Love is in the air and we are truly feeling the vibes. Whether you're celebrating Galentine's, Palentine's or good ole’ anti-consumerism, you are going to gush over these looks influenced by Valentine's Day.


Lobster and hearts are a match made in heaven and @indiarose_makeup does it perfectly in this quintessential Valentine’s Day liner using our brushes.


@alicekingmakeup creates this super cute liner using Cola, Roses, Brush 1 and the Shape Shifter Palette. Perfect for a cheeky date!


Here’s @loisxmaya using the Maytahmi Palette and Brush Set, along with our Cotton Candy Split Liner to create this flirty, floral look. 


We fell head over heels the moment we saw this heart look by @alexajdmakeup using liners in Lobster, Cotton Candy, Fuchsia and Roses. Gorgeous!


Inspiring lovers all over the internet, @meyloetta blew us away with this Valentine’s heart doodle makeup using the Fairy Freak Palette. Too adorable!


 @indiarose_makeup stole all of the hearts when she came up with this look using ‘literally every slightly pink shade’ she could find! We’re smitten.


@hollifer dreamt up this romantic Valentine’s day look using our Split Liners, Peppa and Red Velvet and it is just…sigh… *loses self in eye*


It was love at first sight when  @fairy.freak came out with this sexy, smokey eye using Lobster, Jasper and Aluminium for detail. Will you be our bloody valentine?


Using our UV Split Liner, Strawberry Cheesecake, @audynounette gets us hot under the collar with this fiery pink look. We’re in love!

1. swept us off of our feet with this detailed, heart- bridge liner using our Wet Liners in Strawberry and Flamingo. Beautifully constructed and literally the Queen of hearts!

Oh come on, it wasn't that mushy! If you weren’t feeling the love before, you certainly will be now. Who needs a date when you have Glisten Cosmetics as your Valentine, eh?

Which looks will you be recreating at home? Tag us online @glisten_cosmetics on Instagram and @glistencosmetics on TikTok plus, don’t forget to comment and subscribe below.

By Erin O'Neill

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