Holiday season is here! One main reason to love this festive season is that you can get ready almost every day, adding some extra sparkle by playing with glitter products. Red lips and some eyeshadows are always a staple look for any gatherings.
We have rounded up on all essence products that you need for your Christmas and New Year make-up ideas for this season.
Moisturizing the skin is the most basic and initial step to get that amazing flawless make-up look. HELLO, GOOD STUFF! PORE MINIMIZING Serum's weightless texture absorbs quickly, has a visible pore-refining effect and leaves skin feeling ultra-soft. The serum contains of 95 percent natural ingredients and nourishes the skin with three percent niacinamide and pomegranate.
The eyebrow lamination look is one of the most trending make-up looks of this year. essence's FIX IT LIKE A BOSS TRANSPARENT BROW FIXING GEL convinces with its ultra-strong hold. The transparent gel sets even the unruly, fine hairs along the hairline in place, dries quickly and lasts extremely long.
A look is incomplete without a touch of blush. WHAT A TINT! lip & cheek tint not only provides the cheeks with a rosy glow, it also gives the lips a softly tinted shimmer. The water-like texture doesn't feel sticky and is pleasantly light on the skin. Thanks to the integrated flock applicator, it is also super easy to apply. Its long-lasting and the natural look lasts for hours and ensures a fresh-looking complexion.
Keep your lipstick and blush in the same tone to pull everything together. The 8h matte comfort lipliner leaves nothing to be desired. The long-lasting, waterproof lipliner comes with a new, improved, and cleaner texture and is suitable for accurately contouring or colouring-in the lips.
There's no better time than the holidays to try something artsy and dramatic with the eyes. LOVE EXTREME CRAZY VOLUME mascara is now available in a waterproof version. The popular, extra-large crazy elastomer brush captures each individual lash and coats it with the deep black, waterproof cream texture – from the very first application.