Besides arguing about politics spending time with family and friends, eating too many cookies, and guzzling champagne like nobody\u2019s business, part of what makes the holiday season so much fun is that we get to dress up. That could mean going full-on, head-to-toe glam or simply slipping on a cozy sweater and doing something interesting with your makeup. No matter what kind of parties you have on your calendar\u2014fancy cocktails with coworkers or a casual Friendsgiving at your BFF's home\u2014we have three gorgeous yet attainable eye makeup looks you\u2019ll want to rock and repeat all season long. Consider this our holiday gift to you.Try baby cat eyes For a fresh take on extended eyeliner, wing it out just a little bit. \u201cA subtle flick gives your eyes some lift, but you\u2019re not drawing the line so far out that it has to be perfect,\u201d says Samantha Lau, who did all the makeup here. A look that's easy enough to do at your desk? Sold. Lau suggests applying mascara first and then lining your eyes. \u201cThat way, you can see where your lashes are fanned out and use that as a guide\u2014just follow the natural shape of your eye,\u201d she explains. To keep the look soft, use black mascara on your top lashes and apply dark brown on the bottom. Dab a bit of shimmer onto the inner Vs of your eyes to make them look brighter and more awake (a great trick for when you're hungover). Pair your baby cat eyes with a low-key, neutral lip color. One lovely option: Burt's Bees Liquid Lipstick in Sandy Seas. \u201cA red lip with winged liner can look dated,\u201d says Lau. Another tip: Switch out one of your makeup products for a natural one, like the options shown below. You\u2019ll still get rich color that lasts, with no parabens, phthalates, SLS, petrolatum or synthetic fragrances. Swap charcoal shadow for a chic brown When the weather outside is frightful, heat things up with a warmer (and wearable) interpretation of the traditional smoky eye. \u201cShimmery brown shadow catches the light and looks good on everyone. It\u2019s sexy, but not like you\u2019re trying too hard\u2014even if you are trying to catch someone under the mistletoe,\u201d says Lau. Cheers to that. Although this shadow look is deliberately smudgy, you want it to stay put while you\u2019re hopping from soir\u00e9e to soir\u00e9e. Lau has a trick for that: Apply brown eyeliner all over your lids, then layer your shadow on top. \u201cJust squiggle on the pencil from the lash line up to the crease and blend it with a brush. It\u2019ll make your shadow last longer and give more depth to the smoky eye,\u201d she says. Once you\u2019ve got your base, sweep coppery shadow onto your lids with a fluffy brush. Next, apply a bronze shade onto the outer corners of your eyes, along the creases, and underneath the bottom lash line. Finally, add a few coats of mascara on the upper and lower lashes. Keep the rest of your face neutral\u2014a touch of Burt's Bees Blush Makeup in Bare Peach and Lip Shimmer in Apricot compliment smoldering eyes beautifully. Double up on eyeliner We all have those moments when we want to be a little extra and stand out more than usual (i.e. on New Year\u2019s Eve). When an extroverted mood strikes, try this very cool liner look. It\u2019s proof that, sometimes, two is better than one. To smear-proof your liner, prep your lids and under-eye area with a powder before you get to work with your pencil. Look straight into a mirror and glide black liner along your top lash lines first, winging it out as far as you want. \u201cTo create the bottom line, extend it out, but instead of going up, go straight across. If your eyeliner skills are iffy, dot on a really light line to use as a guide then trace over it. I recommend using gray liner on the bottom because it\u2019s unexpected,\u201d says Lau. If you still mess up, it\u2019s NBD. You can fix little mistakes with a cotton swab or remove the makeup and start over. Nailed it? Swipe on mascara and a subtle berry lip color like Burt's Bees Gloss Lip Crayon in Pacific Coast and you\u2019re DONE.