Set your summer on fiyah with these hot makeup looks! 

Recreate the golden hour glow and heat things up with a fiery color palette in burnt orange, brick red and smoldering red.

Even on the hottest summer day, keep the temperatures rising with these sizzling hot look ideas.


Most people get intimidated to use the shade red when it comes to eye makeup. But when using a red eye palette, you have to be mindful of what shades you'll be using on the rest of the face and make sure they're complimentary to the eye palette.


Muted reds are the way to go when you're looking for a wearable yet sensuous eye look. Shades in burgundy, cranberryfuchsia and deep pink hues combined with smokey browns and black, create a sultry and seductive look.

No More Sad Songs

Want to make your red color palette more wearable? Just combine a red color palette with earthy neutrals in bronzecopper and brown. Keep the majority of the look in the neutrals hues and apply the red color palette below the crease and just on the lids. The neturals instantly make the look wearable and tones the look down a bit.

Editorial Vibes

Reverse the color palette above for a completely different look! Anyone, who loves makeup, will appreciate the beauty of smoldering red smokey eyes. First, smoke out the eyes with a matte red color palette. Then, apply smokey gunmetal across the lids. You can see how this look is so much more dramatic than the look above since the emphasis is more on the red shade! Feel free to play around with different textures on the lid for different effects.

Red Smoky Eye


Orange is probably the most popular shade when it comes to peach, sunset and fiery eye makeup. It doesn't hurt to have a palette dedicated just to this summery shade since there's so many look ideas you can create with this shade alone!

The simplest way to create a beautiful festive summer look is to take three classic colors: mustard yellow, brick red and intense black. Mix these shades to create a stunning makeup look.

Bloody Jaws

Peach, yellow and brown shades are a dream when it comes to creating a gorgeous orange blend. These shades are a must when it comes to softening and diffusing the edges.

Summer Vibes

For a beautiful night out combo, create a glowing yellow orange cut crease look. Add a a peach and gold halo and finish with red hot graphic liner. This look is flaming hot!!

Hot Summer Days Makeup

Keep your look stylish by combining current trends such as glossy lids and even incorporating a bit of glitter to add a fun sparkly element. Copper and bronze eyeshadows work well for every eye color. All you need to do is to find an ideal
shade that will look beautiful on your complexion. Use a metallic eyeshadow on the lid and for the crease blend a medium brown matte color.


Love simplicity? Then try out this matte tangerine eye makeup look. Eyeshadows with orange undertones look flattering on every eye color and skin complexion.

Orangey Mood

Transform an everyday brown matte smokey with a powerful red-orange shadow. It adds an instant pop of bright color and is a great way to take a look from day to night. You can also swipe your fav opaque lipstick on your lids for matchy-matchy vibes.

Kim K. Hair Vibes

Orange goes hand in hand with copper, bronze and gold! It creates the perfect summer cocktail and top it all off with glitter and shine for major summer party vibes. This color palette even creates the perfect ombre lip!

Terracotta Ultra Glossy Lip Tutorial

Create amazing glowy sunset vibes with an orange color palette. Combine shimmering gold and a pop of fuchsia, perfect for long summer date nights.

Sunset Grunge


Use soft peach as a transition color in the brow bone and crease. Add brick orange to the crease to add depth to the look. Add definition to the outer 'v' with dark brown shades. Add shimmery orange lid color combined with bronze and copper shades. Highlight the center of the lids with a luminous gold shade. Pop a white gold highlight in the inner corners for a blinding highlight. Smoke out the lower lashline with burgundy and brown.

Floating Liner


If you're looking to add that fiery element without using powerful red and electric orange hues, there's a more toned down version, too, of course. Go with an earthy color palette in gold, bronze, and copper for a more wearable version of the look.

Eyes on Fire

Use terracotta and brown hues to add dimension and depth to the look. To really pack a punch, layer different textures and experiment with wet eyeshadows and/or pigments to amplify your look. For a glam version, add smoldering black liner and falsies. For a pop of color, add aquatic liner to add that summery touch.

Bronzed Glow

Playing with various techniques and styles also makes a huge difference. You can use the same exact color palette but it's insane how the outcome varies just based off of how you applied the shadows.

Take a classic black smoky and warm it up with burnt orange and terracotta hues. This is a great way to rock a smokey even in the summer heat. Afterall, orange is the new black!

Phoenix Eyes

Cut creases are one of the boldest styles out there and combine it with a negative (lid) cut crease and you've got an even bolder look! For major drama, go with a fierce cut crease.

Create a wearable version of the look with a soft matte blended cut crease. Finish with bold black cat eyeliner, golden inner corners and lots of mascara to raise the intensity. This is what your go-to quintessential night out makeup should look like!

Hot Orange Eyes

Embellishing a look is always our fav and sometimes that can be the statement of the entire look! You don't have to swipe red across the entire lids for drama.

Add lashes and glitter for extra glam vibes and turn your graphic liner into a fiery work of art!

'50s Look

Use abstract and graphic designs combined with glitter to create an incredible masterpiece! So next level, right?!

Otherworldly Beautiful


If you're looking to add an element of interest to your fiery color palette, try adding a little pop of color. Blue, purple, bright yellow and cranberry shades are just a few hues that will all work with a fiery color palette!  They all work well and add a little something extra to the look.

Fiery Cut Crease

Add a pop of bright orange, matte red and deep purple eyeshadow colors to warm up your lids for a fiery hot summer night makeup look.

Tropical Makeup - Get The Look

Normally with a fiery color palette you would just think of red, orange and yellow, right? But there's so many other creative looks you can explore just by adding in another contrasting shade - for example, purple! Purple works surprisingly well and adds the perfect contrast to make the look pop even more than it would on it's own!

Violet Liquid Dripping Lip Tutorial

In case, you are looking for something a little bit different yet impressive, try out these sultry summer sunset eyes with a bold pop of graphic white eyeliner.

Summer Sunset Eyes

Sunrise and sunset looks are one of the hardest eye looks to achieve but the gorgeous results are so worth the extra effort! Set your summer ablaze with this intense sunset lip art.

Duo Tone Sunset Lip Tutorial


Summer Sunset + 38 Look Ideas

Upload your looks here or share your makeup looks with us on Instagram with #GlamExpress

View more posts from Glam Express here

Views: 343


You need to be a member of Glam Express to add comments!

Join Glam Express

Ebates Coupons and Cash Back
Ultamate Rewards

More In Eyeliner

More From Tutorials

More Reviews

More in Tips & DIYs

Get 20% OFF at - Minimum $15 purchase

Shop Latest Deals


© 2018        

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service