A secret that is handed down from generation to generation
Adding a highlight to your eye make-up can drastically transform your make-up. A small bright detail, placed right in the inner corner of the eye. The effect? Illuminating, of course.
This is why, in anticipation of the autumn and winter days that we will have to face, the stylists of Paris Fashion Week have found a way to reinterpret one of the great classics of make-up. Freeing him from conventions.
According to tradition, in fact, the light point must be positioned in the inner corner of the eye, to lengthen the gaze or make it more dramatic. From a purely anatomical point of view, in fact, the inner corner of the eye is the darkest part of the face. And, for this, it needs new light.
The eye make-up of autumn winter 2022/2023, however, will be different. Indeed, brightness will find new ways, by outlining the eyelid or strategically shining on the skin. History repeats itself, therefore. And traditions still find a way to live in the form of new interpretations.
Eye makeup with light point FW 2022/2023: ideas from Paris Fashion Week
The protagonist will be the color. A trend already present on social media, but – until now – ignored by the catwalks. In fact, they will think to illuminate the gaze brushstrokes of gold and silver, but also green, red and pink, perhaps in the PP Pink shade. A detail that transforms eye makeup into a jewel.
The makeup trends of Paris Fashion Week, however, redesign the very structures of the face. Here then is the light point it moves away from the inner corner of the eye to create new and strategic luminosity. A slight glow on the cheekbones, for example, is enough to open the gaze and make the iris shine.
The eye makeup with a light point, however, can also become three-dimensional. Indeed, rhinestones, pearls and opalescent details can sculpt the make up and make it more structured. Without giving up a hint of color.
Discover in the gallery all the ideas and reinterpretations of the eye makeup with light point spotted on the catwalks of Paris Fashion Week.
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