There are tons of ways to up your eye makeup game if you're in a creative rut. From graphic eyeliner looks to playing with metallics and more, the options are endless. And if you’re looking to give your eye makeup looks a little something special without spending a ton of time on it, adding fun accents to your inner corners is a great option.
So if you’re eager to take your makeup look to the next level, keep reading because we’re sharing three different ways to create inner corner accents 一 they’re simple techniques that make a big difference.
1. Add a Pop of Color
Making your eyes the focal point of your makeup look doesn’t need to be complicated. By adding a bright pop of matte or shimmering color to your inner corners, you’re accentuating them while also brightening your overall look.
This technique can be used in combination with a smokey eye, a more intricate look, or completely on it’s own with just a coat of mascara on the lashes.
Simply take a vivid shade, like the teal hue from the L’Oréal Paris Colour Riche Pocket Palette Eye Shadow in Avant Garde Azure, and blend it into the inner corners with a pencil eyeshadow brush.
2. Go Graphic
Graphic eyeshadow and eyeliner looks often stop before the inner corners, but they certainly don’t have to. You can give your look a unique twist by creating graphic eyeliner that extends to the inner corners 一 or even goes past them 一 to accentuate or alter the appearance of your eye shape.
To create a detailed look with precise lines, use a liquid eyeliner with a fine tip, like the L’Oréal Paris Infallible The Super Slim Liquid Eyeliner.
3. Add a Pearl Accent
If you keep up with major beauty trends, then you know that pear accents 一 also known as pearlcore 一 are incredibly popular lately. Popping on a pearl is a chic way to elevate your eye makeup, and like adding a pop of color, it can be done on any look from the simplest to the most intricate.
You can find pearl face gems 一 in addition to other, more colorful gems 一 at an affordable price online. All you have to do is adhere them to your inner corners with eyelash glue or eye safe makeup adhesive.
Written by: Alyssa Kaplan, Photo Credit: IG/@yeshelllohi
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