Makeup for Hooded Eyes, Hacks, Tips, Tricks, Tutorials
If you don’t have hooded eyes, you’re probably thinking — ‘Huh? How can eyes wear hoods?’ Basically, having this eye shape means you have a fold of skin that comes down when your eyes are open and covers your natural lid. If you DO have hooded eyes, you’re most likely thanking the makeup gods for …
Shape Up: Find Your Eye Shape and Maximize Your Makeup
Read on to see Birchboxer examples of six eye shapes (including hooded eyes, almond eyes, monolids, and more), plus key techniques and application tips for each using the Smashbox Full Exposure Eyeshadow Palette.
What to Stop and Start Doing in your Beauty Routine
With so many different, gorgeous shapes and sizes of eyes, there's a lot to play with when it comes to applying eye shadow. Applying makeup to eyes isn't a one-size-fits all sort of transaction -- it's about enhancing and accentuating what you got.
BEST SMOKY EYE MAKEUP FOR YOUR FACE SHAPE: Thanks to these tricks from makeup pro Colleen O'Neill, you'll not only apply your smoky eye in seconds, you'll find a look that's perfect for your eye shape. Here are the smoky eye makeup looks O'Neill created f
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Don't apply black liner all around your eye and in your waterline. This will make your eyes appear much smaller than they are. Instead, line the top with black liner, the bottom with brown liner, and the waterline with nude liner to really open your eyes.