If there's one color that can instantly bring your makeup to glam territory, it's definitely gold. The only things you need to decide on are where and how to apply it, so you can glow differently every time! For ideas, here are celeb-approved looks for your next glow sesh:

1. Katarina Rodriguez

Not a fan of white eyeliner? Try light gold instead; it will give you the same eye-opening benefits without clashing with your morena glow.

2. Bela Padilla

The classic highlighter on your cheekbones will always be a flattering technique. When one layer of highlighter isn't enough, add a thin swipe of a gold hue à la Rihanna.

3. Julia Barretto

To achieve a bright, wide-eyed effect, line your lower lashline with gold eyeshadow and finish off with tons of mascara.

4. Kiana Valenciano

Who says you can't put shimmery shades on your crease? Definitely not Kiana, whose subtle cut crease gives the illusion of a wider eyelid space.

5. Andrea Brillantes

For a quick and easy nighttime look, pat some gold shimmery eyeshadow on your eyelids using your ring finger. If that's not enough shine for you, opt for a glossy lip, too!

6. Julie Anne San Jose

Gold is an amazing highlighting shade that you can use to bring out your best features. Swipe it on the tip of your nose and on your cupid's bow to lift those areas and make them appear more defined.

Party Peg: Moira dela Torre

Still at a loss about how to go about your classy Halloween look? Try glittery faux freckles. Just scatter them across your cheeks and over your nose, but avoid going too far down. It's a fun look you can wear to parties!

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