We’re halfway through December, and chances are you’ve already hit up a few holiday parties. And unless your last name is Jenner or Hadid, you probably don’t have 40 dresses in your closet to pick from every time, so outfit repeats are just a thing you have to accept. Makeup and hair repeats, though? Totally within your control to avoid.
So, if you’re looking for a little variety, we’ve got you. YouTube is filled with video tutorials that will give you all the inspiration you could ever want, and the 29 ahead are some of our favorites. Whether you’re into red lips, silver, shadows, or kooky candy cane liner art, there’s something new and exciting enough to distract from the fact that you’ve worn that sequin skirt out three nights in a row. But rest assured, it’s a damn fine sequin skirt.
Zoella wins the award for glossiest holiday lipstick ever.
This easy green flick is a cool way to add some Christmas cheer to your everyday cat-eye.
When in doubt, add lots of glitter.
Spent all your cash on presents? You can pull this look off with swag from the drugstore.
A cranberry flick is a cool-girl alternative to typical inky black liner.
This liner look is for those who are more than a little extra.
Pretty pinks are a sweet option for a night at The Nutcracker.
A classic red lip is never a bad idea.
Going to an ugly sweater party? We think this look will be a hilarious addition to your duds.
Manny’s got an easy-to-copy smoky eye with the most festive of colors.
A candy-cane cat-eye? We’re 100% on board.
Enhance your cat-eye with a flick of glitter.
Tanya Burr shows us how to get our hair and makeup ready for just about any seasonal shindig.
Moody violets are perfect for late nights out.
How gorgeous is this deep berry lip? Wear it to the office party and impress everyone.
Think of this as gilded-lite.
Shine your way through the season.
Note: This makeup look is only for those with very steady hands.
This look is pure pinky perfection.
There’s nothing subtle about this silver smoky eye.
Ingrid Nilsen shows us two fabulous holiday makeup looks — one for day, and one for night.
Red lips and gold lids are always an alluring pair.
Leave it to Patrick Starr to make us crack up during a holiday makeup tutorial.
This green and silver smoky eye is positively stunning.
Lisa Eldridge puts a Parisian twist on typical holiday makeup by focusing on bright, poppy pinks.
If you’re in the market for something a bit more subtle, try this simple silver and mauve color duo.
Rose gold shadow is always a good idea.
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