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  • Writer's pictureEunice Losantas-Sevalla

Grad Glam: Achieving Classy and Chic Graduation Makeup


Creating the ultimate graduation makeup look is all about nailing that perfect balance between classy and confident vibes. So, picture this: you're about to rock that cap and gown, and your makeup game is on point. Just like the look I created for Kayla. Start with a smooth base, using a foundation that matches your skin tone – nothing too heavy, just enough to even things out and let your natural beauty shine.



Now, let's talk eyes. Go for those soft, warm tones with an eyeshadow palette that vibes with your style and outfit. Pop a bit of shimmer on your lids to catch that light, and add a tad of depth with a slightly darker shade in the crease. A little winged eyeliner action will give your eyes that subtle "I got this" look. Throw a wispy false eyelashes and a couple coats of waterproof mascara – trust me, those graduation tears won't stand a chance.



Don't forget those brows! Groom them, but not like you're entering a brow competition. Fill in any gaps with a brow pencil that matches your hair color, keeping it low-key but on fleek.


Check out the video to see how I brought this look to life


Flushed cheeks are a must – a touch of blush gives you that "just excited, not nervous" glow. And hello, highlighter! Hit your cheekbones, nose bridge, and upper lip with a bit of shimmer to catch those camera flashes.


Lips – go for a lip color that's you, whether it's bold or barely-there. A long-lasting lipstick or even a lip stain keeps you covered for all the chatting, laughing, and well-deserved celebrating. Line those lips if you're feeling extra fancy.


Wrap it up with a spritz of setting spray, because your makeup should party as hard as you do. The name of the game here is easygoing elegance that shows off your personality and all you've achieved. Time to toss that cap and own that moment! 🎓🎉



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