THEn the beginning it was just fake freckles, but today i TikTok beauty trend they are really many. In fact, it is not unusual to find them on social networks makeup tutorials that teach how to create dark circles, the “sad effect” make-up or even to obtain – only thanks to contouring – model cheekbones.

    TikTok beauty trend: “model cheekbones” the model’s cheekbones

    What do Bella Hadid, Emily Ratajkowski and Kendal Jenner have in common? The cheekbones, tall and well pronounced. In fact, if you don’t want to resort to aesthetic medicine, you can try to follow this beauty tutorials which has already become a real trend on TikTok, so much so that it has generated more than 173 million views.

    This is a new contouring technique: user @sarahssuperspa was the first to show this beauty hacks instantly went viral.

    It’s the cheekbones of Emily Ratajkowski, Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid that inspired the “model cheekbones” trend (Credits: GettyImages)

    As we learn from the video, only one is needed contouring stick and a large blending brush. It will then be enough to apply the product under the cheekbone, descend vertically towards the jaw and then outline the lower part creating a sort of trapezoid.

    At this point, all you have to do is blend to create the shadow and lift – at least optically – the cheekbones.

    Dark circles: how to create dark circles with makeup

    After years of trying to camouflage dark circles with concealer, Gen Z changes the rules: by creating a make up tutorials to give the look a tired and reddened look.

    The dark circles trend in fact, it focuses attention on the gaze, but not by illuminating and lifting it, but rather creating the typical effect of dark circles with makeup.

    The first user to launch this trend was @sarathefreeelf, getting 1.3 million views. In the video, the make-up artist applies what looks like a red-brown lipstick pencil. Then blending downwards with the finger, he obtains the dark circle. Simple and (apparently) trendy!

    “Crying Makeup”: the tear effect makeup

    Other TikTok beauty trend that is depopulating is what he wants recreate the post crying effect through makeup: complete with swollen lips, shining eyes and a slightly red nose.

    The “Crying Makeup” is defined by some details: first of all the lips that are made up with a matte lipstick and then trimmedcreating a blurred and smudged look.

    On eyes and cheeks better to use the same color: a well shaded light pink applied with a soft brush on the eyelids, cheeks and also under the nose. Finally, as far as the skin is concerned, the technique to recreate this look is that of apply a thin layer of transparent lip gloss under the lower lash line, on the mobile eyelid and under the nose which will lend the sad aspect to the look.

    Fake dimples, the latest beauty trend from TikTok

    Today, dimples can also be reproduced on the face. It doesn’t matter if, by nature, you don’t have them.

    Beauty tutorial: contouring

    This physical feature has become a beauty obsession. And the tutorials that recreate them spawned ben 37 million views on TikTok.

    Making dimples seems simple enough: first of all you need to use a darker concealer than your skin tone and draw two small curved lines on the sides of the mouth, then blend them well with a small brush. The fake dimples – like them model cheekbones – nothing but play with lights and shadows using the contouring technique.

    Finally, you can accentuate the effect even more by using a lip liners dark brown, for an even more natural result.

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