Okay, I don’t know about you, but I am feeling busted up these days. I feel like the holiday season is always a test of endurance, and it’s made more complicated by the fact that everyone is drinking and partying a lot. And am I participating, despite my exhaustion and better judgement? Of course! (That’s what the holidays are about, right?)
Save your resolutions for January 2nd — the first day of 2016 is reserved for savory, absorbative, healing dishes sure to ease you into the new year. Here are 10 hangover soothing meals to savor after partying hard on New Year's Eve.
As exciting as New Year’s Eve can be, it’s often riddled with stressful situations: Where will you go? Who will you kiss at midnight? What will you wear? And for men, in particular… how the heck do you actually tie a bow tie?
The right cooking resolutions can be both attainable and pleasurable. Here are 10 New Year's cooking goals for 2016, and 20 recipes to get you started.
With 2016 on the horizon, it’s time to pop Champagne, invite friends over, and bust out some finger food and collective midnight snacks for New Year’s Eve. Lucky for you, everything pairs with Champagne, so grab a glass and a plate of salty or sweet food before those pesky resolutions set in.
It’s been a good year for fashion. We’ve talked about what to wear to various holidays and occasions, where to find the best “It Bag,” how to pack like a pro, and even what classics should be in your wardrobe. As the year draws to a close, we offer one last hurrah — what to wear on your New Year’s getaway of course! Here, Yahoo Style editors suggests five varied looks based on their own personal travels.
Not sure what to wear this New Year’s Eve? Then it’s time to break out your best holiday staple, the trusty little black dress. Here are three ways to dress up the classic piece at every price point. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day
Photo: Getty Images It’s always good to be prepared. Tonight, get your lips ready for the moment the ball drops with this DIY lip scrub. Here’s what you need: Related: Hydrate Winter Skin with a DIY Honey Mask 1 tbsp. Honey 1 tbsp.
Photo: Ben Ritter On New Year’s Eve, you want makeup that will look as good at 6 pm, as it will after midnight. The secret? Products designed to stay on until the party’s over. Here’s how to get the look: Related: Party Makeup So Good You Can Wear a T-Shirt Photo: Ben Ritter Step One: Even out your skin with a foundation designed to last for up to 15 hours.
Need party makeup STAT? Go with a knockout smoky, shimmery eye that won’t take all night to put on. If you’re in a rush, do your eye first then add any extra steps you need or want. You’ll be ready in less time than it takes to pop open the champagne.