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!

There are really five key things I talk about here:

1. Emphasizing the arch in your brow
2. Keeping the center of your eye lighter than the rest
3. Angling your crease and transition toward the outer corner of your brow
4. Tight lining the lash line with a slightly up ward flick
5 High Lighting Above the brow

Products Used:

Too Faced Peach Pallet Ulta –

**Tarte (below) is a great alternative. The Bloom pallet is slightly warmer, while the original pallet is very neutral to cool toned:

Tarte Tartelette In Bloom Pallet Ulta –
Tarte Tartelette Pallet Ulta –

**Lips: Burt’s Bees Lip Crayon Carolina Coast Ulta –

It Cosmetic Universal Brow Ulta –
Benefit Gimme Brow Ulta –
Lily Lolo Eye Primer Credo –
Honest Beauty Midnight Reflection Luminizing Glow Powder Target –
Pacifica Nude Liner Ulta –
Juice Beauty CC Cream Ulta –
Honest Beauty Cream Blush Target –
Physicians Formula Butter Bronzer Ulta –

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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!

39 replies
  1. Ronda Blehm
    Ronda Blehm says:

    Thanks for the great video. I have only one eye that is hooded so not sure how I will work with this but I am certainly going to give your technique a try. Did you ever make a list of what products you used that I can go to as a reference? Loved your end result and can certainly tell the difference. You have beautiful eyes and skin.

  2. Holly Poppy
    Holly Poppy says:

    Thank you for doing this. I'm always looking for tips like this for my 60+ very hooded droopy eyelids. You are no where near my age and have such a pretty face and eyes. Thanks for sharing.

  3. Hardymum11
    Hardymum11 says:

    I'm 49 and I think I have hooded eyes. Not sure? I don't usually bother much about eye makeup. I just apply some liner and mascara to look presentable. This is very helpful. Thanks.

    I just have to ask, do you ever worry that tugging on your eyelids to apply shadow will make them droop more?

  4. Yua Li Cheun
    Yua Li Cheun says:

    I know that this clip is about hooded and aging eyes, but I'm really interested in your lips color. Can you tell me what's the making and what color is it? thanks!

  5. deborah bailey
    deborah bailey says:

    No offense intended, but I think you're prettier without the makeup. With it you look like everyone else, without it, the eyes are more precious, different, naturally beautiful . 😊

  6. tottart
    tottart says:

    As a 63 year old woman, I am just slightly interested in your age, because you look beautiful without makeup. I noticed a big change in my hooded eyes about 5 years ago , if I am not smiling, my eyes look even worse. Sad

  7. Kathy B
    Kathy B says:

    I wouldn’t recommend tight lining if you’re over 40. Once you start going through premenopausal changes the eyes get dryer & easily irritated. If you manage to irritate your eye, it will close up & stay red which will make you look much older.

  8. Chiclette Sucep
    Chiclette Sucep says:

    Great job! Looks awesome. One tip after sharpening any pencil and before using on your eye take a kleenex and gently wipe any tiny pieces of color or pieces of wood that holds the pencil lead in the pencil. You can get a tiny piece that is loose in your eye and then injure your eye and ruin your makeup job.

  9. mary morrissey
    mary morrissey says:

    I’m an older woman who has had hooded eyes when young and more so now. I always wanted a cat eye, but the upturn at the corner always appeared as an upright line when the eye opened after applying. I see now, that the tight lining with a slight corner uplift meeting a lower lash angle really took the emphasis off that puffy upper lid. The rounded ness of the matte shadow at the last third of the lid also was helpful. Thanks for this video!


    My eyes are really hooded, this is great! but I dont like having to pull on my eye to do all of this. I would think years of pulling on your eyes that will stretch the skin and cause more wrinkles.

  11. Ann Fuller
    Ann Fuller says:

    Why drag your eye down in the corner with a very dark color. The start with the brow is the right idea but a blob of less than subtle dark blotch is not helpful.

  12. Carole Sherman
    Carole Sherman says:

    IMHO, You are crazy to be pulling your eyes like you do when you apply your eyemakeup. You will definitely regret that as you get older. You should be VERY careful w/ ALL the skin around your eyes and never pull it or rub it

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