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3 New Year's Eve Party Looks using Green Beauty Products

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Try one of these looks this New Year's Eve and start the year as you mean to go on...looking and feeling gorgeous and confident on the inside and out! I have put together 3 looks from pretty and natural, to bold and smokey, so there is a look to suit everyone!

Look 1

New-Ye

This look is for all the natural beauties out there who want a look that is low maintenance but looks polished and elegant. The simple black liner subtly accentuates the eyes and pops of pink on the cheeks gives a healthy, fresh glow to the skin. If you are not the best with liquid liner, try using a pencil liner and just smudge it along the top lash line for a slightly smokey effect. Add some definition and shading with a soft warm brown eyeshadow through the socket line and under the lower lash line. If you prefer a hint of colour on the lips, this lip conditioner from Itha is perfect as it feels like a balm but adds colour like a gloss.

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Look 2

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If you like a look that is slightly bolder with a little more glamour, give this one a try. The gold creamy eyeshadow is flattering for any eye colour, but will make blue eyes really stand out. Blend this colour all over the eyelid, in the inner corner and under the lower lash line, this is so quick and easy to do so is perfect if you are short for time. Line your eyes with a black pencil liner on the lower and upper waterline, making sure you get right in between the lashes. Warm up the skin with some bronzer to avoid looking too washed out, finish with a bold red lip for a glamorous look!

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Look 3

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If you feel like going bolder with a smokey eye, this look is sure to be showstopper. Pair with an LBD and be sure to keep the lips nude to keep the look balanced. Start with patting on black eyeshadow with a flat synthetic brush to ensure you get the most colour pay off. Wing the colour out at the outer corner and blend underneath the lower lashes for a really smokey effect. Add a highlight to the inner corners with a shimmering eyeshadow, I used a silver but you could also use bronze or gold. Keep the eyes the main focus for this look and go for neutral colours for the cheeks and lips.

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