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This '90s Eyeshadow Is In For The Holidays According To Kourtney Kardashian

March 19, 2021

This '90s Eyeshadow Is In For The Holidays According To Kourtney Kardashian

he Christmas spirit has arrived, and it's being carried by none other than Kourtney Kardashian. With Dec. 25 now only a handful of days away, the social media mogul has posted not one, not two, but five holiday-adjacent photos on Instagram. There have been polar bear toys, Christmas ornament earrings, and, most recently, Kourtney Kardashian's blue eye makeup — which complemented her Romy and Michele's High School Reunion-inspired outfit.   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"Have a beary Merry Christmas xo, Kourt," wrote the star on the first Dec. 20 post, which showcased her shimmery eyeshadow, long dark hair, and sheer blue tights. Kourtney explained the ensemble's inspiration on the second photo set, featuring friend Veronique Vicari Barnes also sporting a very '90s ensemble: "A Romy and Michele Christmas."  So, how does Kourtney Kardashian do a cult film take on Christmas makeup? Naturally, shimmer is involved. It looks as if a pale blue eyeshadow was applied from the Kardashian's lash line all the way up to her brow, and then topped with a pair of lashes. Her lips are nude, though precise — you could bet on a lip liner being in the mix here. Makeup artist Tonya Brewer tagged KKW Beauty, KohGenDo, and Sweed Lashes, though no word yet on the specific products used.    Which means it's time to resist your very own '90s makeup style, something that's very easy to do given that it's a decade that still dominates beauty trends. Ahead, all of the best new variations on blue eyeshadow.  We only include products that have been independently selected by The Zoe Report's editorial team. However, we may receive a portion of sales if you purchase a product through a link in this article.  KKW x Mario 10 Pan Eyeshadow Palette KKW Beauty KKW x Mario 10 Pan Eyeshadow Palette $45 $27 No one knows which product graces Kourt's eyes in her IG photoshoot, but this blue shimmer from the KKW x Mario palette is a pretty great guess.   See On KKW Beauty Jelly Eye Shimmer in Starry Sky Morphe 2 Jelly Eye Shimmer in Starry Sky $10 With a bit of purple in the mix, this easy-to-wear eye jelly can be applied over any eye color you already own, or worn on its own.   See On Ulta Beauty Eye Appeal Lid Glitz in It Girl Black Radiance Eye Appeal Lid Glitz in It Girl $6.89 A rich, *very* sparkly blue, Black Radiance's It Girl is packaged like a liquid lipstick, so you can apply it right onto your lid with the doe foot.   See On Target Color Design Eyeshadow Palette in Bleu Hypnotic  Lancôme Color Design Eyeshadow Palette in Bleu Hypnotic $50 Pick up a blue eye palette if you know this is a look you'll want to repeat, and maybe switch up in the future. The light pearl and dark navy give you more variety to play around with.   See On Nordstrom Single Eyeshadow in Showgirl NARS Single Eyeshadow in Showgirl $19 $13.30 The combo of electric blue and intense shimmer make NARS' Showgirl one to own, well past the holiday season.   See On NARS (Fashion)  sponsored by Levi's®  How TZR’s Kate Marin Champions Sustainability In Style & Beyond The branded fashion editor puts her spin on Levi's® Cottonized Hemp Denim.  BY BRYNN WALLNER 3.9.2021  Being fashion-obsessed does not come without its complications. Oftentimes, one’s love for clothing can become misaligned with a love for the planet. Luckily, there are people like Kate Marin, our own branded fashion editor, setting an example for how to shop with intention, creativity, and an overall aim for sustainability. We took to the dreamy Southern California coast to get the scoop, and she graced us with a peek inside her closet (spoiler alert: she’s a true Levi’s® girl), in addition to sharing tips for how to stylishly execute eco-conscious looks.   Marin describes her style as simple and comfortable: “I only buy pieces that I’ll wear for years to come,” she says. “I’d rather have a closet full of basics that I love than fuss with trends I’m not comfortable in.” And really, what’s more trend-transcending than a timeless pair of jeans? Levi’s® has introduced a line of sustainable denim made out of Cottonized Hemp because, compared to cotton, it grows quicker, uses less water, and leaves behind cleaner, healthier soils. This denim is also made to last (no matter how rugged your lifestyle may get), allowing you to take a cue from Marin to buy less and buy better. And don’t forget: Levi’s® literally invented the blue jean, so they have a little creative license when it comes to switching up the fabric and app