Love, Shelbey: Holiday Makeup: From Work to Party

Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Holiday Makeup: From Work to Party

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It seems that every week there's a new holiday party or gathering going on. If you're working through the holiday season you may find yourself crunching to find time to amp up your makeup for work parties or family gatherings. I'm sharing these simple steps with NEUTROGENA for a fast and easy way to create a fun holiday party makeup look.

You may already have these products in your collection but if you don't, no worries, you can pick them up on your next Walmart run (I feel like I have 20 week throughout the holiday season haha).
For this look I focused on berry/mauve tones with NEUTROGENA Nourishing Long Wear Eye Shadow in Cocoa Mauve. These shadows have a built in primer and offer up to 12 hours of long-wearing color - perfect for holiday parties!

I used one of my favorite lip products of all time, the NEUTROGENA MoistureSmooth Color Stick in the shade "Plum Perfect". These are the most comfortable lippies because they contain mango and shea butter to condition the lips. I find that they were really nicely throughout eating and drinking as well!
Berry tones are my all time favorite to sport during the holiday season. You don't have to own an entire makeup wardrobe to achieve this look, which is what I love. All it takes is a simple stop at Walmart for a couple items and you've got everything you need.

If you're not into berry undertones and you prefer pinks, peaches or nudes then NEUTROGENA has you covered on that too. The MoistureSmooth Color Sticks come in a ton of shades, as well as the Nourishing Long Wear Eye Shadows.
What holiday party looks are you going for this year? Let me know in the comments!

3 comments:

  1. You look fab - this is so glam and totally not what everyone else will be sporting for holiday parties! I'm a wimp when it comes to lip color and always go with a nude lip and smokey eyes for holiday parties. It might be time to break out of my comfort zone...[client]

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