31 Instagram-Worthy Beauty Looks To Try This May

14th December 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 catalogue 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 31 looks to try this May.

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Patrick Ta has been using lilac shadow on a number of celebrity clients, including Olivia Munn recently. He paired it with a bit of pink blush and nude lipstick for a fairytale feel.
We love this icy blue eye on The Handmaid's Tale actress Madeline Brewer, especially because it couldn't be easier to do. Simply tap a layer of matte blue shadow onto your lids and finish off with a swipe of black eyeliner.
A departure from her usual dark smoky eye, Mila Kunis opted for diffused brown liner and lots of lashes for an event earlier this week.
A touch of pink highlighter on Deepika Padukone's inner corners livens up an otherwise dark and brooding look.
Alicia Keys' beauty look is the epitome of "business in the front, party in the back." The star matched her blue mascara with the blue ribbons running through her braids.
Red, green, and silver shadow may not seem like an obvious combination, but makeup and hair duo Alana and Maddie Alper kept this model's look from veering too bold by pairing it with fresh skin and a clean bun.
Shades of purple will be everywhere this summer, whether you're looking at Instagram or the red carpet. Jump on the bandwagon early by copying Zoë Kravitz's lilac smoky eye by makeup artist Nina Park.
Yara Shahidi's slicked-back hair, wash of matte pink shadow, and rouged cheeks pairs beautifully with her pink gown.
Constance Wu took monochromatic makeup to the next level by matching her lipstick and eye makeup to her hair.
We love reaching for a pot of duo-chrome shadow (these are a favourite) when we're in a pinch. The shimmery finish looks gorgeous all over the lid with just a touch of mascara.
Makeup artist Celine Bernaerts just showed us exactly how that Popsicle-stained summer lip we dream of every time the temps rise is done.
Coloured eyebrows may sound intimidating, but they're worth pushing yourself out of your comfort zone for.
Add a touch of iridescent sparkle to your inner corners to instantly perk up tired eyes.
Matching your makeup to your ensemble instantly pulls a look together.
Upgrade your go-to cat-eye by swiping a fun coloured liner (like this electric blue shade on Dua Lipa) onto your bottom lashline.
We're calling it: lots of highlighter, barely-there eyes, and a bold red lip will be our go-to night-out look this summer.
Tracee Ellis Ross simplified things further, pairing sun-kissed skin with a no-budge red — and nothing else.
Gigi Hadid doesn't follow bullshit rules about saving oxblood lipstick for winter — and you shouldn't either.
But if you don't want to let your favourite coral go, we feel that, too. Our favourite? This one from Clē Cosmetics.
Amandla Stenberg makes the case for matte red lipstick and earthy terracotta shadow.
Proof that you can never be too extra: Artist Teisha Williams added a layer of glitter to her hot-pink graphic eye and sparkled under the sunshine.
This on-trend blue eye look gets an upgrade with a hit of inner-corner strobing.
This cool take on the colour-blocking trend was inspired by painter Gustav Klimt.
Artist Anna-Karin Hellborg is giving us serious Debbie Harry vibes.
Zendaya went for an all-over glow with lots of highlighter and gloss. You might as well do the same, because the weather is going to make you shiny whether you like it or not.
Let an unusual shade like mustard yellow take centre stage by pairing it with a few coats of mascara and glowing skin.
A handful of individual lashes placed carefully on the bottom lashline gives a Twiggy-like effect without all the runny mascara.
Makeup artist Nate Matthew's graphic remix of the cat-eye is even easier to do than the original, because you don't have to squint and pray you're getting the line across the top lashline perfectly even.
Rich brown and mauve shadows make for a slightly more unexpected smoky eye.
Vanessa Hudgens loves a "brassy undereye" — a layer of bronze underliner that softly defines the lashline without looking too stark.
This look is the makeup trend trifecta: Inner-corner strobing, dotted liner, and monochromatic pink makeup all make an appearance.
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