Christopher Drummond’s 3 New Year’s Eve Makeup Tips

christopher_drummondI first came into contact with Christopher Drummond back in 2007 when he was getting ready to launch his company. And with all of the buzz going on right now about his skin care and cosmetics line, I thought it would be the perfect time to ask him to share 3 tips for looking brilliant this New Year’s Eve. 

1. Start the year off with a beautiful complexion, and make one of your resolutions to use healthier skincare and cosmetics. Start with Christopher Drummond Beauty’s Revitalizing Facial Serum. This all natural, organic-based serum is power-packed with “everything you need” in one bottle, but with none of the harmful ingredients that are used in many other lines. It is so gentle, you can also use it under your eyes. It also works amazing as a makeup primer, so it does double duty and saves you money! Plus, it has great ingredients like meadowfoam extract, carrot extract, antioxidants, DMAE to help firm, sugar cane extract to exfoliate, and Aloe to soothe and hydrate.

2. Multi-task with your Shimmer/Glitter. Get a beautiful shimmery/glittery eyeshadow like the icy-blue Relache Ice from CDB. Use it not only on your eyes, but your cheeks and also on your lips. It will take you from being “average” to “phenomenal” in one minute flat. Don’t forget to mix it in with your moisturizer and apply it all over your body. NYE is the one time of the year you can look glittery, shimmery and fantastical without being judged….so go ahead, have fun!

3.  Use highlighter to focus on the positive. Saude Pele Radiance Booster by CDB works great as a highlighter. When used correctly, it will make your cheekbones look higher, and your nose and face look thinner. Simply apply small amounts on the cheekbones, eyelids, forehead, the bridge of the nose and on the chin. This “highlighting” technique, which has been used for years by makeup artists, helps thin out the face and make your skin look more lustrous and decadent.

Where you can find Christopher:

Twitter: @cdrum30

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