13 Makeup Looks We're Stealing From Instagram

That's your party makeup all figured out.

ICYMI, there are only just a few sleeps until Christmas, and if you're anything like me, the fact that it's December next week is probably freaking you out. So, distract yourself from wondering where TF this year has disappeared too, and instead start planning your christmas party makeup!

Here are a few ideas to get you going:

1. Soft bronze smoke

Beauty YouTuber Allana Davison has created every neutral eyeshadow lover's dream with this pretty bronze look. Check out her full tutorial here.

2. Emerald-tinted eyes

Channel your inner mermaid with this dreamy emerald eyeshadow look by KathleenLights.

3. Fiery lids

Copper eyes for Christmas? Yassss. Thanks for the inspo, Sarah Mae.

4. Icy violet-taupe

Makeup artist Katie Jane Hughes has given her nude shadow an edgy violet twist, and we're loving the result.

5. Go bright

Who says brights are strictly for summer? Nuh-uh... If rocking a red lip for Christmas seems a little obvious, go for a matte fuchsia pout and gold eyes instead.

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6. Seeing stars

What could be more festive than adorning your eyes with sequin stars? LOVE.

7. Black cherry lips

Be bold and opt for an inky purple lip like makeup artist Karima Mckimme. Finish the look with sleek brows and a dusting of gold shimmer across the lids. SO BEAUTIFUL!

8. The classic red lip

Crimson lips and feathery lashes = serious festive beauty vibes.

9. Holographic glitter

Makeup artist Anne Sophie Costa has crafted the ultimate unicorn eye with holographic glitter.

10.Navy shimmer shadow

Upgrade your smoky eye by swapping gray tones for a midnight navy instead.

11. Goth girl vibes

Shay Mitchell gave us so many makeup goals with this look.

12. Inky gold eyes

Glitter for Christmas? Groundbreaking. Well, if it ain't broke... Layer a gold shimmer over an inky blue shadow, like what Kaitlyn Nguy did.

13. Vampy red smoke

This black-turned-red shadow has New Year's Eve written all over it.

This article originally appeared on Cosmopolitan.co.uk. Minor edits have been made by the Cosmo.ph editors. 

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