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Here’s Why You Should Try a Makeup Look in All Pink

Introduction

It doesnโ€™t have to be a Wednesday for you to wear all pink! Be it on your lips, cheeks or eyelids, pink is such a fun color to play around with. Depending on the shade, you can create a bold look or a subtle and neutral look. The best part? It works so well for every skin tone too! Still not convinced? Well, we hope that our article will change your mind. If youโ€™re willing to explore makeup beyond the basic neutrals, pink is a good color to transition to. Weโ€™ve gone ahead to compileย all our favorite Pink looksย and weโ€™re sure youโ€™ll find something that will suit you just fine. Without further hesitation, letโ€™s get this pink party started. Get yourย kabuki brush setย and other makeup accessories ready!

Make a Statement With Your Eyes

If youโ€™re wearing a single-toned or neutral dress, make your outfit pop with a splash of pink. Choose a pigmented pink, like one with magenta tones, for that โ€˜80s vibe. All you have to do is pat the product onto your lids, and blend towards your brow bone. This single block of color on your eyes is so simple yet literally eye-catching! Donโ€™t forget to tack on some falsies and line your waterline with brownย eye linerย to finish up the look. If you want to take it up a notch, donโ€™t forget to highlight the inner corners with a highlight or shimmer. You can also opt for a pastel shade if you want a softer and more muted makeup look. Use theย best eyeshadow primerย so it lasts the whole day. Pair it with a nude glossy lip and youโ€™re all set for the day!

Get Graphic With It

Another beauty trend weโ€™re loving is a graphic liner. If blending and patting eyeshadow seems too much of a chore and you want to switch your eye makeup up, give the graphic liner a go! All you need is a colored liquid liner for this look. Even just a shade of Barbie pink liner to contrast with an orange eyeshadow is enough to make a statement. Another favorite contrasting eye look is pink eyeshadow with a red liquid liner! You can draw shapes like hearts, stars, or circles to elevate the look too. For just a simple liquid liner look, try a pink cat-eye with pink hearts in the center of the under-eye for a minimal yet impactful look.

Another graphic liner look that is easy to recreate is the mod look from the โ€˜60s. Simply use a deeper toned pink and draw on a line above your crease and your usual liner on the lash line. This will accentuate your crease and the pink liner will compliment your eye shape. You can tryย fx productsย if you want to give this look a go.

Add Some Sparkles

You donโ€™t need Marilyn Monroe to tell you that diamonds and pink pair well. You donโ€™t necessarily need diamonds, but some face gems and sparkles should do the trick. If youโ€™re left withย elevating a regular pink eyeshadow look, this might help. One look you can try is lining your cut-crease with pearls using lash glue. Some face gems already come with self-adhesives, but if you want extra security, a little lash glue never hurt anyone. This will take a lot of patience so make sure you give yourself enough time to do this look. The key to this is to ensure your cut-crease is not directly on your actual crease, but above it slightly. This will let you blink without having the gems or beads get in the way.

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Alternatively, you can start small by using only two face gems. You can place them on the center of your under-eye, or at the highest point of your brow bone. No matter how many you choose, you can dress up or dress down the look accordingly.

Look Royally Flushed With a Pink Blush

When it comes to blushes, it all depends on the placement. If you want your blush to be the statement piece, use a coral pink blush on the highest point of your cheekbones and blend it towards your temples. Depending on your preference, you can build it up for more intensity or keep blending for a more subtle and natural look.

Another trend is the โ€˜sunburntโ€™ blush placement. This refers to placing the blush on the apples of the cheek and also on the nose bridge and the nose-tip. If you have a deeper complexion, try pink with darker orangey tones to look like a natural flush. Itโ€™s dramatic, but we canโ€™t help but like it. You can check theย best of wet n wild cosmeticsย to find tones that will complete this look.

Cool Pinks

For cool-toned complexions, a cool-toned pink will look more flattering. Plus, it elevates a nude and minimal look too. Just a swipe of cool-toned pink shimmer on a light brown eyeshadow makes for a simple, yet girly look. Pair it with a nude lip, and youโ€™re ready for bottomless brunch!

For an electrifying look for a night out at the clubs, try a neon pink crease and a muted pastel pink cut-crease. Add some pizazz to it by glossing up the cut-crease and pop on your favorite falsies. To finish the look, you could either top it off with a red hot lip or a glossy pink lip. Check theย best smashbox productsย to pull off this flattering look.

Read Our Lips

Letโ€™s say youโ€™re not into doing eyeshadow for the day or you like to wear minimal makeup. You can always make a statement with bold lipstick! For a natural look, smack on some peachy-pink gloss and some mascara. You can also add on some fake freckles for that sunkissed-au-natural vibe. Alternatively, you can opt for a matte mauve-pink to pair with a strong cat-eye and slicked-back hair easily for a night-out look. You can top it with theย best moisturizing lip balmย so you’ll look fresh and dewy.


Conclusion

Isnโ€™t makeup so fun? From where to put highlighter on face to how to mix and match colors, the possibilities are endless. We hope this has helped inspire some future makeup looks for you to share on social media! Pink doesnโ€™t have to always mean a feminine or girly look. Pair it with a splash of creativity and youโ€™ll be surprised at how many strong looks you can make. At the end of the day, no matter what style you choose to embody, having fun with your look is all that matters. If you love how you look, no one else can tell you different! So keep going, and keep creating more pink looks.

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