The show Euphoria is not lacking in statement-making beauty looks. The avant-garde, artistic eye applications have inspired a sea of beauty industry experts, including our Ogle team members. Learn how to recreate some of these bedazzled and celestial looks.
Euphoria Makeup Look One – Inspired by Rue
Step One: Apply primer to eyelids
Step Two: Apply lilac shadow over the crease and around the outer corner of the eyelid using a kabuki-style brush.
Step Three: Swipe the lilac shadow from under the eye to the outer corner with a pencil brush.
Step Four: Apply a pale blue reflective pigment around the eye and the cheekbone for a shimmery highlight, accentuating the eye and cheekbone.
Step Five: Here, we use a metal palette and palette mixer to blend hologram and fine blue glitter. Dip the flat synthetic brush into a makeup fixative medium and apply it to the skin area where the glitter design will be. Apply the glitter with a fine brush.
Step Six: Slowly paint a line under the eye’s waterline to the outer corner of the eye.
Step Seven: Drag the brush down, creating a fine line suggestive of a tear running down from the eye. Reapply the fixative medium and glitter when needed.
Step Eight: Create a celestial design with adhesive and stars.
Step Nine: Finish the look with volumizing mascara.
Euphoria Makeup Look Two – Inspired by Maddy
Step One: Using a flat synthetic brush, apply primer to the eyelids.
Step Two: Apply fuchsia crease shade on the outer corner of the eyelid using a flat brush. Blend out and above the crease.
Step Three: Apply fuchsia shade to the lower lash line and blend the outer corner.
Step Four: Use an iridescent mirror pigment and apply it as a highlight around the eye, accentuating the cheekbone.
Step Five: Select small rhinestones with a wax pencil and apply them around the eye using a skin adhesive. Outline the eye above the crease and just below the waterline.
Step Six: Finish with volumizing mascara.
Euphoria Makeup Look Three – Inspired by Jules
Step One: Apply primer.
Step Two: Use a clean kabuki brush and apply complementary colors—blue and orange—one on each side of the eye without mixing colors. Blend out the blue shadow around the tear duct and over the crease. Blend the orange shadow in and around the outer v shape of the eye.
Step Three: Mix a pink pigment with a liquid-fixative medium. Draw a fine graphic line over the crease and trailing off at the fold. Draw another line extending out from the tear duct.
Step Four: Highlight the fold of the eye and around the cheekbone using a white pigment with pale green undertones. Always use a clean brush with white pigments to avoid mixing colors unless it’s intentional.
Step Five: Complete the look with volumizing mascara.