It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, everywhere we go. We are just 12 days (11 if you’re Hispanic like me because we celebrate on Christmas Eve) away from Christmas and I’m so ready for it. We are almost done with shopping for presents. Thank God. I don’t know about you but buying presents for kids can be hard. Especially when they’re kids that pretty much have everything they’ve asked for.
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Since Christmas is just a few days away, I wanted to share one last Christmas look before I start sharing a few New Year’s Eve eye looks. For this Christmas look, I wanted to share a classic. What’s a classic Christmas makeup look? It’s basically the simple eyes with bold lipstick. Rockin’ a red lipstick for Christmas is by far my favorite lip color. Last year I created this very glammed out Christmas look that I loved. You can check it out here.
I think red lipstick is beautiful this time of the year. Because red lipstick is such a bold color. You definitely want to keep the eyes subtle unless you’re feeling brave and rocking an entire bold look. Personally, for me, I love having the shimmery eyes, wing liner and bold lips. Below are the products I used for this makeup look plus I’m sharing a tutorial.
WATCH TUTORIAL HERE
Face: Makeup Revolution Pore Blur / Charlotte Tilbury Wonder Glow / Maybelline Super Stay Full Coverage Foundation / ColourPop No Filter Concealer / Maybelline Shine Control Powder / L.A. Girl Pro Face Powder / Makeup Revolution Mega Bronzer / Profusion Cosmetics Contour Palette / Pixi Beauty PixiGlow Cake / Anastasia Beverly Hills Glow Kit / Physicians Formula 24K Setting Spray
Eyes: Essence Micro Precise Brow Pencil / Urban Decay Naked Honey / Mellow Cosmetics Treasure Chest / L.A. Girl Gel Eye Liner / Maybelline Lash Sensational / KISS Blow Out Pixi Lashes / The Balm Mr. Write (Seymour)