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Snow Bunny Makeup

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Snow Bunny Makeup

Frosty-Fab Makeup Looks for Winter

Snow Bunny Makeup
Even if you’ve never been to Aspen you can look the part of a snow bunny in icy-cool makeup. To get a frost-inspired face (that will no doubt make you stand out from the other women sipping hot cocoa by the fire at the ski lodge), reach for a pale, pearly makeup palette. White, lilac, silver, pink, plum or robin’s egg blue create a pretty look that will perk up lackluster skin on chill days.

"Frosty makeup can be achieved with a shimmery palette of pastels and coal-rimmed lashes that command attention." To achieve a fabulously frosted effect for winter, apply pearly white eye shadow from lashline to browbone. For extra sheen, you can also use a subtle touch of this shadow to highlight your cheekbones and the center of the lowerlip, but avoid using pearly powder all over your face or you run the risk of looking too shiny in photos. On the inner half of the eyelid, apply a silver-blue shimmery shadow; on the outer half, apply pearly black and blend the colors out so there's no visible line of demarcation (blending is key to this makeup look). Dot inner corners of the eye with an intensely pigmented silver shadow and emphasize your lashes with black pencil liner. Curl your lashes and apply indivual false lashes to the outer corners of the eyes, followed by a few coats of black mascara for flirtatious effect.

A sheer bubblegum pink blush will resemble the flush you get if you spent the day on the slopes. Lilac lipstick and nails offer playful finishing touches, but sheer pink is no-fail with a touch of silver gloss. Wear black, grey, midnight blue or plum to increase the impact of frosty snow bunny makeup. --Stephanie Simons

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I think a nude lip is a good way to balance some of the pearl tones and avoid the disco ball look! Like this look for winter a lot though. This comment has been removed.
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Great article. My only advice is to be careful of how much makeup you apply...it can easily become overkill when you put on too much frosty shadows/powders/gloss and start looking like a disco ball. This comment has been removed.
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Gorgeous! This is a great look for the wintertime :) This comment has been removed.
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