5 New Year’s Eve Makeup Ideas

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5 New Year’s Eve Makeup Ideas
Look your best for the biggest night of the year! Here’s the complete how-to on five high impact star looks.Shiny Red Lips Embrace the New Year with a bold new hue. Taylor Swift’s makeup artist Lorrie Turk keeps the eyes simple-save for many coats of lush mascara and a bit of icy shadow-to prevent the star from looking overdone.

If you’re wearing a metallic dress like Kerry Washington, why not highlight your face and eyes with similar moody tones? (That’s exactly what her makeup artist Sam Fine did here!) A warm, bronzey canvas was his starting point: “I always choose bronzer one shade deeper than the complexion to add dimension. I love to contour the forehead, cheeks and sides of the nose.”

You don’t need pounds of makeup to make a statement. In fact, pastels are a fresh, unexpected choice during winter months. Makeup artist Melanie Inglessis, who created this look for Olivia Wilde, says she went for “soft glowing skin and amazing eyelashes.”

Red lips are are the obvious choice with LDB’s. Makeup artist Hugh Vanngo added an element of surprise by giving Camilla Belle a striking pink lip. “Camilla is always open to play with makeup,” he says.

“I wanted Carey to really stand out,” her makeup artist Georgie Eisdell told us. “I wanted it to be all eyes, eyebrows and perfect skin-but minimal color.” A wash of lightweight foundation and a dusting of translucent powder perfected Mulligan’s complexion.


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