Laiza De Moura sports a reverse smoky eye makeup look
The 'Reverse' Smoky Eye: An Old Classic Is Getting A Chic Reboot
Full Reverse
This method involves using the same shades for the top and bottom of your eyes. Use a gradual transition from white to deep gray up above and the same gradient below the eye.
Split Reverse
Use a lighter and brighter color on top, then underline your eye with a darker color. This will frame and make your eyes appear more prominent.
Winged Reverse
Combine a winged liner and smokey eye look by applying eyeshadow to your lid, then eyeliner on the bottom, bringing it to the inner corner and then the outer edge to create a wing.