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13 Out of This World Galaxy Makeup Ideas

Faux freckles were a thing early this year with a lot of editorial spread following the movement and the creative people all around the world took it to the next level  by creating out of this world galaxy makeup ideas.

13 Out of This World Galaxy Makeup Ideas

Be inspired by these creative galaxy makeup ideas

Makeup isn’t just to enhance someone’s natural beauty, in fact, the theories behind it are used in painting and visual arts as well so it’s almost hard to find an excuse not to get creative. Straight out of Instagram, check out the newest trend in creative makeup, here are thirteen galaxy makeup ideas:


Galaxy Makeup Idea 1:


This simple and artsy take on the galaxy makeup look uses a mix of red, blue, and white. Dot it with white stars and keep playful.


Galaxy Makeup Idea 2:

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Adding false lashes to the look also gives it more detail just like what Jillfelixmakeup did here. Highlight the higher planes of the face and this galaxy makeup look will work like a charm on anyone.


Galaxy Makeup Idea 3:

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This galaxy makeup by Ivykungu is a wonderful example of the use of color theory on women of color. Her strategic placement and the use of purple lips really put this look together.


Galaxy Makeup Idea 4:

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This creation by openmindfreesoul works really well because of the contrast and the highly saturated pigments of the makeup art. Taking details and putting it in careful precision on the face with a high shimmer lip takes this look to the next level.


Galaxy Makeup Idea 5:

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What.a.fluke’s galaxy makeup look was placed strategically on her face’s shadowy planes that beautifully show off her bone structure.


Galaxy Makeup Idea 6:

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Extending the star-freckled makeup look to your decolletage and shoulders makes this look more like a sculptural art piece, especially including the brows and lashes.


Galaxy Makeup Idea 7:

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Twistinbangs used purple color on her hair to create a monochrome theme that brings together the whole look, the bluish hue also creates a beautiful contrast to the reds and the pinks on the makeup art.


Galaxy Makeup Idea 8:

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Taking the sparkles and putting on the lip balances this look wonderfully, making it simple yet high impact queenofluna opt to use the darker colors in the spectrum of purples and pinks.


Galaxy Makeup Idea 9:


Simple, clean, and elegant. Another idea you can take from lottierobertsmakeupartist, she brought edginess to this look with a pop of purple contact lenses.


Galaxy Makeup Idea 10:

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How about we move to the outer edges of the galaxy, a truly other-worldly take on galaxy makeup, this piece by Sara_strange_art make me feel like we are not alone.


Galaxy Makeup Idea 11:

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Another idea is to merge the galaxy makeup look with another look just like what abuiac_mua did.  A clown-inspired, galaxy makeup look, quite ingenious.


Galaxy Makeup Idea 12:

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I have to say, this look by Celinemakeupartist has a special place in my heart. It almost feels like I am looking at the center of a black hole: dark, cosmic, and beautiful.


Galaxy Makeup Idea 13:

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This  idea of a  lip art by missJazminaD allows you to play with the galaxy makeup look in full details on such little space.


Check out this video tutorial of a simple galaxy makeup look by  Miranda Hedman:


Do you have your own galaxy makeup look idea? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below;

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  • Patricia
    Posted May 29, 2017 at 11:11 am

    I liked the post, then you said “it’s like looking into a black hole”, no, it’s not. A black hole is literally a black hole, it is emptiness, it is like looking into the void, a literal black hole. The only light are the wispy tendrils around its border, being sucked in, as it becomes bigger and bigger. A black hole does not hold stars.

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