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Fashion: How to Look Great on New Year's Eve. #OOTD #FashionBlogger

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NY's Eve is another perfect excuse to look even hotter than on regular days, so let your imagination run wild, and end a party with style and grace. Real beauty comes from within, and if you know how to nurture your inner self, it will reflect on your looks as well. Listed below, there are a couple of suggestions you might want to consider while prepping for the craziest and the ultimate night out in 2018.

Prep your skin


One week before New Year's Eve, it's essential to start different beauty treatments since your body and skin deserve a healthy glow and a great foundation for the makeup. Book the best facialist in town and follow their skincare tips. On the other hand, you could do your own beauty regime at home. It takes only 5 minutes to treat your skin to a much-needed level of moisture. Sheet masks are very popular, and they soften and smooths the look of your skin. Place them over your entire face, and leave them on for 5 minutes or longer. There's no need to rinse and the serum will fully absorb into the skin. What's more, rejuvenating eye gels are the best way to heal your under-eye area. Place one pair of gels onto dry under eye area and wait for five minutes. After use, massage the remaining serum into the skin, just like you did with your sheet mask. Also, every modern girl knows the value of a beautiful smile. Since most of the time, you'll be cheering to your fabulousity and smiling, it's important to take care of your teeth by visiting your dentist previously. In Australia, for instance, women know how to take care of their pearly whites by regularly visiting a dentist in Bondi junction, so it's no secret why they all look good on their Instagram photos. Take these things into account and enjoy the new and improved version of yourself.
Epic hairstyle
The wavy beach hairstyle is always chic and unmistakable, so make your hair loose and effortless. First, wash your hair and after blow drying,  spray some dry shampoo, and massage your scalp a little bit. Make sections so half of your hair should is up, and then brush the rest. Use the curling iron to wrap your hair around it, and wait for a couple of seconds. If you're blonde or have damaged hair always put on a heat protectant before styling it. Hairspray the first layer because every hairdresser would tell you to do that. It's important that curls go out and not in because nobody wants to end up looking like Cinderella's ugly sisters with banana curls. When the curling part is over, use your magic fingers to comb the hair down to make it loose and natural. To keep your curls fresh, massage some argan oil to your ends, and there you go. Easy, natural yet very effective.

 What to wear?

Surprise the crowd with a plunging sequin romper or a mini turtleneck dress. Even better, break the rules and wear somebody shaping leather pants and a silky shirt with puff sleeves. If you have a great taste, no outfit is wrong. Period.

The ultimate holiday makeup look



Thank god for the latest fresh makeup trends, because we're all tired of putting extra layers of makeup to achieve that all glammed-up New Year's exaggerated look. To start off, prep your skin with a face primer, which is a great base for your makeup. If you hate being too heavy on your skin, use a BB cream for an overall coverage. Use a beauty blender to blend it all over your face and down to the neck, to make it even. Conceal your under eye area with a liquid concealer, and also your nose because there are always blemishes just in time for the New Years Eve or any other special event. Use your brush, or dab it with your finger as you would normally do. Bronze your cheekbones and your forehead to get that natural sunkissed glow. Apply some blush and a highlighter. If you go overboard with your highlighter game, don't be upset and enjoy your unicorn status. Fill in the brows with gel and make them bushier. Draw the lips with some nude lip liner and go with a burgundy eye shadow since it's lit this season. 
The clock is ticking, so make sure you've done everything in advance and have a stress-free holidays!


 
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Brigitte Evans
Brigitte is a newbie writer from Australia, with a sweet tooth for makeup and everything sparkly. When she is not drooling over the next big thing in the beauty industry, she is reading mystery novels and making plans for her next trip. She is a proud aunt of Sophie, age 2 who rounded her Chanel lipstick but loves her anyway.

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