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Share Your Holiday Beauty Sparkle Tips to Win

Share Your Holiday Beauty Sparkle Tips to Win

Yes, holiday party season is here!  Whether it's a staff party, class event, playgroup or neighborhood cookie swap the chances are you are going to be at a party this holiday season.  It's always a challenge to strike the right style for each occasion. We all try to get the right balance of glitzy glamour and cool casual style.  With so many new trends and styles to try the holiday season is an inspiring time for bringing out your personal style. Maybe you can rock a new eye shadow, bold lips in classic deep reds, or glamorous purple nails, it's fun to develop a signature style that makes them shimmer for the holiday season

When you're busy getting ready for a party, putting your style together, what kind of music inspires you.  Do you listen to holiday music or some of today's chart toppers?  Are you dedicated to one or two artists or do you have a varied playlist? How about party music, do you have some favorites that really get your party started?  We'd love to hear your tips and favorites for festive tunes.

Holiday style is about adding a little something extra some bling, sparkle or a teensy bit of drama. Take advantage of the bold holiday colors to bring a pop of color into your normal routine. Here are some ideas:

  • Try a new color eye shadow - green, yellow, purple or blue – and finish with a black rimmed liner
  • Turn heads with a matte purple lipstick
  • Have your nails be your accessory - try a pale gray or a deep sapphire
  • Bring radiance to your face with a little sweep of bronzer
  • Try adding curl to your hair where you usually go straight
  • And accessories, rings, bling scarves and bracelets can bring together your look

When you want to add some sparkle and inspiration to your holiday style, what do you use? 

To be entered to win one of our prizes this week, simply create a review of your favorite style or beauty product or a music review in our SheSpeaks product reviews.  We love to hear all your recommendations for adding a little extra sparkle to holiday parties this year.

 

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 Prizes:



John Frieda, Sleek Finish Flat Iron



Butter London, Dressing Table Holiday Duo,
Black Knight & Tart w/Heart



Philosophy, Fun In the Frosty Air Trio


Elizabeth Arden, Plump Perfect
Lip Moisture Cream SPF 30

 

The contest starts Dec 15, 2011 and ends Dec 19, 2011 at 12:00 p.m.  Must be a US resident. No purchase necessary.

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  • angeldotcom By angeldotcom
    12.16.11  

    This is what I wear out to a Christmas Party Black panty hose, black dressy boots or heels, a pretty necklace, plain earrings to match. Cute scarf if you have one that matches! Being in a dress always love the look. I also wear glitter eyeshadow and black nail polish with gitter colors all over the top of the black. I will even put spray glitter in some parts of my hair everyone seems to always like the look.

  • tara19652006 By tara19652006
    12.16.11  

    This isthe time of year I get to wear my black sparkle dress.

  • kellibliss By kellibliss
    12.16.11  

    This is the time of year where I accessorize the most. I paint my toenails a pretty sparkling color with red underneath, I wear pretty dangly earrings like presents or something related to Christmas. How I bring radiance to my face is highlighting it with bronzer , mascara,some eye shadow and a little dash of glitter dust to make my face dazzle. I decorate the tree, the house and add some candles to make the house all warm and cozy. Smells like Christmas in here! The kind of music that inspires me is Christmas music it helps me get into the spirit of Christmas at times when I am feeling down. But I love hip hop music and on my itouch I have a variety list and it keeps me moving! It starts any party that is boring. To my hair I usually add ribbon and make it all curly and it looks amazing it tops off the outfit great too!

  • rkosully By rkosully
    12.16.11  

    I like wearing a sparkling gold scarf or sparkling red wrap with a black dress--understated but glittering is fun! By the way, that Butter London Dressing Table looks amazing--I would have so much fun preparing for a night out at that table! Thanks for the giveaway!!

  • laroyal06 By laroyal06
    12.16.11  

    I have a super cute sparkle shirt that I wear during the holidays with a nice red shirt. I usually use some body sparkle too:)

  • cindyjo1959 By cindyjo1959
    12.16.11  

    Sparkly body lotion! It doesn't sound like much, but adds a little fun and takes care of my dry skin.

  • Bearcatgirl06 By Bearcatgirl06
    12.16.11  

    I know a lot of people wear black around this time of the year. What I do when I wear black or neutral colors, like creme, is wear a colored eyeliner (I use liquid). The colors of choice for me are teals and golds. It just gives your eyes some pop to them. On other days when I don't wear brighter eyeliner, I will use a sparkly/shimmery eyeshadow (lighter colors usually like a pearlescent) and dab it on the inside corners of my eyes to make them light up. I love this technique.

  • bashmashi By bashmashi
    12.16.11  

    To wear a sparkle/glitter heels that always will make a statement when wearing them with a dress or even with jean.

  • MrsFXG2013 By MrsFXG2013
    12.16.11  

    To spruce up my holiday style I will add a light shimmer powder to any exposed limbs and add longer then I usually wear silver dangle earrings. For my face, I use a shimmer, not glitter, eye shadow to my lower lid and highlight with a light neutral shade.

  • meadow230 By meadow230
    12.16.11  

    I love music. When I was growing up my parents listened to Motown music. The music that always make me good and sends shivers up my spine, would have to be Otis Redding. HIs voice and music always gets me. I especially love "That's how strong my love is" and "Try a little tenderness" On the other side of the spectrum I also love Ryan Bingham. He has got a great country, folk, rock voice. So if anyone wants to listen to something different I recommend these two.

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