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15 Makeup Looks To Try This Pride

Happy Pride month! We celebrate Pride this month to commemorate the Stonewall Riots that happened in June of 1969. This was in response to a police raid at the Stonewall Inn in New York City. The uprising marked a turning point in the fight for LGBTQ+ rights. Now we celebrate all the progress the queer community has made in the world. Here 15 makeup looks to wear at this year’s Pride parade.

1. Rainbow Pride Eyeshadow

These Pride makeup looks represent the rainbow flag. The gay flag, also known as the LGBTQIA+ flag, symbolizes the entire queer community. The colors of the rainbow pride flag are black, brown, white, pink, light blue, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple. Each color in the rainbow pride flag has a different meaning. Black represents diversity, brown represents inclusivity, red represents life, orange represents healing, yellow represents sunlight, green represents nature,  blue represents harmony, purple represents spirit, and white, pink, and light blue were added to represent the transgender community.
This rainbow pride eyeshadow is bold, sparkly, and beautiful. It takes skill and a steady hand to get a look like this. This bold design is exactly the type of look you’d want to wear to Pride. It’s instagram worthy and is sure to turn heads.

2. Rainbow Pride Facial Art

This rainbow pride facial art is simpler than the eyeshadow, making it a great choice for those of us who aren’t makeup gurus. It’s a rainbow line going diagonal across your face, so you can literally show your stripes.

3. Rainbow Pride Lip Art

This rainbow pride lip art is too pretty. The lip art looks like something you would see on Euphoria. Feel like a superstar with these starry rainbow lips.  Just don’t accidentally eat one of the stars.

4. Lesbian Pride Eye Makeup

These Pride makeup looks represent the lesbian flag. The colors of the lesbian flag are dark orange, orange, light orange, white, pink, dusty pink, and dark rose. Lesbian is defined as a woman who is attracted to other women. Each color in the lesbian flag has a different meaning. Dark orange represents gender non-conformity, orange represents independence, light orange represents community, white represents unique relationships to womanhood, pink represents serenity and peace, dusty pink represents love and sex, and dark rose represents femininity.

This eye makeup of the lesbian flag is a good look to try this pride. It’s bright, loud, and proud. You’ll feel great in this stunning look while you party at Pride.

5. Lesbian Pride Lip Art

This lesbian pride lip art is beautiful and creative. Glossy lips are always a good choice, and this look has seven shades of gloss that represents the lesbian flag. Rock this vibrant look and enjoy the parade.

6. Bisexual Pride Eyeshadow

These Pride makeup looks represent the bisexual flag. The colors of the bisexual flag are pink, blue, and purple. Bisexual is when a person is attracted to both women and men. Each color in the bisexual flag has a different meaning. Pink represents same-sex attraction, blue represents opposite-sex attraction, and purple represents the attraction to both.

This eyeshadow look is beautiful, the rhinestones really help it stand out. It’s so good, you can wear it after Pride too.

7. Bisexual Pride Lip Art

This metallic lip art is also a bold look you can wear to Pride or on a regular day. It perfectly combines the colors of the bisexual pride flag to create a glamorous look.

8. Pansexual Pride Eyeshadow

These Pride makeup looks represent the pansexual flag. The colors of the pansexual flag are pink, blue, and yellow. Pansexuality is the romantic, emotional, and/or sexual attraction to people regardless of their gender. Each color in the pansexual flag has a different meaning. Pink represents the attraction to women, blue represents the attraction to men, and yellow represents the attraction to those of a non-binary gender.

This pansexual pride look matches the eyeliner with the eyeshadow, and the glitter in the corner of the eye is a nice touch.

9. Pansexual Pride Eyeshadow & Lipstick

This is a full face look. The eyeshadow on one eye represents the pink stripe on the pansexual pride flag, the eyeshadow on the other eye represents the yellow stripe, and the blue lipstick represents the blue stripe.

10. Transgender Pride Eyeshadow

These Pride makeup looks represent the transgender flag. The colors of the transgender flag are light blue, pink, and white. Transgender is an umbrella term for people whose gender identity, gender expression, or gender behavior does not conform to that typically associated with the sex they were assigned at birth. Each color in the transgender flag has a different meaning. Light blue represents boys, pink represents girls, and white represents those who are transitioning, who feel they have a neutral or no gender, and those who are intersex. Intersex people are individuals born with any of several sex characteristics including chromosome patterns, gonads, or genitals that do not fit the male or female binary.

This look uses the colors of the transgender pride flag to make this beautiful eyeshadow. The cut crease is strong with this one. Definitely try this one out at Pride.

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11. Transgender Pride Eyeshadow

This pride look uses the colors of the transgender flag for the eyeshadow and incorporates the intersex symbol on the cat eye. This is a creative and unique look to try at Pride.

12. Asexual Pride Eyeshadow

These Pride makeup looks represent the asexual flag. The colors of the asexual flag are black, grey, white, and purple. Asexual mean a person does not experience sexual attraction to anyone. Each color in the flag has a different meaning. Black represents asexuality, grey represents the grey-area between sexual and asexual, white represents sexuality, and purple represents community.

This asexual pride eyeshadow look is perfect. It looks so simple, but it definitely takes skill to get the stripes as even as these.

13. Asexual Pride Eyeshadow

This asexual pride eyeshadow look is glitter galore. A little glitter is necessary for the perfect pride look, and this one is perfect.

14. Non-binary Pride Eyeshadow

These Pride makeup looks represents the non-binary flag. The colors of the non-binary flag are yellow, white, purple, and black. Non-binary means a person’s gender identity does not fit the traditional male/female binary. Each color in the flag has a different meaning. Yellow represents people whose gender exists outside the binary, white represents people with many or all genders, purple represents a mix of male and female, and black represents people who identify as not having a gender.

This look uses the colors of the non-binary flag to make a beautiful cat eye. This is another instagram worthy look you should try for Pride.

15. Non-binary Pride Eyeshadow

This cut crease is chef’s kiss. It’s perfectly blended and uses the colors of the non-binary flag well. Add this to your list of Pride makeup looks to try.

Which Pride makeup look was your favorite? Let us know in the comments.

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