Back in 2016, Instagram added the "saved" section to every profile, and the beauty game was changed forever. Gone were the days of screenshotting a notable makeup look or palette to buy, only to lose it in the mess of photos in our camera roll. Now, if we spy something we love, we can simply click "save" and add it to our private vault of inspiration images.
That being said, inspiration can still be hard to find when you're inundated with hundreds — no, thousands — of images daily. That's why we decided to share the photos we've archived in the past month. Hopefully, it'll get your creative juices flowing for the upcoming weeks.
Ahead, check out 30 looks to try this September.
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There's no arguing: HBO's teen drama Euphoria had some of the best makeup looks on TV in 2019. So, it's no surprise that the rhinestone looks seen on Maddy Perez (Alexa Demie) on the show are bleeding into IG feeds, too. Recreating this look only takes $30 and a bunch of strategically-glued face jewels from Make Up For Ever.
Or, swap out the rhinestones and glitter for tiny pearls.
Blue eyeshadow can feel dated and intimidating, but makeup artist Kale Teter's take on the retro trend swaps out the powdery blues of '85 for a brighter teal you'd definitely see in 2019.
If you're not ready to commit to covering the entire lid in blue shadow, focus the bold color on the lashline instead, like Barbie Ferreira.
We may be used to seeing Sydney Sweeney covered in dark eyeliner on Euphoria, but IRL, she's a fan of monochromatic pastel color palettes.
Makeup artist Dana Delaney proves it's officially time to unpack the matte brown eyeshadows for fall. If the color feels too flat on your lid, follow Delaney's lead and add a pop of glitter (her pick: Lemonhead's Dirty Penny) to the center.
Spice up your usual cat-eye with a spectrum of color. Think: a bright pink on the inner corner and shimmery bronze on the lower lashline.
Like we said, brown is the color for fall eye looks, because it's a softer alternative to black eyeliner.
Want something more dramatic than a neutral brown? Consider a matte, wine-red shadow instead.
There's nothing Gen Z loves more than a floating eyeliner flick. It's the one back-to-school makeup look your mother won't beg you to wipe off.
Sunset eyes are back — and brighter than ever. Lucky for you, this complicated look is easy to replicate. Makeup artist Jaleesa Jaikaran relied on only two products to create it: MAC's Glitter Pigment in gold and a Temptu Airbrush pigment in orange.
Consider dark lip liner officially resurrected from the '90s trends graveyard. Makeup artist Alexander Echeverri has been using it on a number of clients lately, including Jordyn Woods and Karrueche Tran.
Proof: A swipe of Glossier Glitter Gelée can upgrade any eyeliner look.
Applying glitter in a bumpy Uber ride just got easier thanks to Marc Jacobs' new See-Quins Glam Glitter Eyeshadow, a compact micro-glitter that literally goes on in one swipe.
We're calling it: Rich plums are going to dethrone lilac pastels this fall.
Normani already embraced the deep purple look at last month's MTV Video Music Awards, where she matched her plum and red shadows to her dress.
We usually reserve this kind of glitter for holiday parties, but Kelis is making a case for the confetti-inspired look months in advance.
Then again, a moody smoky eye always works, too.
Glitter tears have officially graduated from a Coachella staple to a red-carpet must-have. See: Lucy Boynton's look at the Venice Film Festival.
Afraid of glitter? Gold eyeshadow is an easy way to give it a try without all the fuss — and mess.
Take a note out of Priyanka Chopra's book and ditch your jewel-toned, upside-down liner for something neutral and warm.
Or, copy Yara Shahidi and color your eyes, cheeks, and lips in a warm peachy hue. (Multipurpose pots and sticks are perfect for this.)
Or, go big with a graphic liner look featuring a lime-green shadow no one can miss — just like Lizzo's.
Over slime-green season? A neon orange will do, too.
There's no limit on how intense you can make negative-space liner. Use a smoky gray shadow for a dramatic effect…
Or, smudge-y eyeliner pencil for something subtle.
We have a few more months until it's officially time for snow days, but dig into this icy-blue makeup inspiration a little early.
Lisa Eldridge 's rainbow eye art on Cara Delevingne is intense, but worth trying. Just make sure to skip a lipstick when you copy this one — anything other than a clear lip balm or nude gloss might overpower the look.
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