When it comes to our eye makeup, the outer corner always attracts attention, let’s be honest. Winged eye shadow or lightweight swipe primer titled for ages… and we understand it, smoky eye is a damn foxy and a cat eye will never be classic. But what about our tiny tear ducts? Or the delicate inner area where our eyes meet our nose. Those are the tarps waiting, aren’t they? Surely we can have a little fun there too, right?
We are not the only ones who think so. We’ve noticed the inner corner of the eye is getting the attention it deserves lately, with an inverted eye shadow design that focuses the drama inward instead of outward, and ombres around with natural light. and shade happens there.
In fact, it’s an area that makeup artists often note as ignoring. Anatomically, our noses are literally shaded, blocking the amount of light from reaching our inner eyes, and that’s also where dark circles tend to be most pronounced. That’s why you should apply concealer on it, in a semicircle around your nose and eyes, but it’s also why makeup artists like to use highlighter in the inner corner to brighten. it. and make it stand out.
We’ve even seen makeup artists and celebrities play around by going a step further with decorated inner eye corners. At her movie premiere Sand dunes, Zendaya stepped out with a pair of purple eyes that completely changed the vibe of her otherwise dark smoky eyes. A deep purple adds definition and expands the wind inward, and a light, shimmering purple refreshes everything. One plus: the color outline in the inner corner will draw more focus to both eyes, which means better and deeper eye contact.
On the other hand, we’ve seen makeup artists lean towards a dark, vampire aesthetic. If any areas are shaded, you can always use it, like Dove Cameron, whose makeup artist Kale Teter created this smoldering black accent, which we’ll recreate ASAP .
And, if you’re looking for more inspiration on how to apply your inner corner the way it deserves, check out the Lima makeup artist at @fashionicide. We’ve got this shimmering ombré pink number marked for the office holiday party.
This story originally appeared on glamor.co.uk.
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