Video: How to Apply Eyeshadow to Hooded Eyes

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Applying eyeshadow to hooded eyes involves two types of brushes and the proper amount of eyeshadow. Apply eyeshadow to hooded eyes with help from a makeup artist in this free video clip.

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Teresa Michele

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Teresa Michele Coates is a makeup artist who specializes in fashion editorial, commercial print, bridal makeup, and fashion shows. Coates' future plans include film and television makeup, which she hopes in turn will further her career as a makeup artist. She has lived in Southern California her entire life and has been working as a professional makeup artist for several years now. Graduating from MUD (make-up designory), Coates' has developed more versatility in creating different looks. Her ability to go from flawless makeup to something beautiful and creative is something Coates hopes the world will be able to see and embrace soon. She loves what she does and will continue in the path of becoming a great makeup artist.

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Hi, my name is Teresa, and I'm a makeup artist. Today, I'm going to show you how to apply eye shadow to a hooded eye. The tools that we're going to need to achieve this look is an eye shadow brush, a flat concealer brush, eye shadow and more eye shadow. So, how we're going to do this is we are going to take a light eye shadow base and we're going to apply it over the whole eyelid. This is going to allow for our eye to pop out and then later on we're going to add some shadow to give it dimension. So, for hooded eyes, you want to try to make the lid pop out as much as you can. Alright, so after we have our lids prepped, we are going to go in there with our shadow. We don't need a dark shadow we're just going to take like a light brown shadow just to add a crease on the hood of the eye. Then we're going to go down, create a crease, start from the outside eye and go up to create our crease on the hood leaving the light part showing. Go in from the outside of the eye, in towards the tear duct to create our crease and add dimension to our eyes and that is how you apply eye shadow to a hooded eye. And remember the tools that we used to create this look, our eye shadow brush, our flat concealer brush, eye shadow and more eye shadow. Thanks for watching.

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