How to Lift Your Eyes with NO WING!

How to Lift Your Eyes with NO WING!

This video focuses on how to lift your eyes without having to mess with a wing. If you want an eye lift for your downturned, hooded or deepset eyes and want to spend minimal time to get an easy, everyday eye look, this is for you. This is something you can do quickly on a daily basis to give a soft look to the eyes yet still get some lift if you have droopy eyes. I do a very quick and easy eye shadow look using Too Faced Natural Eyes Palette and use pencil liner to help lift the outer corner to create the illusion of more lifted eyes. The first in my series used shadow to line the eyes while this makeup tutorial uses pencil. I do prefer lining shadow and find it easier to use on droopy eyes. However, I know many of you use pencil to line with and I wanted to give you my method for achieving this hooded, downturned eye lift using that as my tool.

lift your hooded eyes with no winged eyeliner

If you’re not a YouTuber and have challenging eyes to work with, this series is for you! I’m getting FANTASTIC feedback from those of you who’ve implemented techniques from my first video in the series. I’m hoping you’ll enjoy the various shadow and liner looks and techniques I do throughout this ongoing series. These are all challenges I’m hearing from you that you face and that I’ve faced for 20-something years. I’m going to be sharing things that work (and don’t work for me).

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?ON MY FACE?

Maybelline Dream Cushion (30) 

Laura Mercier Translucent Loose 

Laura Mercier Secret Brightening Powder 

Tarte Shape Tape 

Benefit Hoola 

Too Faced Natural Eyes 

Urban Decay 24/7 in Demolition 

Giorgio Armani Eye Tint in Gold Ashes 

Marc Jacobs Air Blush in Flesh & Fantasy

Stila Liquid Lipstick in Caramello 

NAILS: OPI I Manicure for Beads 

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3 Comments

  1. Cami
    October 10, 2018 / 2:06 am

    Thank you for sharing your makeup tutorial on eyes! Super helpful! Can wait to do it on my eyes. Can you please list the type of brushes you used on your eyes? It would help me know to which brushes to buy/use. Thanks!!

    • Stephanie Marie
      November 2, 2018 / 12:33 am

      Hi! I do that in my recent YT tutorials b/c it is helpful! I can tell you that the fluffy first brush is a Sigma E40. The smudger was Morphe but I can’t recall the number. I’m glad it helped you!

  2. Elaine
    February 27, 2018 / 7:13 am

    Enjoyed the video in applying easy make up techniques

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