Valentine’s Day hits a little different this year. But even if you don’t have any extravagant plans beyond eating chocolate at home, February 14th is still the perfect day to try out a new eye makeup look. Who doesn’t want to play with shimmer or a red, pink, and purple color palette? If anything, getting dressed and glammed will lift your spirits—and we could all use that.

If you still don’t believe us, just scroll down and try not to fall in love with these gorgeous Valentine’s Day eye makeup ideas. We rounded up 16 easy celeb-inspired eye ideas to take your V-Day makeup to the next level.

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1. Classic Neutrals

This color palette is classic for a reason. Match a smoky eye with a nude lip and you can’t go wrong.

2. Purple Haze

Purple eyeshadow makes a killer cat-eye even more fun and romantic. Pair it with red blush and matching lipstick for the ultimate colorful V-day look.

3. Soft Glow

Pink and red not your thing? No problem. Try a little gold shimmer on the eyes to get an iridescent yet subtle glow.

4. Pop of Color

This bright, sky-blue graphic liner is the non-traditional Valentine’s Day makeup look we can’t wait to try this year.

5. Lavender Smoke

Pink shadow isn’t for everyone, but lavender is. Sweep it all over the lid and extend it out below the waterline and below the brow. Match it with a glossy berry lip for a gorgeous look.

6. Vampire Diaries

Go monochromatic with a deep oxblood lip and matching shadow. It’s moody but still romantic.

7. Bold Berry

As Nina Dobrev proves with her stained raspberry eyeshadow and lips, there’s nothing wrong with doubling up on one gorgeous shade.

8. Graphic Shimmer

Your date won’t be able to look away from this one, courtesy of makeup artist Hung Vanngo. Vanngo combined lines of coral eyeliner, black eyeliner, and ultra-shimmery shadow for an artistic effect on Lily Aldridge.

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9. ’90s Beige

Light brown shadow like Naomi Scott’s isn’t just on-trend right now, it also flatters every skin tone it touches.

10. Pink Goes Punk

Pink for Valentine’s Day is hardly groundbreaking. But if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. Reach for a pretty pink metallic shade for some shimmer.

11. Liner Only

A deep wine liner color is so striking on its own that you just need to trace your upper lid with it and you’re done. Layer on some black mascara to define your eyes if you want something more dramatic.

12. Negative Space

When in doubt, reach for your trusty black eyeliner (or a thin liner brush) and create a winged, negative-space liner look.

13. Golden Hour

Can’t decide on a shadow color? Only use one: gold traced all around the lid, with a touch of golden highlighter at the inner corner of the eye, is a monochromatic look we can get behind.

14. Subtle Sultry

You don’t need loud colors to make a statement. If bright and bold colors aren’t your thing, reach for muted nudes blended with rose-pink eye shadows for a sultry look.

15. Pretty In Pink

Pastels look pretty on everyone—even those of us who prefer a palette of nude and black. A shimmery pink shadow traced across the lid looks cool—not cutesy—when paired with a lip color and blush in a similar shade.

16. Keep It Monochromatic

No need to mix a bunch of different shades or color schemes when you’ve already got the perfect color. We’re loving this unusual burnt orange shade to bring some warmth to your face — even when it feels like zero degrees outside.

This article originally appered in Harper’s BAZAAR US.

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