Beauty girls show their Australian pride with these Olympic-themed makeup tutorials

Mia Steiber 9 August 2016 NEWS

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Olympic fever is sweeping the nation! And it's no surprise with the Dolphins back on point in the pool plus four gold and three bronze on just Day 3. There's no doubt that our Olympic team is doing us proud.

From jerseys to flags, there are so many ways we can all show our support for our team and for Australia. But the beauty community has gone one step further and created stunning Olympic-themed beauty tutorials for you to recreate. If you're looking to really get into the Olympic spirit, here's how you can do it. Scroll through to see these super-cute and proudly patriotic beauty tutorials.

Chloe Morello

Blogger and personality Chloe Morello is currently showing her support for Australia on the ground in Rio – lucky girl! And she's showing the rest of us how to get into the Olympic spirit with a makeup look featuring blue eyeliner, red lips and white star highlighter. It's the perfect look to try if you're not into anything too adventurous.

Rachael Brook

A rising star in the beauty world, beauty blogger Rachael Brook has create this simple but undeniably Aussie look. Featuring a pared-back face with a statement pout, this is the perfect look for any beauty girls who love rocking a bold lip.


Australian nail art genius extraordinaire OhMyGoshPolish has 1.4 million followers on Instagram for a reason. Among her recent nail creations is a tutorial for some seriously patriotic acrylics. This Olympic-themed nail art tutorial is a cute and fun way to show your support for your country.

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