New Year’s Eve is a prime time to break away from basic and venture into the unknown. Everyone’s makeup style is different, but this holiday tends to bring out the extra in everyone. And who better to inspire us with than the celebrities who count on a glam squad to keep them camera-ready?
We’re always looking to the red carpet for trends and ideas to try, but oftentimes, they seem just a little too “out there” or difficult to replicate. So we did the leg work for you and spotted 19 examples of makeup that’s chic, but also simple enough to copy. Whether it’s colorblocked lids, a classic red lip or glittery liner, there’s something for everyone to experiment with before the clock strikes 12. Take your pick.
You’ve spent days, maybe weeks, finding the perfect outfit for your New Year’s Eve celebration and every girl knows the best accessory is a statement shoe, even if it’s stacked 5 inches too high. Whether you’re with friends, family or even coworkers, one thing is for sure…you don’t want to be caught in ballet flats before the clock strikes 12.
To help you party all night long and stay comfortable, we’ve rounded up a few purse-friendly options to keep aches and pains at bay so you can stiletto-step into 2018 in a major way.
Infused with essential oils and lidocaine, this non-greasy formula instantly relieves foot tension and pain.
When it comes to makeup, no holiday inspires us more than New Year’s Eve. Even if we’re forgoing the club for a night in with friends, this is the one night when we’re unapologetically extra with our beauty choices and think, “the bigger the better.” And no product embodies that more than glitter. It’s vibrant, sparkly and multi-use; the perfect New Year’s Eve companion, if you ask us.
Glitter can get a little messy, but when strategically placed and held down with a sturdy primer (like this one), the results look out of this world. As far as makeup inspiration is concerned, there’s no better place to find it than the runway. Ahead, we’ve gathered 25 looks that you may want to steal for the last night of 2017.