While bloggers, in pursuit of likes and views, invent new beauty hacks, their subscribers joke that they don't need to draw anything - they already have real bags and bruises under their eyes.
According to online publication The Sun, a bizarre new beauty trend has rocked social media and split it into two camps. It all started with the fact that influencers decided to "normalize" the traces of fatigue on the face, which inevitably appear due to poor sleep and rest, stress and passion for gadgets, which is typical of millennials. For this, they decided not to disguise, but, on the contrary, draw bruises and bags under their eyes.
The trend was launched by 19-year-old beauty influencer Sarah Carstens, who generously drew bruises under her eyes with a matte brown pencil, which she applied to the periorbital area, and then simply shaded for a more natural effect. Later, the girl added in one of her interviews that her generation “is still tired and sleeps badly,” so it is necessary to make sure that “bruises under the eyes are considered beautiful, and not cover them up with concealer”.
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Sarah's manual quickly went viral and has already amassed over 7 million views. Other beauty gurus took her idea and made her even more popular. Some makeup artists have also joined the trend, sharing their own version of bags under the eyes. However, not all users reacted favorably to this idea. Many began to be ironic in the comments: “Finally, what I already have from nature is coming into fashion”, “I don’t even need a concealer to match this trend”, “Oh, my purple babies, here comes your star hour". Many professionals did not appreciate this crazy idea either: “I don’t like this trend,” “I think this is at least strange. Apparently, it is worth waiting for the fashion for bruises to come to naught by itself. Hopefully it will happen very soon."
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