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It's common to be tired: your dark circles can be seen |  style

It’s common to be tired: your dark circles can be seen | style

Good news for the warriors among us who work after a few hours of sleep: they no longer have to hide their bags. The look is totally exhausted at the moment, and we owe that in part to the Netflix series ‘Squid Game’. On TikTok they take this trend seriously: On the platform, videos of Gen Z’ers painting bags are circulating rather than throwing them away.




Since the huge success of the Netflix series “Squid Game”, HoYeon Jung has become the newest IT girl. Fans love her character, and this adoration is such that people are now trying to imitate the fences with which she can be seen in the series.

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Squid game (Netflix) © Netflix

But let’s be honest: in everyday life, the South Korean actress and model does not make much effort to silence “eye bags”.

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Bags under my eyes Chanel

However, this phenomenon is not new. On the catwalks during fashion weeks, we actually saw a few fencing here and there that were intentionally buzzing. The ‘trend’, if we can call it that, originated on TikTok, when earlier this year Sarah Karstens went viral with a video in which she painted bags under her eyes — albeit over a flawless makeup face.

In a follow-up video she shows her real bags. “My bags under my eyes have always been a major security concern,” she says. “But lately I’ve started to love them. Whether your bags are worse or thicker, red or purple or have a lot of wrinkles, they are beautiful! And they should be normalized.”

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Beauty Editor Sophie: “We’ve been trying to get rid of our under-eye bags for years, while they’re already increasingly in the spotlight. You’ll find plenty of videos on TikTok and the ‘good-tired look’ has also been a thing for some time on the catwalks.”

Will we see the trend in everyday life more often? I’m not convinced of that. I haven’t yet met the first “normal” person to consciously highlight their bags under their eyes. I think it’s a good idea to normalize puffiness under the eyes in this way, so you can sometimes skip concealer for a day if you want to.”

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