Whenever we wake up after tying one off the night before, we're not exactly gazing in the mirror, thinking we look amazing. But it seems like the fashion world has a different opinion about our morning-after-boozing blues. Makeup artists at New York Fashion Week have introduced high-fashion hangover makeup — undereye bags, sallow skin, post-drunking-crying-fit redness. At Suno, NARS's director of global artistry James Boehmer used lipgloss instead of shadow to make it look like the models had just rubbed their eyes. Click through to see the best instances of the trend and what we're now aspiring to replicate on our post-boozing faces.
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