Back in 2016, Instagram added the "saved" section to every profile, and the beauty game was changed forever. 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, inspiration can still be hard to find when you're inundated with hundreds — no, 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 upcoming weeks.
Ahead, check out 31 looks to try this October.
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Who said glitter has to be messy? This bold and precise look created by makeup artist Marika D'Auteuil proves it can be sharp and clean.
Ever heard of matching your makeup to your hair color? Zoey Deutch has. She rocked this monochromatic makeup look to the premiere of her new show, The Politician. To no one's surprise, it looked really good.
This wouldn't be a proper guide to October makeup inspiration without a photo of Bella Hadid during Fashion Week. Consider trying this slick brow eyeliner, designed by makeup artist Inge Grognard, when you're in the mood for a unique look that isn't too technical.
Date-night beauty is whatever you make it. Looking for ideas? This plum eyeshadow and nude lip combination is a good start.
Euphoria is still everywhere — from New York Fashion Week runways to Instagram beauty stars' faces. Case in point: Artist Rain's dripping crystal tears.
Say bon voyage to lime-green eyeliner; seafoam eyeshadow is coming to take its place. Proof: These glossy lids created by makeup artist Erin Parsons.
Gigi Hadid's floating crease, done by Patrick Ta, is the perfect example of how to transition your favorite summer neons into fall.
No makeup look has ever appeared more effortless and fuss-free than this lilac liquid shadow by makeup artist Rachel Goodwin.
How to master spidery lashes: Sweep Chanel's Volume Ultra-Noir De Chanel through your lashes — and then do that exact step about three more times.
Euphoria star Maude Apatow proves that old Hollywood makeup tricks still work in 2019. Leaving a sliver of negative space between your upper and lower lashline will make you look wide awake (even when you're totally not).
Priyanka Chopra makes a case for autumnal color palettes. After seeing this look by makeup artist Mary Phillips, we seriously considered a bulk purchase of mauve lipsticks.
When perfecting your cat-eye seems impossible, opt for a strip of sticky rhinestones instead. Glue them to your upper lashline, et voilà! You're ready to head out the door.
If Kill Bill inspired your next beauty look, it'd look a lot like Joey King's black-and-yellow wing.
Feed your '90s nostalgia with a simple wash of icy-blue eyeshadow. It won't magically turn you into Maya Hawke, but it'll look rad.
If glitter is involved, make it the center of attention by keeping your base and lip relatively low-key.
Do dark lipsticks wash you out? Opt for a red lip that has orange undertones to brighten up your complexion, just like Lily James.
Fall makeup wish list: navy-blue eyeshadow (with just the slightest pop of silver glitter).
Shine bright like a disco ball with teeny-tiny rhinestones glued around the eyelid.
Or, swap out the silver stones for ones with an amber hue, like Karrueche.
Neutrals not your thing? Copy Lizzo with this Rainbow Brite-inspired spectrum of color.
Speaking of undereye liner, makeup artist Jo Baker recently introduced Instagram to this eye-opening hack, which she's calling "icy dash liner." All you need is, well, icy-white eyeliner (or frosty white mascara, if you can find it).
Inner-corner strobing will never die — especially if it looks as cool as Dove Cameron's punchy pink iteration.
When you want to hold onto sunny weather before Nor'easter season begins, there's this bright and bold graphic liner.
The best match for platinum eyes? Clean and polished skin, according to makeup artist Tyron Machhausen, who created this epic eye on Zazie Beetz.
Skipping the mascara and eyeliner sounds risky, but when your matte-brown shadow looks this good, it's totally worth it.
Never underestimate the power of gold highlighter. Just ask Lais Ribeiro.
Mastering this funky look only takes two things: Fenty Beauty vivid liners in Wet T-shirt and Hot Tub Club.
Kiersey Clemons' makeup is always magical, but this purple eye is on another level. Pair it with a set of falsies, and you'll feel unstoppable.
When the glitter is so good, it doesn't even have to go on your eyelid…
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