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A glossy eyeshadow palette makes holidays a highlight: And your eye make-up is just as exciting as the party dress for the upcoming Christmas party . The 80s are the new 90s. So the festive season this year is themed "More is more".
With a calendar full of festive gatherings, an iridescent eyeshadow palette offers the best options for styling variety. These are our favorites:
Cut crease with glitter on the lid, shimmer from the lash line to the eyebrows or smokey eyes - everything is a brush length away. All that is missing is an eyeshadow palette with sufficient pigmentation.
An example would be the limited "Inferno" range from NARS. Inspired by "Studio 54", the legendary New York nightclub, these colors guarantee that your make-up will shine under the disco ball. Of course there would be no party without Pat McGrath , the "mother" of make-up artists - as is known in the industry. Their much sought-after "Mothership VII: Divine Rose" palette offers plenty of scope for eye make-up in holographic rose, gold and bronze tones.
And if you want to end the decade with a little (okay, a lot!) Glamor this New Year's Eve, consider Dior's "Happy 2020" palette of colors inspired by fireworks.Those who are interested can experience the cultural impact of make-up on society in the coming year at a unique exhibition when the Makeup Museum in New York opens its doors. Not only the external appearance is to be shown here, but also what is behind it.
Makeup Museum opens in New York
The Makeup Museum is dedicated to the history of beauty and its ongoing impact on society. There will be a series of rotating exhibitions there, each of which will look a decade closer and take a look at the history of over 10,000 years. The installation "Pink Jungle: 1950s Makeup in America" starts with iconic makeup trends and a look at influential women like Audrey Hepburn, Marilyn Monroe and Greta Garbo.
Visitors will then see, among other things, some vintage products from the prominent women and various make-up utensils from the past. In addition to the aesthetic presentation of the rooms, the Makeup Museum also offers unique events and educational information. "The Makeup Museum is a critical institution for the cultural landscape in New York, because makeup has a 10,000-year history," explains co-founder Doreen Bloch in a press release . "The 1950s are the perfect time for the Makeup Museum to start the debut exhibition because the modern cosmetics industry was born in the 1950s."
The intention of the project is to educate, inspire and celebrate as described on the website. "The Makeup Museum wants to encourage everyone to learn more and have fun with beauty. The Makeup Museum brings beauty to life with large-scale exhibitions, events and interactive programs," it continues.
The new temporary museum will open in May 2020 at 94 Gansevoort Street in New York City for a period of six months. There are also plans for permanent space in a New York flagship store. Ticket sales will start in March 2020.
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