photo: Uoma Beauty

There was no shortage of dynamic eye looks to set off the jaw-dropping fashions at this year's New York Fashion Week. From rhinestones to brow-high colored powders, the days of the minimal eye look is out and done. And we're not mad about it. Though we may not wear these looks in our everyday life, the dreamy eyes are surely something mesmerizing to look at. 

Ahead, check out some of our favorites

Pat McGrath for Marc Jacobs Spring/Summer 2020 

Pat McGrath for Marc Jacobs Spring/Summer 2020
photo: Courtesy of Marc Jacobs Beauty

"It was definitely, for Marc and I, an idealized interpretation of real life. There is a nod to the past and future. What’s great is taking the looks that come from the past but modernizing them. Also, in a way, I would call it a modern take on street style — street style in the most maximum way. Not one girl or boy or person will look the same. Every single one had to be different. It’s really about the characters, everyone being different and having fun," Pat McGrath said of the stunning eye looks that were created using Marc Jacobs Beauty. 

Erin Parsons for Christian Siriano Spring/Summer 2020

Erin Parsons for Christian Siriano Spring/Summer 2020
photo: Courtesy of Maybelline

Parsons put her fingers to work to create this vibrant eye that featured shadows trailing far above the brow line. “The idea is to channel your inner artist,” Parson said about the undone yet couture look that was created using all Maybelline products. 

Daniel Sallstrom for Pyer Moss Spring/Summer 2020

Daniel Sallstrom for Pyer Moss Spring/Summer 2020
photo: Uoma Beauty

"The UOMA Beauty Allure palette has a gold that gives off more light and reflection,” Sallstrom said of the palette that was used for every single eye look. This one, the standout of the night, was adorned with rhinestones for a monochromatic look that was legit unreal.

Susie Sobol for Helmut Lang Spring/Summer 2020 

Susie Sobol for Helmut Lang Spring/Summer 2020
photo: Helmut Lang

We have Code8 makeup to thank for this look that paired minimal complexion products with bold eyes. Neon surely had its moment on the runway, and to be honest, there's really never a bad time to wear the bright colors. 

Hung Vanngo for Cong Tri Spring/Summer 2020

Hung Vanngo for Cong Tri Spring/Summer 2020
photo: Hung Vanngo

The deep bronze smoky eyes made eye colors pop on the set of Hung Vanngo, with a look using Maybelline. The seductive eyes captivated the audience as the models came down the runway. 

James Vincent for Studio 189 Spring/Summer 2020

James Vincent for Studio 189 Spring/Summer 2020
photo: Blake Newby

Dewy skin and bright liner were the perfect pair; the looks were created using Estée Lauder for Studio 189's stunning runway show.