Just because Thanksgiving is supposed to be about spending time with loved ones and eating an embarrassing amount of food, that doesn’t mean your makeup can’t be slayed too. Ahead, we’ve rounded up the best Thanksgiving makeup tutorials the internet has to offer — from a culturally poignant take on the holiday’s origins to the sparkly fall look you’ll want to wear all year round.


See our favorite Thanksgiving makeup looks ahead:


Full, Thanksgiving Glam

If you have a particularly glam holiday on the horizon, don’t be afraid to try this look by Esmeralda Gudino. She pairs a pink and orange half-cut crease eye look paired with deep orange for a beat you’ll want to wear on every special occasion. There’s also a little sparkle too, an easy way to take your look to the next level.


 

The Perfect Natural Makeup Tutorial

In the event that you’re going for a look that’s a little more natural and subdued, try this tutorial by Marie Jay — an effortless makeup look that only uses a little eyeshadow and a neutral lip. This tutorial is perfect for beginners and uses skills you likely already have up your sleeve.

 

 

 

The Perfect Mix of Natural and Glam

Somewhere between glam and natural makeup is this look by Jaelah Majette, a easy tutorial that you can definitely DIY. This makeup look is flawless yet neutral and will make any and every family selfie look fire.


 

 

Berry, Berry Pretty

A glam holiday slay we’d wear every day if we could, this look by James Charles is one of our favorites. He pairs a berry eye with berry lips which makes for a monochrome look we’d like to wear to every event this holiday season.

 

 

 

For the Beginner Beauty Guru

The tutorial ahead by Too Much Mouth is perfect for a beginner beauty junkie who hasn’t quite mastered the smoky eye yet. She pairs a classic winged liner with a chocolate gloss and soft contour for an understated but incredibly chic look.

 

 

 

Watch First, Ask Questions Later

While thanksgiving has come to be a celebration of family and maybe more importantly, food — it’s important to remember its origins and disrupt long held beliefs about the “First Thanksgiving”. This humorous and poignant tutorial by Sailor J does just that, and proves you can enjoy the holiday while still being mindful of how it all began.


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