HOODED, DROOPY EYES - TIPS AND TRICKS (updated)
4 Makeup Tricks To Give Droopy Lids A Lift
I've always found "bedroom" eyes incredibly sexy—the actress Ellen Barkin comes to mind. But if yours look just plain tired, the right makeup can do wonders to wake them up and erase years in the process. Here's how.
1. Define Your Brows
Choose powder shadow the same color as your brows. Apply with an angled brush, using light strokes so the color isn't too heavy.
2. Line Lids
Rim upper and lower lids with a black or dark gray powder shadow (a liner brush provides precise application). To really lift lids, be sure the top line is thicker than the bottom—line it first, and use the leftover shadow on lower lashes. Both lines should meet at the outer corners and blend slightly upward.
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3. Contour Lids
Apply a medium shade of shadow (brown, slate, or mocha) in the outer half of the crease of your eyelid only—this helps create a wide-eyed look. Then use a white or ivory highlighting shadow on the brow bone to draw attention up and away from droopiness.
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4. Finish with Mascara
To open eyes more, curl lashes and brush on two coats of black mascara.
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