Soft Glam Christmas Makeup

It’s Holiday season y’all! A busy time for most and a fun time when it comes to makeup and fashion. I am a sucker for all things Christmas. Ugly Christmas sweaters, fuzzy socks, and of course the crazy and fun makeup looks.

Due to my shot wearing off early this month I haven’t been able to go all in on my Christmas makeup but the one look I created I absolutely fell in love with. The look I will be sharing today is the perfect look to add some Christmas cheer to any outfit.

The best way to spread Christmas cheer is rocking Christmas eye shadow looks… or whatever Buddy the Elf said.

For this eye look I used some amazing products from Killer Queens Cosmetics. Including their NEW Cozy Nights palette. *Omega heart eyes*. This palette is the PERFECT winter palette, full of blues and, of course, the browns and silver I used for the soft smokey eye I created on my lid.

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Alongside the Cozy Nights palette, I used the Neon Dreams pigment stack to add a pop of Christmas cheer to the look! The Neon Dreams pigment stack has stunning red and green pigments that are perfect for the Holiday Season!

Of course to make it more festive I couldn’t just do a normal smokey eye so I added a bit of red and silver to my basic look so it would pop more. The red from the Neon Dreams pigment stack is extremely blendable.

For the green and red to truly shine I used an angled liner brush to apply the colors to my lower lash line. I recommend using one brush per color and alternating the colors as you go. These shadows are VERY pigmented and a little bit does go a long way!

Although I did not pair this look with lashes, I have no doubt that it would slay if you rock them!

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What is your favorite part of the holidays? Let me know below! Also let me know what kind of looks you are wanting to see next on the blog!