New Year's Eve is the perfect time to try out some dramatic makeup. Whether you're going for a bold smokey eye or a statement-making red lip, there are tons of ways to ring in the New Year looking fabulous! These awesome New Year's Eve makeup tutorials are sure to have you owning the night! Check them out:
Table of contents:
- 1. Victoria's Secret-inspired
- 2. Smokey & Dramatic
- 3. Sparkly & Glamorous
- 4. Golden Goddess
- 5. Liner & Glitter
- 6. Bold & Beautiful
- 7. Subtle & Chic
1 Victoria's Secret-inspired
Victoria's Secret models are always wearing sweet, neutral colors and with this tutorial, you can recreate a similar look! With some glossy rose gold eyeshadow, you'll make quite the impression.
2 Smokey & Dramatic
I am obsessed with this look! The different color eye shadows are sure to make any eye color pop! I love the bold pink used as the dominant smokey color because it pairs great with a matte pink lip.
3 Sparkly & Glamorous
If you really want to wow the crowd, try this intense and sparkly look. There's no time like NYE to wear some dramatic makeup!
4 Golden Goddess
Gold is always my choice of color for NYE. I think it goes perfectly with black and is very party-ready. Since the makeup is a bit dramatic, the tutorial suggests that you pair it with a light, pink lip!
5 Liner & Glitter
This tutorial shows you how to make your eyes pop using mostly just eyeliner and glitter! The eyeshadow is kept a very neutral shade so it doesn't take away any attention from your glittery eyes!
6 Bold & Beautiful
If you're really looking to make a statement, nothing's more eye-grabbing than a powerful red. You can incorporate the color into your smokey eye look and/or wear a red lip! My favorite shade is a deep wine color.
7 Subtle & Chic
What's awesome about this look is that it's very simple and subtle, but still manages to pack a punch! The smokey eye is very traditional and I like that the glitter is only used for the bottom liner - it's great if you think glittery lids are too overwhelming.
Which of these makeup looks will you be recreating for New Year's?
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