We can all agree that white is one of the hottest colours in the fashion world RN. And as it turns out, it has taken over the beauty world as well. White accents have replaced the classic gold and black in eye makeup, and might we add, for all the right reasons. Besides being subtle and elegant, it accentuates your eyes and can add that major glam factor to your look.

Now, if you find white just a little intimidating, we feel you. That’s why we rounded up some easy-peasy ways (five, to be precise) to help you add a dash of white magic to your eye makeup. Here is how you can add a pop of white to your regular eye makeup look and live just a little bit brighter this monsoon.

Wing it white
 

Wing it white

Swap your regular black wing for a crisp white cat eye and let your eyes do all the talking. This understated yet stunning eye makeup look is a sneaky and super easy way to pull off the striking white trend without the hassle.

White waterline
 

White waterline

The classic sixties mod look—black eye makeup with a precise swipe of white along the waterline—has reappeared on the scene and given us major eye makeup gaols. The white-rimmed eyes make your peepers appear bigger, more awake, and yes, insanely beautiful too!

Pearl drops
 

Pearl drops

Pearl accents took the beauty world by storm this season, and we saw some really cool eye makeup looks that employed these dainty white add-ons. Place tiny white pearl stickers on the inner corner of your eyes for a show-stopping look.

Snow haze
 

Snow haze

If coloured eye makeup seems like a stretch for you, try a mystical white halo around your eyes. It is chic, subtle and oh-so gorgeous! Just pack a hint of white eye shadow on your upper eye lid and smudge it on the lower lid as well. Finish with lots of mascara.

Creasin’ up
 

Creasin’ up

For when you feel like doing something dramatic and trendy with your eye makeup, sport a floating white liner on the crease of your eye lid. This futuristic eye liner technique will add an arty effect to your look and turn some heads for sure.

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