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The Warm Makeup Looks That Go With Your Summer OOTDs

They'll help accentuate that beachy vibe.
The Warm Makeup Looks That Go With Your Summer OOTDs

Summer is all about experimenting with your fashion and beauty looks, and every OOTD that you come up with needs a makeup look that compliments it. That being said, you can't go wrong with warmer-toned makeup right now. Here's a roundup of summer-friendly looks and outfits you can explore this season:

Minimal Makeup

A simple beauty look—defined brows, peachy blush, and subtly tinted lip gloss—highlights color blocks. Complement your beauty look with a striped top and a breathable bomber jacket—two things that can give you a bit of an edge.

Red on Red

Achieve this hot look by pairing a sporty red shirt with a red lip. You don't want your makeup to look too busy. Applying a single gold shadow on the lids and a rosy blush on your cheeks will soften the rest of the face. Tying your hair back into a high ponytail will add sleekness to the whole look.

Colorful and Smoky

An all-white ensemble is the quintessential summer outfit: It makes you look fresh, shows off your tan, and is the perfect canvas for a colorful beauty look. Channel the summer sunset by blending an orange and coral base on the outer corners of your lids, and add a halo effect by dabbing a metallic gold pigment on the center of your lids. Finally, apply bronzer on your cheekbones, forehead, and chin to get that sun-kissed glow.

Nothing beats mixing and matching makeup looks and outfits, especially if you have an eye palette filled with warm, pigmented hues like BYS’s Safari Palette. It has 12 long-wearing matte and metallic shadows, so you’ll never run out of eye makeup ideas.

While you're at it, use BYS’s Safari Brush Collection to blend your summer makeup—it comes in a cute pouch so you can take it with you on your next beach trip.

Shop the Safari Collection at and follow @byscosmetics_ph on Facebook and Instagram for product updates, as well as makeup tips and tricks.

This article was created by Summit Storylabs in partnership with BYS.