Other beauty trends of Euphoria that need attention

I am on EuphoriaIt’s a hook as generations of Carries, Charlottes, Mirandas and Samanthas have been on Sex in the city‘s instead of just Pat Field clothes, it’s Donielly Davy’s makeup that I take as bait. As I sit my PJ-ed’s back on the couch on Sunday night, I mentally shake my hands like a little fruit fly with a bad plan. What the hell does Donni think I should draw on her eyelids? Her appearance for the show seems like a prophecy; I have to tune in to keep up with my destiny.

Donni’s starting point is always the emotional states of the characters. As she told me in 2019, she used it to express Rue and the gang “irony, playfulness, rebellion, joy” et. al. But outside the show it was 2019! The economy was going up, unemployment was falling, we as a company were grinding ourselves at music festivals, and when they canceled them, they were making entertaining documentaries about their pitfalls, which should have been obvious from the beginning. Summer 2019, when Euphoria Season 1 premiered and was full of sweaty scoundrels rushing ruthlessly into the fall; with the arrival of winter, we attended holiday parties in the appearance of pebble eyes and made promising plans for the new year. And just when the trend seemed to reach maximum saturation –really, another track of fashion week inspired by Donna’s glittering tears ?!-Everything changed.

In 2022, we will finally see EuphoriaThe long-awaited second season. Donni describes the new chapter as having a “darker theme” and a “significantly different film aesthetic.” But so is our world after COVID, right? I had a hunch that whatever trick Donni had up her sleeve, it would create (at least!) Beauty next calendar year. And contrary to what the Pentecostal-era Oracle of Delphi or Ariana Grande would believe, prophets are basically just detail-oriented trend predictors.

To lay the groundwork, Donni starts trolling on Tiktok and Instagram Euphoria– Inspired makeup. Same as you! She, too, must admit that Gen-Z is familiar with the stone vat.

But while your interrogation may end after you share a cat-eye tutorial with a friend (“We have to try this look,” you write, then flush it into the iMessage channel with a memo and forget about it), Donni is just beginning. “The work I do Euphoria I keep in mind and I don’t want to repeat myself or try to overcome myself, ‚ÄĚsays ITG. Before entering season 2, she prepared a comprehensive message board: mish-mashed together are Mechanical orange-esque pointed lashes, 60s mod liner, bruises-y smudges and glittering pastels with a watercolor effect. Old images and digital creators are the inspiration. In addition, it also has an archive of never-before-seen original looks from which it can draw. While in quarantine in LA, she did her own makeup and kept her creative juices flowing – and when she put down her brushes, she looked in the mirror and appreciated. Some of the views went directly to Instagram, which Donni was the first to admit that it was a jump outside her comfort zone. Others turned into Face Lace’s exclusive designs and the rest was saved as a season 2 reference. “Often when I looked, I considered which.” Euphoria the character can wear something similar, “he explains.

Season 1 said glitter, rhinestones, bold colors, graphic shapes. Although there are only a few episodes out so far, Donni reveals that season 2 will be much more minimalist. It seems right to me in a special place between the desire to show up and return to events in person, the hominess we are used to, and the looming possibility of last-minute cancellation. “But it’s me, so my version of minimalism is a little … enhanced.” He exchanges large sparklers for shrunken versions (“little rhinos”) and fine-grained glitter. Many views take up space on the large top lid, but on the bottom, which an optimistic New York realtor would call bigger than you think. Donni notes that lower eyelash ornaments may be a little less conventional, but are actually more inclusive for people trying to follow at home. “I like the fact that you don’t have to worry about your eyelids being able to adjust the look to decorate the lower lash line,” he explains. “For those with hooded eyes, anything that highlights the lower lash line is super visible.”

Another trend you should prepare for? Graphic insert. “Incorporating shapes into unusual places around the eye is a really fun way to play with it,” says Donni, “and it doesn’t always have to be about super skinny lines.” While she insists that her only concern about Jules’ New Year’s liner (which actor Hunter Shafer called her “mermaid’s eyes”) was the emotion of the script, I have to put my money into similar spiny shapes that cling to. So I asked Donni about her favorite ways to do that: gel pads for Chanel and Inglot, thin brushes for flat pads from Spectrum, Bdellium and MAC, and pointed Q tips. “Without them, I couldn’t make a winged pad to clean and perfected his work on the line. ” See? Like she’s reading your mind.

– Ali Oshinsky

Photo via HBOMax


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