Vampy Party Makeup Tutorial for New Year’s Eve
It’s high time to get festive-ready and dazzle everyone with your sultry-hot party makeup look that tells so much about your strong personality! Welcome this New Year’s Eve in a bold, statement-making style that screams for attention and admiration! We have prepared a new party makeup tutorial for New Year’s Eve that you may call vampy, glam-rock or sultry and that is definitely worth a try. Take a look at the in-detail explanation to nail down this festive look on this special day!
How to Do Vampy Party Makeup for New Year’s Eve
As always, the most important things that you need to have for a gorgeous makeup style are the tools and the necessary products. So here you need:
• Makeup base, foundation and concealer
• Blush, highlighting powder
• Eyebrow kit
• Eye primer and a base
• Eyeshadows in peach, orange, brown and black
• Brown eye pencil, black eyeliner
• Black mascara
• False eyelashes
• Wine lip pencil and wine lipstick
• Makeup brushes
And here starts the fun process!
Step 1: On your clean washed face apply a makeup base and then the best foundation for your skin type and tone. Camouflage skin imperfections with a little bit of concealer. Set your face makeup with a loose powder. Use the highlighting and lowlighting makeup technique to sculpt your face with a blush tone and a highlighting powder.
Step 2: Fill in your eyebrows and give a nice shape to them using the perfect brow kit for you.
Step 3: Apply an eye makeup primer all over your lids. Apply a base over it.
Step 4: Apply a light peach eyeshadow high to your crease (Orange Soda from the ABH Lavish palette). Use a matte orange eyeshadow a little bit lower than the first color. Apply a reddish brown eyeshadow onto the socket (Sienna from the same palette).
Step 5: Use a matte black eyeshadow all over your lid. Apply a dark brown eyeshadow between the black and the red-brown colors and blend them together. To the inner corner of your eye, apply a white shimmery loose powder. Now, use a bit of a chrome bluish purple pigment below to the middle part of your lid.
Step 6: Use a matte brown eyeshadow on your lower lid and blend it well with the same reddish brown color you have used before. Apply a waterproof brown eye pencil to your waterline. Next, apply black eyeliner. Finish off your festive eye makeup with black mascara and false eyelashes for a highly emphasized look.
Step 7: Contour your lips with a wine lip pencil. Now, apply a matte wine-color lipstick and voilà!
This super-duper eye-catching and kind of provocative vampy makeup look will never let you go by unnoticed! Just hit the party and enjoy everyone’s positive comments!
Makeup by Evelina Paunescu for Fashionisers.com