7 Enchanting makeup looks to easily copy from star beauty bloggers

Dec 16, 2015 at 1:30 p.m. ET
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If you ever feel like you're in a makeup rut, scrolling through Instagram or YouTube is a fantastic way to get some new makeup inspiration. But between the different blogs, YouTube channels, websites and Pinterest boards, it can be a daunting task to sift through the bunch.

To make your hunt for a fun new beauty look to try just a tad easier, we found seven creative makeup tutorials you're actually going to want to try. Get your mascara wands ready!

1. Blushing pink from Keiko Lynn

Keiko Lynn DIY Makeup
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Beauty blogger Keiko Lynn created this soft pink look with a touch of shadow, a flick of eyeliner and a blushing rose lipstick.

2. A purple cat eye and pink lips from Hello October

Hello October DIY Makeup
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Suzie from Hello October created a quirky combo for anyone looking to break the mold. This purple cat eye and pink lip combo is a winner for any cocktail party.

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3. A burgundy matte lip from Lily Pebbles

Lily Pebbles DIY Makeup
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UK blogger Lily Pebbles shared her favorite shades and tricks to get this potent pout on her eponymous blog.

4. Autumn bronzed lids from I Covet Thee

I Covet Thee DIY Makeup
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I Covet Thee blogger Alix created a step-by-step video to show you how to master this bronzed smoky eye in under 10 minutes. We can't stop staring at her mesmerizing transformation.

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5. A navy smoky eye from Life With Me

Life With Me DIY Makeup
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If you're ready to take your nighttime look up a notch, take a cue from Mariana from Life With Me. This hazy, navy smoky eye is a quick way to accentuate darker eye colors.

6. A touch of emerald from Maskcara

Maskcara DIY Makeup
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In case you're not as adventurous with your eyeshadow selection, look to Cara of Maskcara to solve all your color woes. In this makeup tutorial, she teaches you how to dab a pinch of emerald in the corner of your lid to make your look pop.

7. The femme fatale from Cityscape-Bliss

CityScape-Bliss DIY Makeup
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To really amp up your look, opt for a retro-inspired feline flick and deep cherry lipstick. This tutorial from Cityscape-Bliss is a must-try for any vintage fan.

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