The makeup trick Lady Gaga uses to make her eyes bigger

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Photo credit: Instagram/ladygaga
Photo credit: Instagram/ladygaga

Lady Gaga's latest Instagram selfie has left a lot of people speculating thanks to her rather cryptic caption.

Alongside a picture of herself in a grey, cropped boob tube she wrote, "If you luv @hauslabs makeup as much as I do, you better stock up on your favourite products while you can..."

In case you missed it, Haus Labs is Lady Gaga's makeup brand which she launched in 2019 exclusive to Amazon.

Understandably, her caption led fans to believe the line could be being discontinued, however Reddit has a different theory.

The Beauty Guru Chatter subreddit speculated that the brand was actually going to be launched in Sephora based on a blind item by Instagram account @makeupcrayz.

Without naming any names, @makeupcrayz alleged that an "existing brand" is "doing what Kylie Cosmetics, KKW Beauty and KVD Beauty did".

One commenter replied, "Haus Labs moving to Kendo Beauty and rebranding?" To which @makeupcrazy replied with a gold trophy and medal emoji.

So if Haus Labs is about to go through a major rebranding, it would make sense that Lady Gaga is encouraging fans to stock up on the products they love.

Only time will tell, but if this is the case, I, for one, am excited about the future because Haus Labs is a brand that for me, never lived up to its full potential.

As well as getting the 411 on the comings and goings of the beauty industry, Lady Gaga's selfie also revealed a trick she uses to make her eyes appear larger and it's one of the oldest makeup tricks in the book.

See that in her inner waterline? Yep the white eyeliner trick and although it's more obvious in this picture, it's actually something Lady Gaga does a lot, as you can also see in the photo at the top of this article.

Personally, if you're going to try this technique at home, I would opt for a colour that's slightly off white, like MAC's Studio Chromographic Pencil that comes in different shades depending on your skin tone.

This way, the contrast won't be as extreme and will look more natural.

In the meantime I'm going to be scouring Reddit for more makeup tea.

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