One of my favorite parts of the holiday season is the glitz and glamour that comes with Christmas festivities. Let’s celebrate iconic beauty looks from some of the best classic Christmas films & televised Christmas celebrations.
Iconic Christmas Looks
It’s A Wonderful Life – Mary Bailey (1946)
Miracle on 34th Street – Doris Walker (1947)
Donna Reed and Maureen O’Hara are the epitomai of old-school glamour in these classic films.
I Love Lucy Christmas Special – Lucy Ricardo (1957)
Nothing funny about Lucy’s gorgeous red locks.
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Christmas Special – Clarice (1967)
Eyelashes for days.
Year Without a Santa Claus – Mrs. Claus (1974)
All I want for Christmas is to know how to get that perfect up-do with no fly-aways.
The Preacher’s Wife – Julia Biggs (1986)
Whitney Houston radiates as Julia Biggs in The Preacher’s Wife.
National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation – Margo Chester (1989)
The late 80s at its fashion and glamour at its peak.
Home Alone – Kate McCallister (1990)
Kate McCallister is the quintessential 90s mom in Home Alone.
Love Actually – Juliet (2003)
Were you a true 2000s style icon if you didn’t sport an updo with wispy tendrils?
Elf – Jovie (2005)
Hard to imagine there was once a time when Zooey Deschanel was a blonde.
The Holiday – Amanda Woods (2006)
This fresh-faced look from The Holiday is a makeup minimalist’s dream for the holiday season.
The Best Man Holiday – Mia Sullivan (2013)
Mia Sullivan looks picture perfect with an updated take on a classic red lip.
And Last but Not Least…
How the Grinch Stole Christmas – The Grinch (2000)
I mean, who doesn’t love monochromatic makeup? Name a more iconic look. 😉
Did you enjoy reading this short post of my favorite iconic Christmas looks? Please consider reading my take on the Ultimate Christmas Tag.
What was your favorite amongst these iconic Christmas looks? Any characters missing from this list? Let me know in the comments below.