Christmas-Style: Sparkling Silver & Red Lips – Why Not Always?

Hello my beloved readership,

with my Christmas-look based on sparkling silver why not reaches a new higher level in again known but higher terms the question now is why not always?

“Why not?” is the new cool because with the attitude to just do it you are leaving everyone around breathlessly fascinated without necessarily reinventing the world. Remember why we talked about it approximately three years ago (my God, time is really passing quickly!)? For those who are new, read about it again here. It is funny that three years later the next level of “why not?” is discussed based on a similar style to back then. Whereas it was then black and grey with iconic red lips it is today sparking silver with black contrasts and red lips or rather red accents and with that a furthermore chic style which is neither left unnoticed not uncomplimented.

Here is where we go when we are talking about the new higher level of “why not?” the chic style. Let me start from the beginning: Due to private reasons I did not manage to make a shopping-trip during the first half of Christmas-time but as I did in the second half I noticed the shop-assistants to be dressed all in glitter and comfortable celebration-styles under their uniforms majorly. That impressed me and made me get the idea that that is it! These people used the occasion of Christmas-time to put on a festive performance at work and enchanted their clients or receivers and this made me think, of course! Why not always? Why not always dressing special and putting on a sparkling performance for oneself and one’s surrounding?

Dressing up does not mean discomfort as I saw. You can as well sparkle with comfortable contrasts but decisive details such as pattern like glitter or flowers or material such as lace or chiffon. The result is the same as walking along with your head up and a constant smile on your face. With that you will be your and someone else’s sun and shine and dressed up your and someone else’s star! Why not always – go for it.

“We are celebrating Christmas and New Years Eve – a rewarding as well as new chances – a blessing.”

Fall4Me

Red Lips & Sparkling Silver as Make-Up Trend

Christmas is a warm and thoughtful time but it is also the time of the biggest celebration of the year because nearly all around the world in approximately the same time we are celebrating Christmas and New Years Eve – a rewarding as well as new chances – a blessing. In the end it is what you make of it but in anyway rich if you feel of it to be enriching. People are excited about Christmas, the beauty it holds especially in the decor we stingy with so why should we the creators be the shadows in the shadow of our beautiful sparkling decoration?

Glitter is always under the spotlight, also fir green and gold on black but this year – when Corona-panicking mainstream-media dictates us to think Christmas will be poor – fashion dictates us to not be misled with this false thought. With sparkling silver from head to toe and glamorous red accents we are to create the richest Christmas we can have. In addition why not at all?

The Christmas-style 2020 is glittery sparking silver with red accents and black contrasts on clothes and make-up.
The Christmas-style 2020 is glittery sparking silver with red accents and black contrasts on clothes and make-up.
The Christmas-style 2020 is glittery sparking silver with red accents and black contrasts on clothes and make-up.
The Christmas-style 2020 is glittery sparking silver with red accents and black contrasts on clothes and make-up.
The Christmas-style 2020 is glittery sparking silver with red accents and black contrasts on clothes and make-up.

My Look in Details

Love, Johanna

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