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Meet monochromatic make-up – the true hit among celebrities!

Monochromatic make-up is a trend that for several seasons is beloved by celebrities in the USA! This make-up is based on the use of only one color that is applied to the eyes, lips, and cheeks. Curious?

Monochromatic make-up is truly simple and doesn’t require professional make-up artist skills. What is more, there is no just one product of a specific brand that you should use for this make-up. In other words – you have full discretion! You can use three different products you only need to remember that those need to have the same color. You can also use one product. The most important this is that make-up needs to create beautiful consistency.

Which celebrities fell in love with monochromatic make-up?

  • Valentina Ferragni
  • Rosie Huntington Whiteley
  • Dua Lipa
  • Nikki Wolff (the make-up artist behind the make-up of the above-mentioned celebrities)
  • Nikkie Tutorials
  • Elsa Hosk
  • Margot Robbie
  • Rihanna

As you can see there are quite a few of them! You if want to get inspired you should look up the celebrities above. You can also type #monochromaticmakeup on Instagram where you will find 34 thousand inspiring pictures!

Which colors should you try for monochromatic make-up?

The colors that are most desired for it are shades of:

  • orange
  • pink
  • beige
  • red
  • violet
  • brown

Depending on the color of choosing your make-up can be subtle day make-up, romantic option for a date, or true madness for an all-night party.

Why should you try monochromatic make-up?

  • it’s execution is exceptionally quick
  • you don’t need to be a master make-up artist for the make-up to look good
  • it doesn’t require many cosmetics
  • you are the one how chooses which colors you want to try

What to use for monochromatic make-up?

I particularly recommend mixing the cosmetics that you have in your make-up bag. That is why you can use your favorite lipstick for lips, cheeks, and eyes. You can obviously use, e.g. blusher only for cheeks and eyes and skip the lips. If you have some interesting color in your eyeshadow palette you can go ahead and experiment. Even in monochromatic make-up, you can feel like a star. When it comes to monochromatic make-up you can be a little bit wild and the effect will be great!