Now that we're inching towards the end of November, Christmas is practically here! And, what better way to get into the spirit of the silly season than with one seriously festive beauty look?
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From Christmas tree-adorned eyebrows to candy cane decorated lips, we've rounded up all the best Christmas-themed beauty trends for the 2019 festive season.
Christmas Tree Eyebrows
Christmas tree-themed eyebrows did the rounds last year and this year, they're back in full force. To get the look, simply use an eyebrow spoolie to part your eyebrows and split them out from the centre, set with clear eyebrow gel and adorn with mini gemstones. How fun!
Candy Cane Eyeliner
What could be more festive than an eyeliner look inspired by everyone's favourite tasty Christmas treat? The candy cane has been given a glitzy update with this adorable red and white-striped winged eyeliner look.
Christmas Lights Cut Crease
Cut crease eyeshadow has been a huge trend for 2019 and the look's popularity is showing no sign of slowing down. Here, the cut crease look has been given a festive spin, inspired by the traditional colourful Christmas fairy lights that decorate many homes over the festive season.
Jingle Bell Eyelids
This glitzy, golden bell-shaped eyeshadow look will have you humming Jingle Bells - all the way! Try a product like Hourglass's new Scattered Light Glitter Eyeshadow to get that super sparkly finish.
Figgy Pudding Lips
Just when you thought you'd seen it all - figgy pudding lip art exists, and it couldn't be cuter.
Candy Cane Freckles
Instead of painting on regular faux freckles, why not try candy cane freckles for a fun Christmas Day beauty look?
For a festive makeup look that requires little effort, this cutesy Santa hat face paint is the perfect go-to. Simply do your makeup as you ordinarily would (and add a red lip if you so desire!) then grab a black liquid eyeliner to trace your Santa hat shape plus a red lippie to fill it in. Easy!
Grinchly Lip Art
Everyone's favourite Christmas villain has now been interpreted in lip art form. This one may require a little more skill (and patience) to pull off but the finished look is so effective.
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.