New Years Eve brings with it crowded bars, a lot of alcohol, and flashing cameras. Don't start 2012 with matted, sweaty hair. Take a look at LaurenLauren Conrad's Fishtail Tutorial and bring in the New Year with a trendy out-of-your-face style.
Grandpa was on to something with his peppermint schnapps. You don't have to go full-on retirement home to get a taste of holiday goodness with your liquor, thanks to Fred Flare's candy cane shot glasses. The best part? After a few too many uses, you can start noshing on the sugary shooter.
If you're looking for a New Year's kiss, and maybe a little action on January 2nd, pucker up with Booty Parlor's Kissaholic lip gloss. Infused with an aphrodisiac blend and lip plumping technology, the gloss comes in six shades and has earned a celebrity following that includes man-eaters like Blake Lively.
Koreatown is sure to be packed, so bring the karaoke to your living room. This sleek, fit-anywhere stand works with your iPod or mp3 player to provide total music and voice control (including echo effects, plug-ins for your own instruments, and a duel microphone for duets) for you and your NYE guests.
For a multidimensional nail effect that will make fellow partygoers question how much champagne they've actually had, brush on a few coats of this magnetic polish. The bottle cap contains a magnet that, when held over the wet polish, causes metal particles in the lacquer to move and create unique 3D designs.
Old school meets new school this New Years Eve. These oversized earbuds let you party like it's 1999, with booming sound and round speakers, all the way into 2012, as an ode to mp3s and the decade's hottest brand.
Whether you're watching the ball drop in scorching Arizona, or avoiding Times Square in the frigid big apple, you can celebrate the New Year in a winter wonderland. Throw some snow around your place and enjoy the best of both worlds: indoor heating with outdoor enchantment.