way to go this NYE, especially if you’re feeling bold and want to rock that glitzy glam effect. You can’t go wrong with a sparkly eye tonight, girlfriend!
Cat Eye Looks.If feline-inspired is more your style, try one of these six fierce cat eye looks that are a little less classic and a bit more eye-popping! For added shock value, apply some falsies to your lashes.
This Smoked Out Green Liner. We’re pretty obsessed with the upside down cat eye — so it’s no surprise that this mod spin on a smokey green eye look has our heart. It’s unconventional for NYE, and that’s exactly why we love it.
The Ultimate Red Lipstick Guide. And if red is your go-to color (nothing wrong with that!), make sure you pick the right shade for your skin tone and apply it properly … so there’s no smudging.
Party Hair in Less Than 5 Minutes. From the messy chignon we love to a slicked-back low pony, all of these party-ready looks take five minutes or LESS. Who knew you could get ready for NYE that quickly? Well, the hair at least … makeup is another story!
Glitter Nails.Glitter on your nails and on your dress? YES! If there was one night where you could cover yourself in glitter, it would be tonight!
3 Makeup Looks for a Night Out. Nothing says chic like all matte makeup, a smoldering smoky eye and the perfect red-hot lip! These classics work for just about every occasion (NYE included)!
This Monochromatic Gold Makeup. NYC based makeup artist Emily Amick takes us through her ultimate ethereal metallic look — need we say more? It’s the perfect monochromatic gold face for some major Instagram photo opps.
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