By now, I really don’t even need to tell you what “Euphoria makeup” is. The hit HBO television series has sparked a worldwide trend, thanks to the many brightly colored and glitter-packed eye makeup looks its characters have worn over the course of its short but significant eight-episode debut season. The women of the show all have their unique tastes in eye makeup: Jules loves neon color-blocking, Kat gravitates toward knife-sharp cat eyes, Rue’s always crying glitter tears, Maddy is never spotted without jewels, and Cassie could walk an old-Hollywood red carpet at a moment’s notice.
Though tons of people — ardent fans of the show and general makeup enthusiasts alike — have been flooding Instagram feeds with their takes on the show’s most iconic looks, one user has just made achieving Euphoria’s more complicated makeup far easier. Igor Saringer, a 22-year-old from Brazil, made custom Instagram filters that mimic 10 recognizable eye makeup designs from the series.
Jules’ white clouds from episode three
In real life, all this makeup look would require is a pigmented white liquid eyeliner and a steady hand — but isn’t opening up the Instagram app and tapping a few buttons just so much easier? Fun fact: According to the show’s lead makeup artist, Doniella Davy, episode three featured a whopping 15 eye looks for Jules to match the 15 alternating outfits she wore throughout the episode.
Kat’s neon-green from episode four
As Kat begins to explore her sexuality and starts a lucrative hobby of being a cam girl, she gradually wears more neon colors paired with stark black eyeliner. This “froggy green” look, as Davy described it on Instagram, is one of her bold, transitional looks that represents her coming into her own dark side. The matching filter, unfortunately, does not give you Kat’s eyebrows. Sorry to disappoint.
Maddy’s pastel purple with neon orange liner from episode two
Maddy is usually drawn to glue-on crystals and deep gem tones, but in episode two she wore this highly contrasted purple eye with blinding neon-orange eyeliner wings. This one is far harder to pull off with real makeup, so the spot-on filter is a godsend for Euphoria fans.
Jules’ yellow shadow with white accents, also from episode three
This yellow eye shadow with white eyeliner accents just above the creases is one of the show’s most-imitated looks. And it’s no wonder, seeing as Jules’ looks from this episode primarily functioned as a stance again restrictive gender norms. “Express yourself through makeup, however you want, at all times, despite what the mainstream says, and what conventional gender roles have been,” Davy wrote on Instagram about the episode’s makeup.
In order to unlock these four makeup filters and the remaining six created by Saringer, all you need to do is follow his Instagram account, pull up that front-facing camera, and find the filter pack with the icon that features Jules’ yellow eye shadow. Now, even if you don’t own a lot of the necessary makeup or just don’t have the time, you can still participate in the Euphoria makeup trend.