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Nude Eyeshadow: Everyday Eyeshadow for Hooded Eyes| Dark Skin-tone

Updated: Oct 16, 2021

Hooded eyes are characterized by featuring an extra layer of skin drooping over the crease. As a result, the lid appears much smaller. The eyes often look drowsy. It might sound terrible, and you might wonder at some point: are hooded eyes attractive?


Even though such eyes do not have a typical shape, you can make them look super attractive with some tips on proper makeup.


In this video, we will show you the everyday routine of nude eyeshadow for hooded eyes. The beauty of eyeshadow is creating various looks from a single compact of colors in different shades. This is mainly focused on dark skin tone. Watch the video and follow the steps with Forever Beauty.







Step 1 :

Choose an eye primer.

Put a drop of primer on your fingertips.

Warm it by rubbing your ring fingers together.

Apply it starting near your nose from your lash line to just below your eyebrow.


Step 2 :

Hold a tapered brush like a pencil.

Select a darker color of your choice.

Create a fake crease by applying it above your natural crease, starting from the outer V to the iris in a sweeping motion.

Then, take it to the inner corner using windshield wiper motion.


Step 3 :

Apply the darker color above the crease of the other lid.

Continue blending with a windshield wiper motion.


Step 4 :

Using the same brush, take the color through your lower eyelid.

Start from the outer corner and extend till the middle of your eyelid.


Step 5 :

Hold a flat brush sideways.

Select a medium color of your choice.

Touch the flat part of your brush very gently along your entire lid.


Step 6 :

Move sideways in a sweeping motion and blend.

Apply the medium color across the other lid.

Move sideways in a sweeping motion and blend.


Step 7 :

Hold a different tapered brush like a pencil.

Select a light color of your choice.

Apply very gently directly under your eyebrows in one sweeping motion.


Step 8 :

Repeat for the other eye.


Step 9 :

Pack the same color at the inner corner of your eye.

Repeat for the other eye.


Hope you look great! If you have questions, record a video of your face and send it in, to get feedback!

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