1 Palette, 5 Sexy Real-Girl Makeup Looks

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When the clock strikes 5 o'clock on a Friday, it's time to hit the office bathroom for a total transformation. On this Summer Friday, makeup artist Luigi Trejo came to our office to makeover five editors using Too Faced's new Cat Eyes Palette ($36). Though these women all look very different, each one is wearing a bespoke eye makeup look using the leopard-encased palette. From a runway-ready cat eye to the classic smoky eye and the kitty cat flick, there was an appropriate choice for every personality (and skin tone). Needless to say, this is going to be a staple in all our happy hour touch-up kits from now on. Scroll through to see all the looks and pick up tips for your weekend beauty.

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Too Faced Cat Eyes Palette

Too Faced Cat Eyes Palette

To use the palette you can apply three shades horizontally to get a day, classic, or fashion look. Or combine the shadows diagonally for two more daring eye makeup mixes. The three shadows in the last column can be applied dry for a sheer finish or wet for a more pigmented look. They even double as eyeliner — brilliant!

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Lauren, beauty editor

Lauren, beauty editor

Lauren opted for the smoky eye style. Luigi created a sultry look using the darker corner of the Cat Eyes palette. Then he took a blending brush to really amp up the smoke. He also applied Better Than Sex Mascara ($23) on top and bottom lashes. To avoid a runny mess under your lids, Luigi recommends wiggling the brush on just the roots of the lower lashes. Don't worry about trying to get it all the way to the ends.

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Sarah, fashion editorial assistant

Sarah, fashion editorial assistant

This look went light and shimmery on the eyes. To frame her face, Luigi used an earth-toned shadow to fill in Sarah's brows. He says your arches should always be lighter in the center and get more intense on the ends. Luigi mixed the powder with Shadow Insurance Primer ($20) to create a cream brow filler that's also waterproof.

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Emily, beauty editorial assistant

Emily, beauty editorial assistant

Emily got the full monty cat-eye treatment. Luigi began the liner in the waterline and then extended it outward to get the wing. Finally he brought it back in along the upper lash line to create a mod look. Re-create the look at home using Bulletproof 24-hour Eyeliner ($20).

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Jessica, beauty assistant editor

Jessica, beauty assistant editor

The star of this Friday-night makeup look was the bright lip, Melted Liquified Long Wear Lipstick ($21) in Melted Candy. Bonus: Luigi also used the shade as a blush. Just mix the hue with a primer to soften the pigment, then apply it with a fluffy brush. The fomula will apply like a cheek stain.

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Leah, moms assistant editor

Leah, moms assistant editor

For a more demure lip, use the felt tip applicator on the Melted lipstick to squeeze out less product. Then spread it in a sheer layer (Leah's wearing Melted Marshmallow). Luigi also pumped up her natural tan with Milk Chocolate Soleil Bronzer ($30). Don't forget to extend the color all the way down you neck.