HOW- TO: PAR­TY­SEA­SON MAKEUP Sali Hughes, au­thor of the must-buy beauty book Pretty Hon­est, says that suc­cess is all about prod­uct place­ment.

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“The key to hol­i­day makeup is to have fun with­out look­ing like a tree or­na­ment. I love glitter as much as the next woman, and I pos­i­tively en­cour­age em­brac­ing sparkle dur­ing the one time of year it’s ap­pro­pri­ate, but be a grown-up about it. Con­fine rainbow glitter to your nails, and opt for black, brown or golden sparkle on your face. Just a dab of brown glitter (M.A.C makes the best) in the cen­tre of your eye­lids and on top of a smoky eye looks sen­sa­tional and so­phis­ti­cated when teamed with matte nude lip­stick. If that’s still not your bag, noth­ing says win­ter like a black fe­line-eye flick, heaps of mas­cara and a fes­tive red mouth. I al­ways line first with Estée Lauder Dou­ble Wear Lip Pen­cil to see me through mistle­toe kisses and a cou­ple of cock­tails. Oh, and embrace sexy, rich per­fume— lash­ings of it. The sea­son pos­i­tively de­mands it.” ■

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