Now that we’re at the end of November, party season is practically upon us. And, while you’re getting into the festive spirit, don’t forget to consider your beauty looks for all of those events ahead.
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Saving away a stash of beauty trends to try now will set you up for a stunning festive season ahead.
From bright, festive beauty looks to this season's hottest hair trend, we’ve done the legwork for you and have rounded up all the best celebrity beauty trends of late.
Get your Pinterest boards ready because here are the best beauty trends to try for party season 2019/2020, all thanks to your favourite celebs.
Once considered a major beauty faux pas, blue eyeshadow is back. Try a subtle flick of cobalt eyeliner to get yourself started or dive straight in with a lash line-to-brows application. Choose a shade of blue that compliments your skin tone, and you’ll find this trend surprisingly easy to execute.
Flippy, sky-high ponytails
Spotted on it-girls everywhere over the last few weeks, sky-high ponytails have been having a huge moment and the trend is showing no signs of slowing down. To get the ‘60s meets ‘90s look in a flash, try a ponytail extension that can be easily clipped on over your existing ponytail. Less time spent hairstyling, more time spent champagne-sipping!
No decent party season beauty rotation would be complete without this true-and-true evening makeup look: the classic smoky eye. If you feel black eyeliner is a little ‘too much’ on you, try lining your waterline using a brown-toned pencil for a more subtle look
Popping statement lips
A killer statement lip is the perfect staple beauty look to have up your sleeve for when you’re rushing from the office to an after-work soirée. Simply grab your favourite shade, swipe it on and watch your daytime beauty look be transformed. Party ready!
Isobel is a Digital Content Editor at BEAUTYcrew, marie claire and InStyle. When she's not busy hunting for the latest beauty news, you’ll find her arranging her skincare collection in search of the perfect “shelfie.” Isobel was previously BEAUTYcrew's Junior Beauty Writer.