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7 Essential Tips For Getting New Year's Eve Party Ready!

If ever there was a night to pull out all of the stops with your makeup, it's new year's eve! Bat your lashes to lure 'em in and then pucker up with a pretty pout for a midnight kiss. Think about how your pal the party girl would do make herself up and then have a go at it yourself. To ensure that you're party perfect, here are a few beauty tips from me to you. Happy New Year everyone — have fun, and please remember to be safe.


  1. Drink plenty of water. Hydration is important for your skin. Also if you plan on consuming alcohol or coffee, water is a terrific way to help flush toxins out the body.
  2. Try something new with your eyes. Use glitter as a liner, create a sexy wing-tip or bring out your inner wild child by highlighting your inner v with some white sparkle. No matter what, pile on the mascara and add some fun false lashes.
  3. Choose one feature to emphasize. For example, if you want to create a bold eye, make sure lips are nude (and vice versa). While I can't emphasise enough that this is a great night to play up your makeup, you still wouldn't want to look overdone.
  4. Pack your party purse. Inside of your evening bag, be sure to take along the lipstick/lip gloss that you're wearing that night, a few blotting papers to keep shine under control (think of the photos!) and a small concealer if there's anything your desperate to keep covered up.

For the last three party perfect beauty tips, read more.

  1. Set your makeup. Dust loose powder over your foundation, blush and even your lips (before your lipstick) to ensure that your makeup stays put all night long.
  2. Shimmy in shimmer. If you're plan is to be dancing the night away or just snapping your fingers in a corner somewhere, don't be afraid to add a touch of shimmer to your cheekbones, just underneath your brow bone and to the center of your lower lip.
  3. Fill in your brows.There's nothing worse than a smoky, edgy eye next to a whimpy and thin brow. Use a pencil, gel or brow mascara for added definition.
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