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7 'Euphoria' Makeup Looks That We Want To Recreate ASAP

You'll want to recreate them all.

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Euphoria was one of the buzziest series to hit HBO in 2019. But, it wasn't just the show's storyline and talented cast members (like our faves Zendaya and Storm Reid) that had us hooked. The unique, eye-catching makeup looks worn by Rue, Cassie, Maddy, Kat, and Jules kept us tuning into the show every week. From gem-covered eyelids to glitter tears, the show's head makeup artist Doniella Davy made sure that each episode gifted viewers with a new batch of beauty inspiration. Davy told Vogue:

"On 'Euphoria', all conventional beauty norms that have existed are meant to be broken. It's absurd to think that you can't wear pink glitter out to the grocery store. People are just celebrating using color and textures on their faces."

While the COVID-19 pandemic has delayed production on season two of Euphoria, the show is slated to release two bonus episodes starting on December 6, and we're betting that they will be loaded with moments of beauty inspiration just like episodes past. Ahead of the show's winter return, we've rounded up seven of the best Euphoria makeup looks. FYI: You'll want to recreate them all.

Pool of Glitter Eye Look 

For Rue's winter formal makeup, Davy applied a burgundy shade from Kevyn Aucoin's ElectroPop palette. Next, she layered it with a blueberry-colored pressed glitter from Glitter Injections. Davy then applied Glitter Injections' Star of the Sea to Rue's temples. She created the "pool of tears" effect using Lemonheads' Houdini Spacepaste.

Gothic Gold Glitter

Here, the brows take center stage. Davy added glitter to Jules' eyebrows and gold foil to her temples, using products from Kryolan.

Bold Turquoise Eyes 

We're obsessed with Cassie's blue and green jewel eye makeup. Davy created this look alongside Euphoria makeup artist Kirsten Sage Coleman using a turquoise eyeshadow from Maybelline's Eye Studio Color Tattoo line and paired it with beautiful rhinestones from Amazon.

Silver Smokey Eye with Gems

Davy and Coleman worked together to create this icy eye makeup for Maddy. The MUAs pulled eyeshadows from Colourpop Cosmetics and Claropsyche. They applied tiny gems to Maddy's lids using House of Lashes Eyelash Adhesive to amp up the look.

A Bold Vampy Look 

All we can say is that this look is absolutely bomb. Davy and Coleman used a palette from Claropsyche for the red eye makeup and two Lime Crime lipsticks (Black Velvet and Blood Moon) for her lip look.

Turquoise Jewels

For this look, Davy and Coleman gave Maddy a beautiful turquoise eye and accented it with all-around jewels. They used eyeshadows from ColourPop Cosmetics, Urban Decay's 24/7 Waterline Eyeliner, and gems from Amazon for her eyes.

Red and Black Liner

Kat's bold red and black liner instantly captured our attention. Davy and Coleman used Chanel Beauty's Calligraphie De Chanel Eyeliner in Black for Kat's top liner and Suva Beauty's Hydra FX Water Activated Neon Liner for her waterline.

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