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The best makeup tutorials and tips for hooded eyes

Having hooded eyes can make doing your makeup trickier. But don't be fooled. There are still loads of looks you can absolutely pull off. You just need to find the right tutorial.

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As someone who suffers from hooded eyes, I understand that it's one of the biggest first-world problems ever but it also makes doing your makeup that much harder.

If you're not exactly sure what hooded eyes are, then allow me to enlighten you. Hooded eyes mean that your eyelid crease folds over more than usual. By no means is having hooded eyes a rare thing and they're actually more common than just having a cute little crease. Lucky enough for you, we've gathered the best tutorials and tips for those with hooded eyes to create stunning makeup looks! Plus, we've even shown you where to get buy makeup online to recreate the looks.


1. Halo eye on hooded eyes

A halo eye is one of the most common makeup looks. However, with hooded eyes it can be kind of tricky to actually show it off effectively. Thankfully this tutorial shows exactly how to achieve the look.


2. Wing liner on hooded eyes

Even people without hooded eyes struggle with doing a wing liner. However this tutorial is going to show you how to get that sharp wing liner without the fuss and it will still look bomb on hooded eyes.


3. Do's and dont's of hooded eye makeup

While this isn't a specific clip on hooded eyes, it's an incredibly helpful tutorial full of tips and tricks to help show you how to create flattering makeup looks on your eyelids. It shows you what will actually embellish the look of hooded eyelids and what will really open up your eyes.


4. Cut crease on hooded eyes

For a long time those of us who suffer from hooded eyes believed that a cut crease was just something we would never be able to achieve. This tutorial actually shows how those with hooded eyelids can actually achieve the super-glam cut crease look!


5. Straight line technique for hooded eyes

This is a fascinating tutorial as it isn't about a specific look but a technique you can use for a whole range of makeup looks. It involves elevating the eye and would work well for those with downturned eyes too!


6. Warm smokey eye for hooded eyes

This look is a super-fun pop of colour with everyone's favourite warm-toned shades. My favourite thing about this tutorial is her helpful hints and the fact that we can still see the shade on her lid.


7. Black smokey eye for hooded eyes

This look is actually one that is on the easier to achieve when it comes to doing eye makeup. If you think you're game enough to rock this bold look (and we totally think you are) then it's perfect for those with hooded eyes.


8. Natural eye makeup for hooded eyes

Okay, so this may or may not be a bridal tutorial but it shows a great natural makeup look for those with hooded eyes. It elevates the eye and actually looks quite exotic which we can totally get around.


9. False eyelashes for hooded eyes

It may seem a little silly, but there are actually some false lashes that suit hooded eyes more than others and applying them can sometimes be a little different. This tutorial is great for figuring out what lashes would work for you to flatter your eye shape.


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