The Year of the Rabbit begins in January, which means it’s time to get decked out in red, pink and gold.

Lunar New Year, which celebrates the start of a new year across many countries in Asia including China, Taiwan, Vietnam and Korea, begins on the first new moon of the lunar calendar and ends on the first full moon. During this time, various festivals and traditions like temple rituals, lion dances and exchanging red envelopes take place to usher in good luck and fortune.

Used to name the years, the twelve Chinese zodiac animals each have different characteristics that people born in these years are said to take on, similar to zodiac signs. Those born in the year of the tiger are said to be brave, competitive, unpredictable and confident.

Read on to discover 18 fashion and beauty picks to ring in the Lunar New Year.