2017 Colors and Glosses*
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- Silver Glitter – Clear with tiny specks of silver glitter. Pairs great with cool toned colors
- Pearl – Milky pearlescent sheen. Great for slightly toning down bolder colors, adds an iridescent glow
- Sand – Light beige tint with soft shimmer. Great over browns, nudes and corals. Also amazing worn alone.
- Rose – Slight pinky-rose tint
- Pink Glitter – Clear with tiny specks of pink glitter. Pairs great with all pinks, purples, reds and also Blackberry combos
- Glossy – The original clear gloss. Pairs with all colors. Needed for all first time users!
- Matte – Clear matte stained finish. No shine. This gloss is the least moisturizing of all so it’s highly recommended to apply Glossy Gloss over your color, wait 20-30mins then apply Matte Gloss.
- Bougainvillea – Slight reddish-pink tint with shimmer. Great over pinks, purples and reds. Beautiful gloss to wear alone, as well!
- Gold Glitter – Clear with tiny specks of gold glitter. Pairs great with warm toned colors
- Orchid – Slight purple-pink tint with iridescent shimmer. Fabulous over pinks and purples and even nudes!
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As the Holiday Party season quickly approaches, I take to Pinterest for inspirations for my appetizer buffet, bar set up + table decor. I love to match my party decor to my existing seasonal decorations so that means lots of silvers, whites + touches of tiffany blue!
I usually use my bar + buffet setups as my kick off to the rest of my party theme decor. I love the mix of rustic and glitzy glamour + whimsical ideas found around the web this season!
via slendid sass
When building your buffet area, don’t forget to use the layering effect! Things can look a bit boring when every item is at the same level.
via hostess with the mostess
via Catch My Party
If you don’t own risers, try using boxes, upside down bowls, etc + cover with linens to create various heights for maximum appeal.
Below are some ideas from our own Christmas Party…
I recommend serving bit-sized, finger foods for easy consumption for your guests- especially if you’re throwing a cocktail style party where the majority of guests will be standing. I’m a sucker for anything miniature so I’ve stocked up mini serving items such as shot glasses, parfait glasses, ramekins, + silverware. You can find these items around the holidays at stores like Pier One + IKEA – or disposable ones from SmartyHadAParty!
I just fell in love with this chalkboard cheese platter idea I found on Pinterest!
By using a large rectangular platter I found last season at HomeGoods (made by Strawberry Ave), I easily recreated this project in no time! To see the tutorial, click here.
What themes do you have planned for your Christmas/Holiday soirees?!