Lash Your Best with Hooded Eyes
Hooded eyes sometimes get overshadowed within the ever-popular almond eye shape... but not anymore!
It’s time for Hooded eyes to shine and have their moment! Such beautiful and unique features of hooded eyes really make this eye shape stand out on its own.
How to Know if You Have Hooded Eyes
Hooded eyes feature a heavy crease that makes your eyelids not as easily seen. The skin folds down from your brow bone on top of your lash line covering most of the space on the eyelid.
Some famous faces with hooded eyes include: Jennifer Lawrence, Emma Stone, Blake Lively, Gigi Hadid, and Nicole Kidman
Still unsure as to whether or not you have hooded eyes?
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Pros and Cons of Hooded Eyes
Hooded eyes look sultry because the eye skin folds all the way down to the lash line leaving no lid space to be seen.
- Easy crease to follow for makeup application. Less is more actually works better for hooded eyes
- Smokey eyes with a lighter shimmery inner corner makes the eyes pop
- You can pull off a dense, dramatic lash style
- Small lid space for eyeshadow
- Thick liner can't be seen
- Can have the appearance of a heavy lid
Lashes for Hooded Eyes
When picking a lash style, it’s important to pick a lash that has a dense base. This way, it combats the lid that tends to cover lighter lashes, allowing your lashes to be seen and admired!
These are our favorite lashes for hooded eyes:
With a defined v shape formation and flare, this style has the structure to compete with a heavy lid.
This ultra wispy lash has just the right amount of shape and flutter to peek through.
A style that lifts and shifts your eyes giving them a lighter appearance.
Discover more lash styles that look amazing on Hooded Eyes here.