Dress Up Your Face: Preparing for Holiday Zoom Parties
Many cities are closing up shop, again.
Rising coronavirus cases after Thanksgiving are making many families and friends re-consider their holiday plans and gatherings. Earlier this year we all learned to hold Zoom parties for birthdays, graduations, and even weddings. It may be time to bust out the webcam yet again for a festive video call this holiday season.
That means that the usual holiday party preparations of decorating your home, planning an elaborate menu and table-scape, and buying the most devastating holiday dress you can afford with your annual bonus… are all out the window. Or are they?
It may not be totally necessary to abandon all holiday cheer! Here are a few ways to translate old traditions to a spectacular, virtual holiday party for you and your friends.
Holiday Decorations: Quarantine Edition
Even if the only person who will see your home this holiday season is you, you should put in some efforts to decorate your home for Christmas. All you need to do is hang up a wreath, add a string of sparkly lights, and feel your spirits sing! Even if you can’t get a full blown tree or splurge on a nativity scene, small details to “spruce” up your space will make your home feel warm and inviting.
If you have lots of time and want to get extra crafty, try to set up a holiday themed backdrop for your video calls. We love these examples from Pinterest:
No matter what you do, make it personal to suit your tastes and your home will be extra merry in no time!
Christmas Dinner for You and Yours
Whether you’re home alone for the holidays or spending it with your immediate family, just like most days, your holiday dinner can still be festive! Making the effort of planning a nice meal can be a great way to turn a regular weekday into a special occasion and celebrate the holiday season.
For those of us who can’t cook, try ordering a fancy spread from a local restaurant. Most places deliver by now, and supporting small businesses in your neighborhood is a great way to give back and also relieve some pressure with regards to cooking a homemade feast. You can always make one signature dish at home to fill your house with the smells and sounds of cooking.
Tip: If you aren’t with your family, try asking Mom or Dad for a family recipe and cooking with them over a video call that day. A live, virtual instructor is way better than any YouTube tutorial!
Dressing Up In Your Holiday Best
Since online clothes shopping is very hit or miss, it’s probably a good thing you don’t have to buy a full outfit for holiday work parties this year. But there is a great way to get your glam on… with CBD-infused skincare products from MyJane!
Our skincare line is a fantastic way to spend the entire week before your holiday party relaxing and indulging in some self-care. With Mantra Masks, CocoCanna Body Butter, Sunmi Beauty Illumine Face Serum, and our handy travel-sized skincare kit, you will be positively glowing! The CBD helps to relax your mind, while also treating inflammation, causing your skin to be more supple, youthful, and reducing redness and puffiness all at once.
Now that your house is decorated, your menu is planned, and your face is all dressed up, you can have the merriest of all virtual holiday parties.
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