Monday, 12 December 2011

Different techniques for different eye shapes.

 Using Angelina Jolie as an example here are my tips for round eyes.




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Using Megan Fox as an example here are my tips for narrow or smaller eyes.





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Using Cat Deeley as an example here are my tips for hooded eyes or monolids



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26 comments

  1. great tutorial!!!

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  2. these are brilliant, thank you :D x

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  3. This was so useful, thanks :D x

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  4. Great post! Cant wait to try the winged eyeliner!

    Lesley

    http://happy--leaf.blogspot.com/

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  5. Love the first one, it is awesome

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  6. the angelina jolie cat eye make up looks sooo pretty on you, even better than on angelina :) i love your videos.

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  7. Amazing! Thanks for sharing! :) x

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  8. I have hooded eye and feel it is going to get smaller every time i make up

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  9. Great videos! Thanks!

    Since my eyes are a combination of all three types - not as round as Angelina's; similar shape to Megan's; hooded, but not as much as Cat's - I can use some of the techniques taught in each video.

    Striking eyes, by the way.

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  10. i have round eyes and i used Chanel illusion d’ombre shade 85 mirifique to get a feline shape. :)

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    AWESOME videos sam!

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  11. Yet again... another great post! You two are helping so many women fix the way they do makeup! You have corrected my mistakes and I'm so thankful for that!

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  12. Hi Sam! Can you do a video on deep in-set eyes? Thanks!

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  13. Hi Sam! Can you do a video on deep inset eyes?

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  14. Love it :) Always great tutorials :D

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    <3

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  15. Great! Could you please post a tutorial doing this on a monolid/hooded eyed person please? :)

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  16. Great videos. Would you be able to put up the list of which make-up you used to create particular look.

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  17. Thank you for differentiating between different eye shapes. This was most helpful!

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  18. i loved videos so much they are wonderful ....could you please make a tutorial about indian actress aishwarya rais eye and cheek makeup ...her smokey eyes and highlighted cheeks always look wonderful ...please give some tips about it if possible ...thanks...

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  19. I got a bit scared watching this video, because I always apply eyeshadow above the lid (onto the hooded part) to create an optical illusion of a crease. Because I saw someone do it with asian eyes without creases. Am I stupid?

    Regards, Lise

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  20. I actually think you look more beautiful than Angelina does!

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  21. This has got to be one of the most helpful blog posts I've read for a long time! Great job Sam! very well explained!

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  22. Thank you for the great info about hooded eyes.

    A question: Is there no way that girls with prominent "hoods" and deep creases can wear shimmer? Are we stuck with matte? Are there some general rules/tricks we can apply to make regular looks/tutorials "work" for us? Including shimmery looks, cat-eyes (tricky!), and the like?

    Many thanks for your brilliant work!

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  23. Thank you for being so thorough with all of your tutorials! I love them, and I now am about to run out to buy some more makeup. Woohoo!

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  24. One of your best qualities as a teacher is you make techniques seem so simple. Great video on the hooded eye. I want to say you and your sister Nik are so beautiful, but I cannot say that without saying your Mom is beautiful also.

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