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Get Your Holiday Glam On

With parties and family gatherings to attend all month, December is a great time to have fun with makeup. Check out some of our favorite holiday looks using Royal & Langnickel brushes from four talented makeup artists on Instagram and learn how you can get these looks at home.


Nothing says the holidays like a little sparkle, which is why this look from @kimjluv is perfect for this time of year. Whether you use a shimmery eyeshadow or separate glitter like Kim, using neutral tones is a great way to add some sparkle in a subtle way. Copy Kim’s look with some smoky black liner and false lashes for extra drama. Kim used our S.I.L.K Pro brushes to get this stunning look.


Whether you’re inspired by a particular wintry Disney princess or just want to embrace the snowy season, you can’t go wrong with this look from @glitz_n_glam, which she created using our MŌDA Beautiful Eyes Flip Kit. To get Cristina’s frosty look, use a neutral beige shadow in the crease and highlight your brow bone with a white or light yellow tone. Use a shimmery dark blue shadow on the edges of your lid and blend a rose gold shade in the center. Cristina finished the look with some dramatic lashes and cosmetic colored contact lenses.


Neutrals can be just as stunning during the holidays, especially in this look from @andreaaagp using Royal & Langnickel brushes. This look is all about flawless skin and brows with a natural glow and some serious lashes. Stick with brown and beige tones, blending a darker shade into your crease and smudging some shadow on your lower lash line. Use a peach-toned blush and a natural lip color and then several coats of mascara or false lashes to finish the look. Our [R]evolution brushes are great to get an airbrushed finish with your foundation just like Andrea.


This is a super classic holiday look from @adrilunamakeup and she got it using our 20-piece S.I.L.K kit. To copy Adriana’s look, blend a soft brown eyeshadow into your crease using the BC430 Crease brush. Next apply a deep maroon shade in the crease and on your lid with the BC420 Smudger brush. Use the BC460 Angle Eye Blender to blend black shadow at the lash line and the Smudger brush to smoke black shadow on your lower lash line. Highlight your brow bone with the BC470 Eye Detailer and highlight the inner corner of your eye with the BC440 Pointed Liner. Cristina used the S.I.L.K concealer and foundation brushes to get flawless complexion and the BC120 Contour brush to add definition to her cheeks. Add blush with the BC110 Blush brush and highlight your cheekbones with the BC300 Fan brush. Finally, apply a berry red lipstick with the BC600 Lip brush. See a full video tutorial for this look.

December 15, 2015 written by Art of Beauty Blog 0 comments

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