An Anna Sui model displays burgundy tinted lips and a smoky eye.
A model at the Etienne Aigner Spring 2017 show showcased monochromatic makeup in golden hues.
Makeup artist Melissa Leah pulls off green monochromatic makeup in a major way.
The beauty of monochromatic makeup is using products in nontraditional ways. Lip gloss doesn’t only have to be for your lips. Try blending the gloss over your eyelids or on your cheeks.
MAC Cosmetics Cremesheen Glass in Richer, Lusher, $21 at MAC Cosmetics
Glide and Go
This creamy eyeshadow dries fast, but gives you just enough time to blend and manipulate it, which means it's perfect for blending on your cheeks and TBH, all over. Don't be shy, try the matte and sparkly finishes.
Make Up For Ever Aqua Matic Waterproof Glide-On Eye Shadow, $22 at Make Up For Ever
The multitoned pigment pearls in this highlighter adjust to your skin’s natural undertones, so you can play up your cheekbones, eyelids and cupid's bow without looking too glittery.
BECCA Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed Highlighter, $38 at Sephora
Having the same wash of color all over your face is great, but let’s not forget about lashes. We like CoverGirl’s Total Tease because it comes in a variety of shades that complement so many hues.
CoverGirl Total Tease Mascara, $9.24 at CoverGirl
This gloss made up of kaleidoscopic pearls — otherwise known as raw gemstones melted into liquid form — takes your glow to a new level. This soft peach shade has a hint of rose gold that works great with all skin tones. Try it alone or over other lip shades.
BECCA Liquid Crystal Glow Gloss in Champagne Dream x Bellini, $22 at Sephora
A True Pink
Looking for a standout pink that's long-wearing and actually flattering? Smith & Cult’s The Tainted Lip Stained Flatte in Lovesucker is a beautiful bubble gum pink matte lipstick with a super saturated tint that’s not too drying.
Smith & Cult The Tainted Lip Stained Flatte in Lovesucker, $24 at Smith & Cult
OK, white eyeliner isn’t exactly your go-to eyeliner shade, but hear us out. It’s great for lightening that hint of color on your waterline or when you want to stand out for all the right reasons. It’s not exactly foolproof, but if you have patience (and a steady hand), you’ll love the results.
Make Up For Ever Aqua XL Eye Pencil Waterproof Eyeliner in Aqua XL M-16, $21 at Sephora
If you think matchy-matchy makeup is too basic, you’re missing out. Wearing shades of the same color family on your cheeks, eyes and lips in hues that match your outfit is actually a good look. It’s the perfect balance of a gorgeous fresh face and the over-the-top clownish makeup we love to avoid. Here’s how to master the monochromatic makeup trend, along with our favorite products to get you started.
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