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The10 Cutest Valentine’s Day Eye Makeup Ideas

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We’ve rounded up 10 cute eye makeup ideas for Valentine’s Day—perfect for a night with someone special or just getting all dolled up to take selfies. Scroll down and be inspired.

1Pink Goes Punk

Pink for Valentine’s Day is hardly groundbreaking. But if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. Reach for a pretty pink metallic shade for some shimmer.

Try: Revlon ColorStay 16 Hour Eyeshadow in Precocious, $8, ulta.com.SHOP

2Matchy-Matchy

Don’t think for a second that red only belongs on your lips. We love how makeup artist Nick Barose swept a shimmery red eyeshadow along Lupita’s bottom lashline in this bold beauty look.

Try: Lancome Drama Liqui-Pencil Extreme Longwear Eyeliner in Brique, $23, lancome-usa.com. SHOP

3Liner Only

A deep wine liner color is so striking on its own that you just need to trace your upper lid with it and you’re done. Layer on some black mascara to define your eyes if you want something more dramatic.

Try: Urban Decay 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencil in Alkaline, $21, ulta.com. SHOP

4Pop of Color

Flip the script and line your lower waterline with a bright teal or cobalt for an easy going out look.

Try: Milk Makeup Long Wear Gel Eyeliner, $22, sephora.com. SHOP

5The New Cat-Eye

You can never go wrong with a cat-eye. Thicken the wing to add a fresh update to the classic look.

Try: Esteé Lauder DoubleWear Infinite Waterproof Eyeliner in Kohl Noir, $26, saks.com. SHOP

6Negative Space

When in doubt, reach for your trusty black eyeliner (or a thin liner brush) and create a winged, negative-space liner look.

Try: Chanel Stylo Yeux Waterproof Long-Lasting Eyeliner in Noir Intense, $33, nordstrom.com. SHOP

7Golden Hour

Can’t decide on a shadow color? Only use one: gold traced all around the lid, with a touch of golden highlighter at the inner corner of the eye, is a monochromatic look we can get behind.

Try: Charlotte Tilbury Luxury Eyeshadow Palette in The Vintage Vamp, $53, sephora.com. SHOP

8Subtle Sultry

You don’t need loud colors to make a statement. If bright and bold colors aren’t your thing, reach for muted nudes blended with rose-pink eye shadows for a sultry look.

Try: Marc Jacobs Beauty Eye-Conic Multi-Finish Eyeshadow Palette in Glambition, $49,sephora.com. SHOP

9Pretty In Pink

Pastels look pretty on everyone—even those of us who prefer a palette of nude and black. A shimmery pink shadow traced across the lid looks cool—not cutesy—when paired with a lip color and blush in a similar shade.

Try: Clinique All About Shadow Shimmer Eyeshadow in Bubble Bath, $18, nordstrom.com. SHOP

10Keep It Monochromatic

No need to mix a bunch of different shades or color schemes when you’ve already got the perfect color. We’re loving this unusual burnt orange shade to bring some warmth to your face — even when it feels like negative zero outside.

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