Video – How do I apply makeup on hooded eyes?

deep set eye makeup nyx

eyeshadow for deep set eyes

Making video tutorials is one of the most requested thing you ask from me. And even though it’s definitely a challenge for me, I’m trying to film something every once in a while.

This time I did a tutorial on the makeup trick that I use daily for my eye shape. So now you can see exactly how I apply eyeshadow on my deep set/hooded eyes.

I have to say, I did enjoy making this video a bit. And I learned a lot! I think when it comes to videos you just need to start doing them and learn as you go. Here’s to hoping my next video will be even better!

About the makeup

I love this makeup look, even if I say so myself. I think it happens every spring – I fall in love with pink colors. I used earthy natural tones in this look, but I made it more fun by adding some pink on my lower lashline and on my ‘crease’. I used the NYX Perfect Filter* palette in the shade Golden Hour. It’s one of my go-to palettes with easy colors. The pink color I used was actually Milani’s Baked Blush in the shade Pink Delizioso*. I was also wearing the new NYX Can’t Stop Won’t Stop foundation*, which I’ve liked a lot. It’s a matte full coverage foundation that comes in 45 shades. I think I will post a review on it at some point, because it honestly seems good. I got in pr.

Full product list is below.

deep set eye makeup tutorial

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NYX Can’t Stop Won’t Stop Foundation, Nude*
Maybelline Fit Me Concealer, 10*
Milani Baked Blush, Pink Delizioso*

mad4eyebrows eyebrow filler, Blond (blog post!)
Jane Iredale Brow Pen, Ash blonde*



Wearable Halloween makeup | Video tutorial

I love Halloween. It brings some fun into October, making the wait for Christmas a bit more bearable. When it comes to Halloween makeup, I adore all the skull looks and new creative ideas. Still I find myself more comfortable in something less.. scary. Something, that is wearable and still looks like my face.

This makeup is perfect for Halloween – it’s dark and dramatic but still pretty easy to do (no fake skin or blood or special makeup skills needed). I did this tutorial in video form – let me know what you think! If you like it, you can subscribe to my youtube-channel here.

P.S. This eye look is also perfect for the weekend! Pair it with nude lips and you’re done.



Urban Decay Primer Potion
NYX Beauty School Dropout Freshman Palette
Alima Pure Eye Pencil, Ink
Isadora Sculpting Brow Pen
IsaDora Stretch Lash mascara

Missha Perfect Cover BB in 21 & 27
NARS Radiant Creamy Concealer, Vanilla
Everyday Minerals Multitasking Concealer (Powder for under eye area)
Innisfree no-sebum mineral powder
Benefit Hoola Bronzer
Kiko Milano Desert Dunes Blush, Gypsy Pink
IsaDora Blush&Glow Draping Wheel (Highlight)

Alima Pure Eye Pencil, Ink
Revlon Lipstick, Black Cherry
Zuii Organic Concealer, Fair

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