New Year Party Makeup Look

I firmly feel that New Year Party Makeup should be wider than a single evening each year. Consequently, whether you intend to ring in 2023 by lounging on your couch or enjoying a night out with friends as the ball drops at your favorite pub, why not get into the holiday spirit before and experiment with a variety of New Year’s party makeup ideas? Read on.

New Year Party Makeup Look

You must first choose the kind of look you want to achieve.

You can choose from various looks, including no makeup, sparkly makeup, bold makeup, and full glam.

Everything is on during the holidays, whether you want glitter on your eyelids or a nice neutral appearance.

Steps To Create New Year Party Makeup Look

Firstly, begin by doing your base as usual.

You can also start with your glittery eye makeup and then move on to the rest of your face makeup.

I started with an eye base to cancel out the uneven tone to get this look.

With the help of a brown eyeshadow from the Makeup Revolution Palette, I created a wing and fox eye look.

Remember to thoroughly blend it.

Then, I applied the silver glitter to finish my new year party makeup look.

Also, I added Maybelline kohl in my waterline for a bold look.

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You can achieve lengthening, volumizing, and dramatic lashes with the Maybelline New York Hyper-Curl Mascara.

For a more dramatic look, you can always use artificial eyelashes.

To achieve this look, I used Calailis’ Faux Mink Eyelashes.

I used brown shades from the same eyeshadow palette for contouring.

Select the pink blush shade from the MyGlamm Face Kit to get a flush.

Finally, I used MyGlamm LIT Satin Matte Lipstick in the shade KUWTK to complete my timeless, elegant new year’s party makeup look.

Here, you can check out the detailed New Year Party Makeup Look tutorial.

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