Need a little pop of color this New Years Eve?

Give your hair intense NEON color as seen at shows such as Oscar de la Renta and Peter Som with Hypercolor™ Brow and Hair Powder. Designed for all hair types, this temporary hair color can be applied using an angled brush to your brows or by rubbing the powder directly onto hair. Whether you want to dip your tips or go color wild its blend of pigment-rich oxides and silicone provide intense color makes the powder smoother and softer so it can glide easily onto the hair and stay in place. The powder serves as a 3-in-1 product as it can additionally be used as liner / eye shadow.

How fun would these be at a New Years Eve party? I tried the pink and blue, and I have darker brown hair. You can even see it in dark hair! It’s fun to change things up a bit, even for a night!

Anastasia Beverly Hills Hypercolor Brow & Hair Powder will be available in January for $12.50 at Nordstrom and Ulta

Want dramatic eyes to go along with your fun hair? Try Anastasia’s Covet Waterproof Eyeliner!

Featured in every shade of envy, brow expert Anastasia Soare debuts Covet Waterproof Eyeliner providing all the tools you need for a bold, sexy, head turning as seen on the runways of Gucci, Lanvin, Marc Jacobs Anna Sui and BCGB. Covet is a smudge-proof, silk liner that delivers intense color even when applied inside the waterline. This extra precise liner is designed like a mechanical pencil as it provides a similar built-in sharpener, soft comfort grip and is fully retractable. Available in five rich, crave-worthy shades that lasts all day long, Covet is the eyeliner that you’ll want to keep your eyes on.

Anastasia Beverly Hills Covet Waterproof Eyeliners will be available in January for $19 at Nordstrom and Ulta


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