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9 Rockin’ Eye Makeup Ideas for New Year’s Eve

Everyone knows that December 31 is the biggest party night of the year—so why not go out with a bang make-up wise? Whether you’re feeling dramatic, flirty, or classic, ring in 2015 with some of our favorite countdown-worthy shadow and liner looks.

Glitter in Gold

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Planning to greet midnight on the dance floor? Pair your moves with one of these glam looks featuring shimmery metallic liners.

Add Color to Your Cat Eye

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Sure, you could stick to your everyday black or brown liner, but why not spice it up for NYE? A little plum, silver, and gold liner will do the trick.

Get Into the Blues

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Put your basic cat eye in party mode with this deep navy version. It’s the perfect shade for adding a bit of mood to your everyday look—without going overboard.

Flip It and Reverse It

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This twist on the smoky eye combines a neutral, eye-opening upper lid with a smoky lower lash line. Boom.

Try Something Unexpected

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It’s time to go rogue. Step outside of your comfort zone with one of these “divergent liner” looks, from a reverse cat eye to an undereye swoop.

Revisit the ’90s with Rosy Shadows

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The decade’s beauty trends made a major comeback this year, including a return to rosy, pink shadows. Try three different shimmery and matte looks with this tutorial.

Dare to Be Bold

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If you really want to stand out, opt for a bright liner like Cynthia Rowley Beauty’s in Sky, a light turquoise that totally pops next to jet black mascara.

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Go Crazy for Cranberry

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Get a leg up on Pantone’s color of 2015 (a brownish burgundy called Marsala) with this easy-to-create cranberry eye makeup tutorial.

Put a New Twist on Metallic

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Mix gold with deep blue shadow to make a major shimmery statement on your big night out.

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