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New Year's Eve Skincare Tips

Every woman wants to looks nothing less than flawless on New Year's Eve. In fact we spend days prepping for it. Whether it's a new outfit, scheduling a hair appointment, making sure your mani/pedi looks perfect, and of course having the right place to go. Don't let any skin or makeup faux pas get in the way of an amazing night. Here are five helpful tips to attain that flawless face on New Years without having to use too much makeup.
Tip #1-Party time should be reserved for the night of, so make sure you get all the beauty rest you can, and drink lots of water to keep your skin hydrated and the puffy face at bay.
Tip #2- Get rid of last years skin with an exfoliater containing Alpha Hydroxy Acids and Vitamin C to slough off dead, rough patches and brighten your complexion keeping your face looking as fresh as baby new year.
Tip #3-Eyes that sparkle can outshine all the glitter and glam that is NYE. Keep your eyes sparkling all night with an eye cream that ensures you look like it's 2pm instead of 2am. A good quality eye cream with ingredients like co-enzyme Q10 and Lactic acid will guarantee the brightest outlook.
Tip #4- Nothing dampens your party face faster than your makeup pulling a cinderella and disappearing before midnight. Avoid this mishap by using a good silicone base primer. I personally love Happy Me Skincare's Pore & Fine Line Perfector and Primer. It does exactly what it says by minimizing pores, giving you a great canvas to apply makeup over and keeping the skin looking Matte and flawless.
Tip #5- Finally, instead of the thick foundations and powders that we are all used to, opt for a lightweight tinted moisturizer with a sweep of bronzer for that shimmering party look that will last all night.
Before you start your NYE countdown, remember these tips and make them remember You that night, and not your makeup.