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6 Winter Makeup Trends To Wear Now

Posted on January 06 2020

6 Winter Makeup Trends To Wear Now

We’re currently in the thick of winter, and there’s no better way to brighten your mood (and your complexion) than by trying out a new beauty trend. The best part? You don’t have to worry about the heat melting away your makeup, and you’re freer to experiment with intense colors and textures.

Scroll down to check out six of the trends you need to wear before the season ends.

Frosted Pastels Think cool, neutral colors that play up your eyes like iced-out blue, cool lavender, and baby pink—our Eyeshadow in Skylar, Angel, and Platinum make the perfect trio. For a simpler take, try a creamy hue on your lips like our Lipstick in Dollhouse Pink.

Smudged Eyes Pass on traditional eyeliner and employ your favorite eyeshadow palette to do the job instead. Get the “slept-in” look by dipping our Precision Brush into your shadow of choice and applying it along your lash line and smudging it as desired—add additional colors from the palette for added dimension. This will allow you to experiment with shades and textures you normally wouldn’t.

Extra Rosy Cheeks Fresh, rosy cheeks add a much-needed color boost to winter skin. Use a cream blush—like our Multi Pot in Conch or Dahlia—for an ultra dewy effect or our Vibrant Pink Blush if you prefer powder.

Indigo Everything Whether it be on your eyes, your lips, or your nails, Classic Blue is in—thanks to Pantone naming it their 2020 Color of the Year. We particularly love the shade as a graphic cat-eye using our Liquid Eyeliner in Storm or Eyeliner in Ocean and as a standout manicure using our Nail Polish in Lagoon.

Oxblood Lips No need to pass on this hue just because the holidays are over. This deep crimson shade works for any skin tone—try our Lipstick in Femme Fatale, Rapture, or Currant.

Double Wing Eyeliner Give your classic liner look an upgrade with a double wing. Apply your usual cat-eye with our Liquid Eyeliner in Raven and then draw on a few small flicks of product above your eyelid crease for added dimension.

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