When it comes to Valentine’s Day, we want to find the perfect gift. We also want a stunning beauty look. Whether you’re going out somewhere fancy or you’re chilling at home, you want something that’s romantic and that will hopefully last through any V-Day makeout sessions. A red lipstick might be your go-to Valentine’s Day look, but we cannot forget about pink. Pink is just as much of a signature as red. Plus, there are so many ways to wear it. Instead of wearing it on your lips, you can wear it on your eyes for a unique Valentine’s Day beauty look. Bonus: The color on your eyes is a lot more likely to last than the color on your lips. Hint, hint.
Check out 14 gorgeous ways to wear pink makeup for Valentine’s Day:
1. Pink Eyeshadow and Cat Eye
Take your black liquid eyeliner to the next level by drawing it on over a hot pink eyeshadow base.
2. Pink Shadow with Gold Sparkle
A wash of pink eyeshadow gets even better thanks to some sparkly gold shadow on the inner corners of the eyes.
3. Pink and Brown Eyeshadow
Are you having trouble putting down your beloved brown shadow? Try mixing a deeper pink one with your brown. It’s a great look if you’re hesitant about wearing only pink makeup.
4. Light Liquid Eyeliner and Dark Pink Shadow
Try reversing things by using a lighter pink for your liquid eyeliner and a darker shadow for your base.
5. Pink Liner with White Heart
If you’re going to have a proper Valentine’s Day makeup look, you cannot forget a heart. The white heart adds some freshness to the pale pink eyeliner.
6. Bold Pink Eyeshadow and Coordinating Lips
You can never go wrong with a monochromatic makeup look and that includes a pink one. Match your lips and eyes for a harmonious finish.
7. Pink Glitter Tears
Glitter tears are the only kind of tears that you want to have for Valentine’s Day. These ones have a subtle effect that you notice when the light hits them correctly.
8. Silver Glitter and Pink Shadow
It might be more about the silver than the pink here, but without the pink base, this silver glitter wouldn’t have the same effect that it does.
9. Soft Pink Cut Crease
Cut crease fans will love this subtle look. It’s proof you don’t need to choose a super bright pink eyeshadow.
10. Pink Inner Corners
Looking for something understated? Try a hint of pink eyeshadow in the inner corners of the eyes. It’s a small detail, but it will make a huge difference.