Whether you're looking for a handy fried-egg sandwich hack, a sugar-fueled coffee recipe, some magical tips from witches or hair and beauty inspiration, TikTok is the place to go.

The video-sharing platform has a seemingly endless list of tips, tricks and trends on just about every subject, however, the beauty community often outshines the rest thanks to its artistry.

With make-up artists from around the globe showing off their skills, sharing insider tips, and reviewing low and high brow products, the app has quickly become a beauty-lovers dream.

The latest look to go viral on the app? The Reverse Cat-Eye.

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Smokey, sexy, understated and possibly a lot easier than the classic cat-eye, this look has been doing the rounds on TikTok since makeup artist @paintedbyspencer kicked things off two weeks ago.

Posting a short clip to the dulcet tones of Usher's Yeah, the LA-based MUA captioned the video: "Have you tried the reverse cat eye? It's my favorite."

Describing the make-up hack as "simple, short, sweet, to the point and nearly foolproof", the video quickly gained over 2 million views and became a firm favourite among Spencer's fans, who hounded the artist for a tutorial which he thoughtfully delivered the following day.

Before long make-up gurus from around the globe - including Mikayla Nogueira in the US and William Grande in the UK - were putting their own spin on the look with stunning results.

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Want to try it yourself? You can find Spencer's step-by-step tutorial here.

First things first: Run a grayish-toned eye shadow through the upper lid and blend it with a fluffy brush through the crease.

"It's really blown out and effortless, I literally dipped into the pan once or twice but it's just what we need," says Spencer.

From there, take that same shade and run it through the lower lash line.

Next, take a gel black liner and run the pencil through the waterline.

"The important part here is to really bring it into the inner corner," he notes. "Extend that inner corner and wing it out on the outer corner. Don't worry about bringing it down too far, just keep it in the water line because, once we smoke it out with a brush, all of that work will be done for us."

"Focus on getting the product in the waterline and extending in and extending out."

To complete the look, take a detailed eye brush with some black eye shadow and diffuse out the edges. Apply some mascara to your top and bottom lashes, and you're done!