This year, as face masks became an inseparable part of our lives, makeup enthusiasts used all their creativity to come up with the most gorgeous eye makeup looks. Our Insta feeds were flooding with the most unique eye makeup trends this year. Although we miss flaunting our favourite lipstick shades, we have zero complains about the eye makeup front.

One look that has recently surfaced on the internet, right in time for the party season, is the inner corner eyeliner trend. Although the technique isn’t new, you can wear it differently to freshen up your makeup look.


01. Neon inner corner wing

01. Neon inner corner wing

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If coloured eyeliners are your thing, then this inner corner winged look should be right up your alley. You can add a floating eyeliner to the look either in the same colour or a different shade (which is equally bright) to get this look.


02. Exaggerated fox eye

02.  Exaggerated fox eye

Image courtesy: @beau.tyelliegrace

The fox eye is one of the biggest and trendiest eye makeup looks of 2020. But instead of going with the classic fox eye look this party season, take things a notch higher and create an exaggerated look. Draw a subtle inner corner wing to add more drama.


03. Pop of yellow

03. Pop of yellow

Adding a bright eyeliner to your eyes’ inner corner requires no skills and makes a strong statement. This is one of the best ways to switch up your eye makeup look this party season.


04. Blue graphic liner

04.  Blue graphic liner

Image courtesy: @chloepultar

Graphic eyeliners never go out of style; there are so many different ways to sport this look. Instead of the classic black, opt for a gorgeous blue this season and watch how it transforms your eye makeup look in an instant. Create a ‘<’ on your inner corners or get creative — there’s so much you can do.


05. Pink underliner

05. Pink underliner

Image courtesy: @dorasvanity

Create the perfect melange of shimmer eyeshadow and inner corner eyeliner with this look. Draw a neat underliner starting from the inner corner of your eyes. Keep it as bold or as simple as you like.

Main image courtesy: @rowisingh