Can hooded eyes wear winged liner?

Can hooded eyes wear winged liner?

Don’t fret: it’s super easy to apply flawless winged eyeliner to hooded eyes. To make sure the liner isn’t concealed by your lid, create the outer wing tip where the lid’s hood starts. Work your way inward, applying your liner in thin strokes and widening as desired.

How do you open hooded eyes?

Even if you don’t wear makeup, a gentle squeeze with a lash curler can help open up the eye and make you appear wide-awake. It’s especially helpful if your hooded eyes also have a downturned shape, as those lashes tend to droop without a proper curl.

What eyeliner shape is best for hooded eyes?

Winged Eyeliner One classic yet stylish eyeliner look is the winged eyeliner. For hooded eyes, start from the inner corner of the eyes along the lash line and stop where the crease folds and then create a flick by pulling the brush outwards and upwards.

Can you put winged liner on a hooded eye?

(Jennifer Lawrence and Blake Lively are examples of celebrities with hooded eyes, FYI.) While it can simply be something you’re born with, hooded eyes can also occur as a sign of aging, as the loss of collagen and elastin can cause the skin above the eye to sag and hang over it. So now to the important part: drawing winged liner on a hooded eye.

How do you apply winged eyeliner?

So now to the important part: drawing winged liner on a hooded eye. “Start from the inner corner and apply liner against the lash line, then when you get to where the crease folds, pull the liner outwards and upwards so that the wing is visible when the eyes are open,” explains Kassajikian.

What is Ariana Grande’s winged eyeliner trick?

She’s come up with a genius winged eyeliner trick for those of us with hooded eyes. For those with this eye shape, which typically involves the skin around your eyes folding over your creases, drawing on eyeliner that looks as razor-sharp as Ariana Grande’s can be difficult.

What type of eyeliner should you use?

As for what type of eyeliner to use, Kassajikian likes pencils best for application in the lash/water line. “Gel is preferred for winged liner for hooded eyes as it’s smooth and will avoid transfer/smudging,” he adds.