2022’s Top Celebrity Makeup Looks


In the past, celebrity makeup had a certain impenetrable quality. Cosmetics professionals studied the magnificent beauty looks that were saved for the red carpet by looking through paparazzi photos. Because readers were kept in the dark regarding the sources of inspiration or painting techniques used, they resorted to skillfully copying the artistically painted faces. Then the social media era started.

With the advent of Instagram, our favourite celebrities may now upload up-close photos and instructional videos of their staged personas in addition to writing their own stories. Existing entry obstacles have been eliminated, making it possible for even beauty novices to learn the intricate methods required to produce celebrity makeup.

The MUAs of today have also become very well-known, and a few of them have gained cult followings as a consequence of their in-depth tutorials that show viewers how to replicate a certain trend or makeup style.

The month of January was dominated by bright makeup hues, from retro-inspired pastel tints to edgy metallic versions. Key celebrities with dewy complexions included Kaia Gerber, HoYeon Jung, Lisa from Blackpink, and many others, who also happened to be on trend.

If we didn’t mention the many lacquered lips we saw, most of which had a high-shine finish and came in shades ranging from apricot to chocolate brown, we’d be negligent. Here are the top 12 celebrity makeup styles so far in 2022.

The top 12 celebrity makeup trends for 2022

from Blackpink, Lisa

2022’s Top Celebrity Makeup Looks

Talk about straining the limits of compatibility. Lisa goes over and beyond by blending her new hair colour with a delicate rose-gold eyeshadow on her lids.

Dunia Lipa

Shiny blue eyeshadow looks particularly spectacular when paired with a subtle neon accent. We can’t say that Dua Lipa’s leading this intriguing and party-ready trend surprises us.


Lizzo wearing scarcely there makeup on RuPaul’s Drag Race would be insane. Her immaculate cut-crease and beautifully manicured baby hairs go together perfectly.

Ferreira, Barbie

Famous hairstylist Orlando Pita gave Ferreira’s hair a bold makeover. The new colour has a brightening effect, making intense cosmetic colours appear brighter and more vibrant than before.

Sweeney, Sydney

The gorgeous spider lashes and pastel makeup on Sydney Sweeney, a co-star in Euphoria, are evocative of the biggest fashion trends of the 1970s.

Jung HoYeon

HoYeon draws notice with her wonderfully feathered haircut, which also draws attention to her dewy face and smudged eyeliner.


The colourful liner feels more wearable when paired with a complementary eyeshadow hue. Avani is a living example of how wonderfully pink and purple blend together.

The Morphe x Avani Gregg For The Bebs Artistry Palette was used by Avani to create this look.

Cameron, Dove

Undoubtedly, many people will turn to gaze at a modest metallic wing. Dove is quite insightful.

Ingrid Gerber

Big brows and flowing hair convey vintage Hollywood glamour that doesn’t seem cliched but rather timeless, Kaia is aware of this.

from Blackpink, Jisoo

Who doesn’t like to wear glittery makeup occasionally? Jisoo selects a hydrating lip oil with an equally vibrant gloss and a copper shade with a high-shine finish.

Jisoo created this look with the Diorshow Iconic Overcurl 090 Black, the Diorshow 5 Couleurs Couture 859 Pink Corolle, and the Dior Lip Glow in 001 Pink.


This difficult makeup trend is easy to perfect once you know which red colour goes best with your skin tone. As proven by Moonbyul, the basic rule is that those with fairer skin tones should select light, pink-based colours, those with olive skin tones should select reds with orange undertones, and those with darker skin tones should select burgundy colours and deep-red hues.


If you want to dip your toes into the neon cosmetics craze, take a cue from Pony and begin using neon makeup sparingly.

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