With Valentine's Day fast approaching, it's time to start planning your oh-so-pretty outfit for your darling love-filled date. But more important then your VDay #OOTD? Your makeup.
Whether you're celebrating with your true love or your bffs, your beauty game needs to be strong. Valentine's Day is the perfect opportunity to play with fun pink and red hues, as well as glossy and shimmering details. Make those cat eyes and lashes extra dramatic and those eye shadows glitter like the star that you are.
Check out these Instagram beauty gurus and the Valentine's Day makeup details you'll want to incorporate into your makeup routine on Feb. 14th!
1. Extra-Dramatic Cat Eyes
Because Valentine's Day is all about going that extra mile for the ones you love (and you love your eyeliner).
2. Soft, Shimmery Eyes
Because VDay is never complete without a touch of pastel pink glitter.
3. Bright-Pink Lips
Because your pout needs to look extra sweet.
4. Glossy And Flossy
Because you deserve to shine on Feb. 14th (and every day, frankly).
5. Ultra-Lifted Lashes
Because you'll need extra-long lashes to bat at your crush.
6. Bronzed Goddess
Because it's fun to pretend you're celebrating the day of love under the sun (and not in the Canadian winter).
7. Highlighted Eyes
Because no one puts baby in a corner (but you can totally put a glittering highlighter in the corners of your eyes for that extra pop).
8. Sculpted Brows
Because let's be real – All we want for Valentine's Day are perfect (and matching) eyebrows.
9. All That Glitters Is Gold
Because if he doesn't put a ring on it, you'll still have your gold eye shadow.
10. Classic Red
Because you can never go wrong with a classic red lip.
11. Purple Magic
Because pink and red are everywhere on Valentine's Day. Switch things up with a fun purple!
12. Get Nude
Because a nude lip will never go out of style.
13. White Detailing
Because VDay calls for a special beauty look. Why not bust out your hardly-touched white eyeliner?
14. Wear Your Heart On Your Eyes
Because who said hearts can only be worn on sleeves?
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