|Stand out on New Year's Eve|
Don't be afraid to dazzle!Sequins tend to make their way into every New Year's Eve soiree, but who says the clothes should have all the fun? This holiday season, I'm daring you to step up your party makeup game with a daring, dazzling beauty look! That's right, I'm telling you to add some glitter to your NYE look.
Ever since Pat McGrath unveiled her lip line that transforms any mouth into a pair of kissable ruby red slippers, I've been obsessed with glitter-filled makeup looks. From sparkly highlighter to pristine, shining eyeliner, give me glitter or give me death! Okay, maybe it's not that dramatic, but your makeup look will be dramatic—not to mention fab—if you throw some sparkles on your face.
Sure, men might ask you why you have sequins glued to your cheeks, and yes, it might be incredibly painful to remove such glitter-based makeup at the end of the night, but I promise you, you will be the talk of the town, and one Instagram of yourself in glittery perfection is sure to catapult you to beauty blogger fame. Don't quote me on that, though.
If you're willing to take on this challenge, check out some sparkly inspiration for your festive makeup look, then scroll down to shop glittery makeup!
|Swap out your highlighter for shine of the sparkly variety via Into the Gloss|
|Give your lips a touch of Dorothy's ruby red slipper style via Sephora|
|Sprinkle glitter in your hair via Monki|
|Swipe on some gold eyeliner and accentuate with stars|
|Add glitter to an unexpected place, like your eyebrows! After all, bold brows are totally trending|
|Give yourself sequin freckles via Into the Gloss|
|Create winged eyeliner out of sparkles via Hunger TV|
|Transform into an ethereal fairy with silver and purple glitter all over via Instagram|
|Keep focus on glittery lips by keeping the rest of the look neutral and dewy|
|Choose colorful glitter for an especially captivating look via Models.com|
|Go wild! Turn your face into a disco ball with glitter and sparkle EVERYWHERE! via La Belle Du Jour Blog|