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10 Ways to Give Your Makeup a Pop of Color, as Seen on Celebrities

Play up those hues!
10 Ways to Give Your Makeup a Pop of Color, as Seen on Celebrities
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Play up those hues!

Giving your everyday face a colorful element is easier than some of you might think. And to prove it, we're dedicating this week's celebrity selfie roundup to fun makeup ideas you can easily do yourself. See them below:

1. Kisses Delavin

Colored eyeliner is always a good idea, but if you're not blessed with the steady hands a wing requires, add some color on your lower lashline instead! Check out Kisses' take on the look:

2. Sofia Andres

Skip your usual wash of brown eyeshadow for a pretty golden sheen. A light layer will give your eyes some luminosity without stepping too far off the neutral spectrum.

3. Mariel Padilla

Didn't get enough sleep? Cop Mariel's eye-opening trick using white eyeliner on the lower waterline. Add a bright lip while you're at it, too, for that instant pick-me-up.

4. Julia Barretto

For an easy mermaid vibe that doesn't involve your hair, play around with aquatic hues on your eyelids instead. Here, Julia opted for different shades of pearlescent blue.


5. KZ Tandingan

Update your monochrome look by using two different variations of the same color. Take KZ's rosy eyes and fuchsia lip combo, for example!

6. Yeng Constantino

If you have hooded eyelids, blending a dark color like Yeng's copper-toned eyeshadow in the outer corner of your eyes will create a smokey effect to make your peepers look sharper and more defined.

7. Anne Curtis

A bright lip color with a shiny, jelly-like finish is one of the simplest ways to give your makeup a K-beauty flavor.

8. Sarah Geronimo

Go for a pastel flavor à la Sarah Geronimo and blend teal eyeshadow all over your lids for instant fairy eyes.

9. Bianca Umali

Some may argue that silver isn't that fun a color, but this metallic hue can actually add dimension to a dark eye even when applied sparingly.

10. Kim Jones

If you don't have any pieces in your closet to hop on the Gen Z yellow train, maybe you can sport the trend using makeup instead. Here's a bright idea from Kim Jones: