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Makeup Tip: Add glitter and sparkle to your beauty routine


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'Tis the season to add a little (or, in this case, a lot of) sparkle to your beauty routine. Our advice? For a holiday look that really shines, focus on eyes and cheekbones, layering winter’s new glitter and shimmer shadows over primers and creams.

GOLD

Urban Decay Heavy Metal Glitter Eyeliner in Midnight Cowboy, $19, Macy’s, Ala Moana Center, 941-2345.

Napoleon Perdis Loose Eye Dust in Copper Element and Glittering Gold, $25 each, Nordstrom, Ala Moana Center, 953-6100.
 

WHITE/SILVER

Marc Jacobs Beauty Tonight Lights Glitter Dust in Stagelight, $32, Sephora, Waikiki Shopping Plaza, 923-3301.

Tom Ford Eye Color Quad in Ice Queen, $78, T Galleria Hawaii by DFS, 931-2700.

Sephora and Pantone Universe Precious Metal Mousse Shadow in Silver, $18, Sephora, Waikiki Shopping Plaza, 923-3301.
 

BASICS

Glo Minerals Brow Powder Duo in Taupe, $24.50, W Salon and Spa, Ala Moana Center, 943-2700.

L’Oreal Paris Voluminous Butterfly Mascara in Black, $8.99, Longs Drugs, Kahala Mall, 732-0784.

 



Phoro: Mark Arbeit; Makeup: Kecia Littman,
Kecia Bella; Model: Lauren Teruya, Premier models and talent

 

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