Peach is one versatile color that everyone should have on rotation. So whether you're stuck in a beauty rut or struggling to find the perfect shade that suits you, you can count on these celeb-approved tricks and combos to inspire your next selfie. See them below!

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1. Janine Gutierrez

A glossy coral lip will take any makeup look right back to summer and have you looking fresh and peachy!

2. Isabelle Daza

Peach blends right into your skin tone if you're tanned, so if you're using the color as your eyeshadow, finish off your look by patting a shimmery shade on the center of your lids for extra dimension. Pair it with a terracotta lippie to define your pout and low-key match your eyes!

3. Georgina Wilson

That peachy lip color you've been obsessed with is your secret weapon to the ultimate monochromatic look. See how Georgina used hers as eyeshadow, blush, and lipstick for a uniform tone!

4. Kylie Verzosa

You can treat the color as a neutral, too, and use it as a base for a pop of color. Do it like Kylie and use your outfit as reference to tie your whole look together.

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5. Claudia Barretto

Black isn't the only color you can use for a smokey eye. You can use orange or peach, building up the color slowly until you reach the intensity you desire.

6. Max Collins

The glitter eyeliner trend can look super delicate in peach. Apply it on your top and bottom lashlines for an eye-opening effect!

7. Mariel Padilla

Playing with reddish hues can be tricky if you have warm-toned skin, so if you're wearing a bright pop of red anywhere, opt for a peachy blush or lip color to complement it.

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