30 Instagram-Worthy Beauty Looks To Try This April

Photo: Via @vanessahudgens.
December 14th, 2016 was a good day for Instagram users. Why? Because that was the day the app added a "Saved" section to every profile, instantly giving all of us the ability to secretly catalog any post.
For beauty lovers, this was big. 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, there's no denying the fact that inspiration can be hard to find when you're inundated with hundreds — nay, 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 next. Ahead, check out 30 looks to try this April.
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Pink and red might just be our favorite color combination right now. Here, makeup artist Emily Cheng paired pale pink shadow with glossy red lips on actress Shioli Kutsuna.
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A layer of eye gloss takes Amandla Stenberg's look from natural to edgy in two seconds flat.
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Bold-red lips and barely-there eye makeup will dominate 2018. Bonus points if you have a cute sister you can rock it with.
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This could be the easiest smoky eye ever. Simply wrap a layer of metallic green liner around your entire eye and blend the edges out with a smudger.
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It may still be chilly in New York City, but makeup artist Katie Jane Hughes is ready for spring with this rainbow fantasy eye.
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Twiggy lashes, seen here on musician Dua Lipa, will never, ever get old. Try 'em with a waterproof formula when the temps rise.
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Looking to upgrade your go-to cat-eye? Make it subtly ombré like R29er Meghal Janardan did.
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Bella Thorne's bold cat-eye is ready for festival season. Copy the look by tracing an electric teal liner or shadow (we like this one) on your top and bottom lash lines in a winged-out shape.
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Zendaya kept things fresh and dewy with minimal eye makeup and a heavy dose of highlighter.
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A singular dot of black liner on your lower lashline delivers an instant doe-eyed effect.
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This spring, pair lilac shadow with brown liner for a fresh take on a traditional smoky eye.
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Matching your lipstick and eyeshadow is an easy way to pull a look together fast. Here, makeup artist Hung Vanngo swept burnt orange shadow into the crease of his model's eye to match her lips.
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Why play it coy with your contour when you can go big?
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Model Stella Maxwell does inner-corner strobing with silver like a pro.
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Black liner and red lips? So expected. Switch things up with teal and pink and no one will be able to stop talking about your look.
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Makeup artist Celine Bernaerts jazzed up a cat-eye by drawing a second wing on the bottom lashline and adding a touch of silver glitter.
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Play with adding a layer of faux freckles to a bare face like photographer Lumia Nocito.
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We're green with envy over model Joan Smalls cool color scheme.
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There's a lot going on in this look — hot pink shadow, smudgy bottom liner, orange lips — but model Stasya Rin makes it look so effortless.
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When it doubt, add glitter. Lots and lots of glitter.
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Winged-out shadow doesn't just look badass, it also has the ability to lift and elongate the eye.
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Model Salem Mitchell's gorgeous freckles steal the show, but that orange lip is pretty great, too.
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Match your brows to your dye job by sweeping a matte shadow in the same shade onto your arches instead of your usual brow product, or try Benefit's new tint.
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Makeup artist Pati Dubroff swept a layer of Lemonhead's glitter paste onto Margot Robbie's lids, inner corners, and cheekbones to create this whimsical look.
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This influencer rocked two of our favorite trends — white liner and dotted makeup — but kept things cohesive by using the same shade.
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We love this deep blue eye by makeup artist Grace Pae, especially because it couldn't be easier to do. Simply tap a layer of matte blue shadow (we like this one) onto your lids and finish off with mascara.
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Makeup artist Ana Tak makes a strong case for getting out of your comfort zone with sunshine eyes.
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Yara Shahidi is well aware of just how flattering purple eyeshadow is to brown irises.
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We love how Rita Ora's dusty rose eye makeup subtly complements her pink suit.
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Makeup artist Lottie tapped some orange shadow onto model Sarah Marie Rod's inner corners. Not only does this serve as an inner corner highlight, but it creates a cool ombré effect with the pink shadow on Rod's lids.
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