How To do Winged Eyeliner for Hooded Eyes

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Here are a few techniques you can try- The first is to use the method outlined above, except we’re going to change a few things.

1. Forego lining the inner half of your eye, and just tight line instead. This will prevent making your eyes look smaller and it will also elongate your eye. Blend the outer liner into your lashes in the center or shortly before the center of your eye.

2. Start your lower line slightly below your lower lash line. This will give you more room for your wing. (pictured above). You can connect it to your upper lid by drawing a line from the corner of your eye, to the base of the little flick you just made. Play with it a little, and see what works for your eye shape.

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3. Keep your liner thin and closer to your lash line. Below where the hooded part of your eye would cover it. To do this, look straight into the mirror and put a dot near where your hood and eyelid touch (pictured) You are going to have to keep checking the mirror with your eye open and looking straight on to see if the hooded part of your eye “interrupts” your liner. If it does, there is a way to still make it work, but it’s going to look different than you think when your eye is closed.

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Assuming you’ve already done all of the steps listed above, you’re going to begin with your eye fully open, looking straight on into the mirror.

1 .Load your liner brush with a dark shadow, and dab it where there is a “gap” in your liner. You should have your eye open throughout this step. Basically, your winged liner is telling your hooded lid “fuck off I do what I want.” There is a close up picture of this step below.

2. Now, when you close your eye, the shadow that you placed with your eye open will have ended up on your eyelid. Blend this inwards to diffuse it a little (but not too much!), then go back and repeats step one with your eye open to make sure your shadow is dark enough. When your eye is open, it looks like normal winged liner, and when it’s closed, it’s blended into your crease a little.

I think it looks cool this way, but if you don’t like the way it looks, you can keep working with the tips I mentioned above.

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Here is another look at the top left picture, except here I’ve drawn a line to indicate where you want to place the black eyeshadow.

You can also watch video that is Winged Liner for Hooded Eyes Made Easy by MicaelaKBeauty

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