'Euphoria'-Style Makeup Looks You Can Absolutely Pull Off
Just Add Glitter
Trade the 2020 party mask for these next-level gold-flecked eyes.
First, apply Lancôme Ombré Hypnôse Stylo Shadow Stick in Monogold (Buy It, $25, sephora.com) on top of and underneath lids.
Then smooth Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour Cream (Buy It, $24, nordstrom.com) onto lids and cheekbones. “This balm acts like a glue to hold the gold foil on the skin,” says Misuzu Miyake, the makeup artist who created the looks in this story.
Get Inspired by the Color Wheel
Pairing up warm copper and cool purple shadows creates a can’t-look-away contrast. Press MAC Cosmetics Pigment in Copper (Buy It, $22, maccosmetics.com) into the inner corners of the eyes and along the lower lashes.
Finally, “blend the two with a fluffy brush, but only a bit. The casualness makes it look like they melt into each other,” Miyake says. (Shadow creasing? Here's why.)
Spread Your Wings
A good philosophy for party clothes and red eye shadow: the bolder the better. Sheer washes of red are known for causing a sickly effect. This strong crimson drawn with a precise flick has the opposite effect.
Change the Way You Use Eyeliner
Making your black eyeliner this distinctive requires a tiny, short-bristled makeup brush, black cream eyeliner—like Chanel Calligraphie de Chanel Longwear Intense Cream Eyeliner in Hyperblack (Buy It, $35, nordstrom.com)—and a steady hand.
Swirl the brush in your liner, then sketch a half circle around each eye, staying above your crease.
Bring Back Bedazzling
The intrigue is in the details: Miyake stacked two different blue shadows to create depth and staying power: BareMinerals Loose Mineral Eyecolor in Chameleon (Buy It, $15, bareminerals.com) and MAC Cosmetics Glitter in Teal Hologram (Buy It, $22, maccosmetics.com).
Then she lined up crystals (four medium, three small—find face gems on Amazon) along lower lashes. (Related: What You Need to Know Before Getting Eyelash Extensions)