By Sakshi Tejpaul
It is the last month of the year 2020! While we may not be celebrating big due to the Pandemic, the holiday festivities shall go on to some extent.
Whether your holiday parties are in full swing or you’d like more intimate gatherings –even if you’d go for a lounge get-together with only the closest of your family, getting ready with a festive holiday makeup look would be a priority.
This year, the shimmery gold finish is trending in the beauty blogosphere. The best thing about this makeup trend is that glowing gold looks suits all the formal and informal occasions –and there is no limit to adding the glitz.
To help you get ready in no time, we have created a super-easy guide to this trendy makeup look that would suit all skin tones.
Here’s how to do it right!
STEP 1 –The Base
We recommend you to opt for a beige base like Teddy eye base from ‘M.A.C cosmetics’ to prep your eyes for that smoky look. Avoid making it matte if you want to pack on the gold shimmer.
STEP 2 –The Eye Makeup
Try the ‘Charlotte Tilbury Queen of Glow’ palette. Once you have defined the crease with a darker color, pack some shimmering gold with your fingers on the center of the eyelid. This will give a dimension to the eyes. You can keep adding the gold as you like.
STEP 3 –Add some drama with the falsies
False lashes are something that will give a beautiful finished look to your eye makeup. You can try on #37 as they are perfectly wispy and lightweight to binge in all the Glam you need.
STEP 4 –Bronze and highlight it
Try using the ‘BOBBY BROWN Shimmer Brick’ in bronze over the high points of your face. It’s a classic highlighter with a beautiful shine that is literally amazing.
STEP 5 –Make it nude
Use a nude lipstick to complete the look we recommend. Nudes never let you down! They only level up your makeup game. Try a beautiful peachy nude that’ll go perfectly with this look.
Now that all your makeup is on point, you are ready to make a statement look that is glamorous and stunning as you prepare to end the year on a great note.
Photography: Sachin Jadhav