1. Keep your skin looking good and well hydrated with a proper skincare regimen- Who doesn’t want fabulous skin that stays in great condition for the new year. Start off with an exfoliator and use it once or twice a week to remove dead skin cells which will allow your face to glow (For oily skin, use an exfoliator about 3 times a week). Make sure to use a good face moisturizer that won’t clog pores and also try soothing products like a toner to help condition the face too. For the body, make sure the skin is well moisturized by applying lotion everyday after showering and use a body wash that’s not too harsh for the skin.Mac brushes If you really want to spend dough, go to a spa once in a while to pamper your skin. Maybe every 4 months if you can afford it. 2. Revitalize your hair by keeping it healthy and hydrated- Say bye-bye to damage hair for the new year and say hello to healthy hair. Maintenance is key so make sure to trim your ends on a regular basis, and try a conditioning treatment or hair masque once a week. If your hair is badly damage with lots of breakage,Mac Eyeliner go to a quality hair salon and let them take a look at your hair. They can give you the best advice for your hair and improve its health and shine. Lash Blast: Give the eyelashes a long term flip up with a double dose of curling. Curl before mascara, then at the end of your makeup session when the first coat is dry, re-curl, then apply another mascara coat. For courses lashes that refuse to bend, heat your curler with a blow dryer-test it first to be sure it's cooled a little. To keep the metal curler from sticking to the lashes, dust it with some powder. You can even leave your lower lashes free of mascara if you expect Niagara style tears. Product pals: Shu Uemura eyelash curler (the Cadillac of curlers), Cover Girl Lash Blast mascara (one of a few waterproof formulas that isn't too watery) Lip Lock: Many brides swear that they only wear lip gloss. This can be a fine plan if you have it ready every 10 minutes to top up your look, but it's not a practical choice on a wedding day. Lipsticks are a favorite because they have strong pigment and, unlike the long-wear stains, they won't dry out your lips. Start your lip coverage with foundation to block out the natural lip color, leaving way for the lipstick's true color. Set that with blot powder. Color in the lips with a pencil base, followed by a lipstick in the same shade. Blot lips with a tissue to lift the extra oils, leaving only pigment behind. Follow with a second lipstick coat, a lighter blotting, then finish with a dab of gloss only in the center of the lip for highlight. Note: Before your gloss you could apply a lip sealant that is alcohol based but they can take the nice sheen out of your lipstick, leaving a matte finish. Product pals: lip pencils by Mac brushes, Maybelline, Rimmel, Annabelle. Lipsticks by Mac Eyeliner. Lip Sealant by NYC.