As your eyes become the center of focus thanks to masks it's kind of exciting to have so many new looks for your eyes. From Instagram to TikTok, there are some fabulous (and not so fabulous) ways to accentuate your eyes. Subtlety doesn’t seem to be the order of the day. And what’s wrong with going OTT after a year of being low key.
Come to think of it, a lot of these new products and techniques remind one of the Roaring 20s, the era of flash and glam. Celebrate, have fun, be daring with a few of these looks that are… well… deliciously stunning.
See for yourself.
NOTE: Before you try any of these new styles and makeup, be smart.
1) Make sure the styles, the makeup, the glitter, and anything you try is not damaging your eyes. The long-term health of your lashes and brows should be your first concern. No matter how fantastic the look, it's not worth brittle, thinning lashes and 'balding' brows!
2) Whether it's lash extensions or exotic makeup, the best way to protect your brows and lashes is to start with a healthy base. Clean, protect, strengthen, and nourish before you do anything! And the best way to make sure your brows and lashes are at their best is to use RevitaLash® Advanced and RevitaBrow® Advanced each day.
Now go out and have some fun… if you dare!
Here are a few of the more "interesting" eye makeup trends en vogue, or soon to be.
Graphic liner / Batwing liner (See https://www.allure.com/story/winged-eyeliner-hooded-eyes-trick-katie-jane-hughes)
Euphoria eyes (See https://www.refinery29.com/en-us/2019/09/8371249/euphoria-makeup-looks-nyfw-trend)
60s liner/ Queens Gambit (See https://www.marieclaire.com/beauty/a34484644/the-queens-gambit-beauty/)
Future Makeup Trends (Seehttps://www.instyle.com/beauty/makeup/best-makeup-trends-2021)
P.S.: See more trends by searching #makeuptrends, #graphicliner, #eyemakeup.
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