Euphoria Eye Makeup Was All Over New York Fashion Week

Current events tend to affect fashion and beauty. The ombré hair trend came about when people stopped dyeing their hair. If the dramatic eye makeup that has appeared during NYFW F/W ‘22 is any indication, the use of masks in our daily lives has inspired makeup artist to focus on above-the- nose beauty. Designers and artists are sending pops of color, glitter, and long-leg lashes down the runway instead of the bold, moody lips that are usually the trend during the fall/winter shows.

The rest of the face is covered with barely there makeup, which includes a tinted moisturizer, a bit of highlighter on the cheeks, and brushed-up, fluffy brows. If you think of it, a statement eye instead of a statement lip is a much less fussy way to give your beauty look some pizazz. You don’t have to go to the bathroom to apply eyeshadow. The models wore eye candy that drew all the attention to the lids.

Stila global beauty director Charlie Riddle wore bright, sparkling shadows at the BRONX ANDBANCO show in NYC. He used one of two colors for the models’ lids: Stila’s Shimmer & Glow Liquid Eye Shadow in Daring, a bright pink, or the brand’s Double Dip Suede Shade & Glitter & Glow Liquid Eye.

Riddle added a touch of grit to the look by adding three eyeliners. He lined his eyes with the Stay All Day Smudge Stick in Stingray and the Stay All Day Matte Liquid next month. Stila’s Stay All Day Artstix Graphic Liner in Disco will be available in July.

It was courtesy of Maria Del Russo.

Diane Kendal created a graphic eye look using the eponymous cosmetic line by the designer. The duo chose a smokey shadow in a sharp, exaggerated cat-eye that was reminiscent of old Hollywood glamour using the brand’s Jewel Stick in Solid Black. There is a lot of black and white in the collection. Kendal put a yellow shadow from the Shadow Quad in Santa Fe into the corner of a few models’ eyes.

The makeup artist for Smashbox created a smokey eye similar to the one used by Christian Cowan, using the brand’s Always On Gel Liner in Fishnet. While the Julia Fox-esque eye makeup was the main attraction, one would be foolish to ignore the rich flush of blush across the cheeks and temples.

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Pat is known to take a turn toward the dramatic. She said that they were obsessed with the idea of creating human bouquets. The look includedpollen-drenched lashes. A series of looks focused on maximalist eyes with some floral flare. The majority of the eye looks were created by dipping into shades like “ultimate taupe” and “depth” to create a look that was out of a fairytale. She painted false lashes on some models to make them look like flower petals.

It was courtesy of Pat McGrath.

It may be time to consider a statement eye over a statement lip, at least until we have adieu to masks for good.

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