It’s all about the eyes and skin!
Fashion and make-up trends had to adapt to the new era, especially to the masks we are now wearing almost all the time. This is probably the reason that main make-up trends of the fall season focus on the eyes and a radiant complexion. Find our favorites below:
Ultra long lashes
Eye-catching eyelashes are still a thing since this is what people usually first notice on your face if a half of it is covered with a mask. You can achieve this look with good lash extensions or with a TikTok beauty hack we’ve already mentioned in one of our blogs and guarantees you really, really long lashes. Turn your wand vertically, not horizontally as usual, and cover the lashes in lots of mascara. After this is done, you continue applying mascara the “normal” way.
This one is for bold souls! Hailey Bieber rocked it earlier this year – she used holographic eyeliner stickers that are the easiest way to get this look: just press them on your eyelids where the eyeliner should be and you’re done. But you can also draw the wings by yourself with specialized holographic liquid eyeliner. Don’t forget to apply lots of mascara!
The kitten eye
If you don’t like to experiment with your eyeliner too much, short and skinny eyeliner wing, so-called “kitten eye” (instead of the “cat eye”), is the one for you. This season you can spot it on celebrities such as Zendaya, Zoe Kravitz and Sydney Sweeney.
Intense black eye make-up
Remember high school, when we sometimes didn’t apply black eyeliner on our eyelids only, but also on our waterline? Well, this trend is back. And don’t go easy on your eyeliner – create a long, full wing. You can add some shiny black or brown eye shadow for smoky eyes effect. As far as under shadow is concerned, you can also experiment with blue, green or purple tones of the eyeliner.
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The key to your skin looking plump and fresh is good moisturizer as well as foundation – BYROKKO BB Cream combines both!
To create a healthy glow, use the technique called “draping” – it means contouring your face with a blush in a gentle way so it blends with the tone of your skin nicely.