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Turn your hooded, heavy or downturned eyes right side up with these makeup tricks!


• Smashbox the original photo finish smooth and blur primer
• Foundation: Becca ultimate coverage 24 hour foundation in Driftwood
• Concealer: tart shape tape contour concealer in medium
• Laura Mercier loose setting powder in translucent
• Colorescience Eye and brow palette
• Eyeshadow: Sephora pro warm palette using Chestnut (lid to upper crease), Cedar (cut crease) Hazelnut (blend color), Obsidian (lash line and outer wing), Canvas (brow highlight and inner corner)
• Eyeliner: L’Oreal voluminous eyeliner in brown and Chestnut eyeshadow to smudge on lower lash line
• Contour and highlight: Smashbox Step By Step Contour Kit
• Blush: Mac Melba
• Lipstick: Nars Orgasm

• Top: Fabletics
• Nails: OPI Red

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Organic Sunless Self Tanner Discount The secret to making your own sunless self-tanner, at home! It even works better than the popular brands, and is actually healthy for your skin!

42 replies
  1. Mary Kay Freeman Falkner
    Mary Kay Freeman Falkner says:

    You're beautiful! I'm 70 years old and fighting the old part as much as possible, but I have gray hair (white) and I look very washed out without make-up. I'm a make-up junkie but haven't heard of the brands you talk about other than Mac. Brown shadows make me look very, very tired (which I am). I'm born and bred in Katy, Texas and I'm very pale. Who knows what my color my hair was because I always had it highlighted. My question is what colors do I use to do what you did? Lavenders look better on me than brown, but I would like to ask you what colors do I use for me.

  2. dddelcambre
    dddelcambre says:

    I LOVE this, Dominique! This is exactly what I do now. At 69, I definitely do have the 'hood'. I no longer do anything heavy on my lower lid either. Just minimal. Sometimes no mascara below. This has made a HUGE difference as compared to making triangles, rectangles that stretch all around the eye to the bottom. No Black, only brown, now. Thanks so much, Dominique. LOVE it and YOU!!!

    LIZZIE SANGI Sangi says:

    Brushes are so important. Born in 1957, and having older sisters, makeup and brushes were all 20th century. 21st century brushes and powders, imo, are SO different. There must be 10 new brushes for eyes and blush in my makeup – so many different angles, thicker brushes angles in both sides – I just love them. I DON'T like putting a shadow under my brows it creates the effect of an overhang and I hve large lids. Mattes are much better for my age, and more 'workable'. Powder the lashes, then curl and mascara and I use a thinner eyeliner line to accentuate my lashes, now that I'm older. There are days, thank God not many, where I hve a droop. You're not used to that when you hve large lids. SO much so, my older sister of 13 years had hers surgically lifted! Without a doubt they look great! You ARE used to using a darker crease line, smokey effect, revving it up for night time… and yes, I do my makeup every day. It evens out skin tone, brings a brightness back and you feel finished.
    My mom had large lids and HELENA RUBENSTEIN was her makeup guru. "Mom, I don't know how you did it!"
    My mom had her brown lashes on before I could blink my eyes. She and my Godmother were getting lash extensions at Bloomingdale's, in 1976, '77 – "Leese, go get 'em."
    We all need a guide. Mom had a tube of lipstick on the table under a mirror, before the front doors – "Put some lipstick on before you go." Thanks for your video 🎯 It was concise and on point. We all need to keep learning – that's one thing that makes YouTube so great. Keep looking and watching and you will come upon a makeup vid suitable for you, as I found yours to be.
    Thanks again for your makeup videos, I'll be watching❣

  4. Suzi James
    Suzi James says:

    I am 54 years old and just starting to wear eyeshadow. This video is so helpful!!

    I’d really like to see what it’s like if you did one Eye how you showed us in this video and one without the eye lifting effect.

  5. Mignon Harris
    Mignon Harris says:

    Dominique-you are absolutely gorgeous! Love your video tutorial on hooded eyes. I look forward to trying your technique. I will let you know how it goes! I appreciate your video/style and delivery. Very sharp and professional with grace. Cheers, Mignon

  6. Maria Barbara Marquez
    Maria Barbara Marquez says:

    My mother has hooded eyelids, and now I just noticed that I am now following in her shoes. I remembered seeing this a few months back and I’m watching it again. Would you be able to do a make up tutorial for hooded eyes with the fall colors that are more natural looking?

  7. Shari Barrere
    Shari Barrere says:

    Another great video. Thank you for taking the time to share your knowledge and demonstrate how to achieve these beautiful looks. I have deep set eyes with a little bit of a hooded eye. Do you have any ideas for deep set eyes? If so I would greatly appreciate your advice. Thanks again and God Bless! Shari

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