There’s always something new and different about the latest makeup trends because of Gen Z’s creativity. They love exploring different looks, and it’s all about mixing and matching aesthetics as they recreate and remaster previous makeup trends.
If you've been wanting to change up your usual makeup look for a while now, you don't have to look far. We've been keeping tabs on social media for all the prettiest looks that are still easy to recreate, and here are the six we found from the grids of our fave Gen Z celebs!
Janella Salvador easily achieved the sultry look with her foxy eyeliner. To pull this off, simply extend your eyeliner all the way to the inner corners of your eyes. It may take a few tries, but practice makes perfect! This style will elongate your eyes and give you a stronger look.
Trust us: Glossy lips will never fail to complete a look! Case in point: It's the finishing touch to Claudia Barretto's Y2K-inspired MOTD.
Fluttery lashes are the key to making your eyes appear bigger and look more awake, and they can be achieved with your fave mascara and curler. In case you have extra money, you can also try eyelash extensions like Angelina Cruz. They can last as long as six weeks with proper care, so you'll definitely be cutting the time you spend getting ready in half!
AC Bonifacio looks so pretty in her glittery neutral eyeshadow look! ICYDK: Glittery shadows are the easiest way to spice up a warm-toned eye look.
Winged eyeliner is the easiest way to emphasize your eyes. You can opt for baby wings for a more casual, school-friendly look, or graphic ones for events and parties. Belle Mariano has beatiful large eyes, and the winged eyeliner made her eyes look even more expressive!
Let your eyebrows do the talking! We're envious of Andrea Brillantes’ naturally bushy eyebrows that need little to no maintenance. If you're not blessed in the eyebrow department like her, fill in the sparse areas of your brows with a pencil and keep them in place with a clear or tinted gel.
*This story originaly appeared Candymag.com. Minor edits have been made by the Preview.ph editors.