Makeup lovers are always on the lookout for new and evolving makeup trends that can instantly take your glamour quotient a notch higher. We are, therefore, always keeping a close watch on celebrities (who are our biggest source of makeup-spiration), runway models (who’s beauty game always stands out on the ramp) and beauty bloggers (who make these trends look oh-so-wearable).
If you ask a makeup junkie like me, I’d say that more than anything, eye makeup has undergone a revolution over the last two years. Graphic eyes outplayed winged eyeliner, and now there is another eye makeup trend that has surfaced on the internet which is all set to give all other trends a run for their money.
We are talking about floral eye makeup. Thanks to Instagram, picking trends has become so much easier and more accessible. But wait… before you start thinking that this trend is about using floral accents on the eyes and face, it’s NOT!
Makeup artists have been using colourful liquid liners to draw floral art onto the lids, making your eyes look like a garden. By the looks of it, floral eye makeup may look too complicated to do it yourself. However, if you try the dotting method, then you’ll probably master it over time.
Floral eye makeup screams spring, and it’s just perfect for a day look! If you’re a makeup maximalist, then we are sure you’re going to jump onto the bandwagon.
Here are some easy-breezy floral eye makeup looks you should bookmark right away!
A string of petals
This gorgeous piece of floral art drawn close to the upper lash line looks oh-so-beautiful, we cannot even. Add some purple eyeshadow hue onto your lower lids and smudge it for extra oomph.
Forget the good old winged eyeliner you drew with a black liquid eyeliner all this while. This floral upgrade will actually make a stunning beauty statement. A summery fusion of colours—white and purple will add more definition to your eye makeup.
Here’s another gorgeous piece of floral art drawn onto the eyes. If you want your eye makeup to scream spring, then use bright, vibrant colours to draw flowers onto your lids, close to your upper lash line. Before going in with the floral art, colour the base of your lids in a summery yellow hue.
Image courtesy: Instagram