OK, here’s how all ages can pull off holographic makeup — and where to buy

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Alright, so before we dive into how to pull off holographic makeup, let’s just get one thing clear: Anyone, at any age, can wear holographic makeup. As more of us are at home and spending time on FaceTime and Zoom calls, it’s important to remember that makeup can (and should) be fun.

There are a lot of ways to wear holographic makeup, depending on your mood and level of fearlessness. Plus, holographic makeup has the power to liven up a look quickly. This is great if you are going out with friends or your boo after a long day — or even on solo dates!

If you want to be subtle, you can go in with a highlighter stick and add just a touch on the cheeks or a swipe on the eye. For something bolder, a holographic lip or something more pigmented on the face can work.

Whatever you do, remember to have fun!

Metallic Glitter, $6.50

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For those who want a statement on the eyes, these loose glitters are perfect. They come in six ultra-reflective shades and are buildable depending on how bold you want to go.

Holographic Plumping Lip Polish Top Coat, $15 (Orig. $21)

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Plump your lips with this gloss that comes in five holographic shades. Also, you can wear these on their own or on top of your favorite lipstick.

Holographic Stick, $20 (Orig. $28)

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One of the original holographic beauty products, the Milk Makeup holographic stick is great if you want to add a glow highlight on the cheeks, lips and eyes. It’s made with meteorite powder and twilight pearls, giving you an otherworldly glow.

Sublime Skin Highlighting Trio, $50

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If you want some versatility, this highlighting trio by Pat McGrath Labs is perfect for your needs. It’s a trio of pearl-infused highlighters that you can wear individually or blend together.

Liquid Eyeshadow, $20.30 (Orig. $29)

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You don’t have to wear a bright color to tap into the holographic trend. These liquid eyeshadows by Laura Mercier come in more muted tones but still have a metallic finish.

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