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Everyday Eyeliner Tutorial for Hooded Eyes, Dark Skin-tone

Updated: Oct 28, 2021

Hooded eyes have a little more skin on the top part of the eyelid, and it folds down from the brown to the lash line, making the lower eyelid partly or wholly covered. This can make makeup application for hooded eyes a little bit complicated. Hooded eyes may also appear optically smaller.


Eyeliner wields extraordinary power over another makeup look. In this video, we will show you some easy tips to get that perfect winged eyeliner look for hooded eyes.


This tutorial is mainly focused on dark skin tone. Follow the steps and get ready for any occasion. Watch the video and learn makeup tips with Forever Beauty.







Step 1 :

Take an eye primer.

Put a drop of primer on the tip of your ring finger.

Warm it by rubbing your ring fingers together.

Apply near your lash line, starting from your nose move toward the outer corner.


Step 2 :

Get your liquid eyeliner.

Mark a dot on the center of your eyelid, just touching the upper eyelashes.

Repeat for the other eye.


Step 3 :

Draw a gradually thickening line from the dot and the upper eyelash toward your outer V using small strokes.

Start at the tear-duct and draw a gradually thickening line toward the center dot using small strokes.

Repeat for the other eye.


Step 4 :

Follow the curve of your lower eyelid.

Mark a dotted half an inch away from the outer V of your eye.


Step 5 :

Draw a line from your outer V to the dot beyond your eye.

Draw a curved line from the dot on the middle of your eyelid to the dot beyond the eye, keeping your natural crease untouched.


Step 6 :

Fill the space between the two lines using the same eyeliner.


Step 7 :

Following the curve, mark a dotted half an inch away from the outer V for the other eye.

Draw a line from your outer V to the dot beyond your eye.

Draw a line from the dot on the middle of your eyelid to the dot beyond your eye.


Step 8 :

Fill the space between the two lines.


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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