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Tutorial About How to Create a Cut Crease Look With the Milani Must Have Neutrals (for Hooded Eyes)

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Published on Aug 25, 2017

In this tutorial I'll show you how to create a cut crease look using Milani's Everyday Eye Powder Eyeshadow Collection in Must Have Neutrals Palette. With mature skin weighing down those hooded eyes, you need to give your eyes a natural lift using the cut crease method. Hooded eyes can have dramatic cut crease looks with Milani’s Must Have Neutrals. This collection has a wide variety of colors for transitioning color onto your hood. For mature, hooded eyes, we want a gradient effect, and the Milani Everyday Eyes Powder Collection has super pigmented colors. These Must Have Neutrals will blend together while bringing your hood up and give the illusion that your hood has disappeared so that your eye can be seen. As we age, the hood above your eyeball seems heavy and is right out in front because it is draping down over your eyelid or near your eyelash line which makes your eyes seem small and the hooded part of your lid look large. The cut crease look is the best method for hooded eyes. This video is not sponsored; I just really like Milani Eyeshadows on my hooded eyes.

Products I Used:
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It Cosmetics Travel Mascara: http://amzn.to/2veaLXR

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