15 of the Most Popular Makeup Hacks on Pinterest

Learn how to make your cheekbones pop, how to conceal under-eye circles, and more.

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Learn how to make your cheekbones pop, how to conceal under-eye circles, and more.

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Pick the right foundation.

Ensure you're choosing the best shade of foundation by testing products on your neck—not your forearm or wrist.

Get the tutorial at BuzzFeed.

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Use highlighter.

Apply highlighter to the inner corner of your eye and the center of your eyelid to appear more awake, then add some just beneath your eyebrow to create an instant lift.

Get the tutorial at Imgur.

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Apply mascara the right way.

Make your eyelashes longer and fuller by wiggling the applicator back and forth as you apply mascara to top lashes. Then turn the brush vertically to precisely apply mascara to your bottom lashes.

Get the tutorial at Cosmopolitan.

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Master liquid eyeliner.

Use a small piece of scotch tape to flawlessly apply liquid eyeliner every time.

Get the tutorial at Harper's Bazaar.

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Shape your eyebrows.

Filling in your eyebrows doesn't have to be a lengthy process. Keep it simple by using a brow powder or pencil to define a bottom line, and then smudge upward and blend.

Get the tutorial at Covergirl.

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Cover under-eye circles.

Color-correcting makeup is one of the best ways to hide your skin's flaws, and this hack nails it. Use red lipstick followed by concealer to mask and hide under-eye circles.

Get the tutorial at Painted Ladies.

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Make your cheekbones pop.

Use bronzer and brush in these exact spots to enhance your bone structure and emphasize cheekbones.

Get the tutorial at BuzzFeed.

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The foolproof smoky eye.

Create a smoky eye in two steps with this easy idea. Use an eyeliner pencil or smudge stick to draw a hashtag sign on the outer corner of your eyelid, and then blend.

Get the tutorial at Cosmopolitan.com.

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Make lipstick last all day.

Make your lipstick last hours longer by sealing it. Set lipstick by holding a tissue over lips and then lightly dusting translucent powder over the tissue.

Get the tutorial at Lauren Conrad.

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Set your makeup by baking it.

Make your face glow and ensure your look lasts all day with this trendy technique, called "baking." By letting your makeup set and finishing with a translucent powder, your look will last longer.

Get the tutorial at Today.com.

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Make your products multitask.

Use your favorite shade of lip liner or lipstick as a blush. Lightly apply the product on cheeks and blend—it's that easy!

Get the tutorial at SheKnows.

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Rely on a spoon.

Master tricky makeup techniques like contouring, applying mascara without making a mess, and more with a simple spoon.

Get the tutorial at Pop Sugar.

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