If you are stressing about the fact that you have hooded eye lids, then we have many reasons to prove you the opposite! Although they are a little complicated when it comes to applying makeup, there are few amazing tricks that will make the whole process a piece of cake for you. First of all you should know that when you have hooded lids you need to bring your contour higher than your natural crease, just to give the illusion of wider opened eyes. Be careful to draw your eyeliner as close to the lash line as possible, and preferably thinner.
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The rule for hooded eyes stands that you should use only mat colors, and shouldn’t use shimmery colors, but of course this is a rule that you can absolutely break if you know what you are doing. And for that matter, we are here to help you!
Look at this 10 tutorials below, and we guarantee that your problem will be solved from now on! Good luck.
This tutorial is very simple, because you have to use only a little mat green shadow, in the inner part of your eye, leaving the crease untouched. On the lower lash line add brown shadow, and blend it well just to make more depth. Draw thin line with eyeliner and finish of with mascara.
Smoky Cat Eye
Cat eyes are just adorable, and this tutorial shows you how to get them without any eyeliner. This is the magic that the right amount of eye shadow can do to your eyes. Follow the steps and get this beautiful look.
This is a great example of the no-makeup makeup look, and is amazing for a daytime look. Just use the earth tones from your eye shadow palette, and get that subtle natural look.
Here is how you can properly use sparkles for your hooded eyes. You can use this beautiful green color, or what ever other you like. This look is amazing for parties and night makeup.
Plum Gold Eye
Whit only one shimmery eyeshadow the whole eye can look more opened and defined. Just put this plum gold shadow above your actual crease, and define your eye with eyeliner and mascara.