Red, White and Blue Beauty Products You'll Want To Rock Beyond Election Season

With just one day left of the 2016 presidential election season, a lot of us may be looking for last minute ways to get into the patriotic spirit. You can canvas your neighborhood to remind people to vote, volunteer at the polls, make phone calls...or sport any of these Election Day-inspired beauty products. Why stop with a single poster or bumper sticker? Show political support by dusting on a blue eyeshadow or smoothing on a fierce red lip. It may not be as imperative as casting your ballot, but sometimes it's the little things, like playing with makeup, that keep us energized on such an anxiety-filled day. And while this election season has been less than pretty, you can still show up at the polls on Tuesday totally looking the part. These are the red, white and blue beauty finds you'll want to rock beyond the election season. 

Jennifer Ford Nov, 07, 2016

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There’s basic mascara and then there’s this blue one that’s bound to turn heads at the polls. $24, sephora.com

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Headed to the polls early? Create a wide eye look by contouring the inner rim of your eye with this easy glide white eyeliner. $6, sephora.com

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Seriously, what’s an Election Day without a bold power lip?! This creamy lipstick screams Madame President. $26, sephora.com

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Create a multidimensional eye shadow look with this matte cream eye shadow. Wear the base alone or with glitter to create an eye catching heavy metal look. $25, sephora.com

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This dynamic eyeliner glides on smooth and stays put all day. So, if you’ll be volunteering this election day: voila! $20, nordstrom.com

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For eyelids that shine brighter than the twilight's last gleaming. $15, sephora.com

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Create a healthy rosy glow with this matte sheer tone blush that looks good on everybody.  $30, bloomingdales.com

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Swipe this prismatic highlighter on to your skin to create a healthy glow. $28, sephora.com

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Go blue (bold) or go home. $17, nordstrom.com

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You can even go as far as dying your strands with temporary hair color. $6, sallybeauty.com

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Or color your strands with something even easier to wash out like hair chalk. $10, asos.com 

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Don’t forget to decorate your digits. This shade from the OPI Scandal collection is very presidential. $6, jcpenney.com

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Halloween isn't the only time reserved for white lipstick. $22, sephora.com