How To Get Snatched Undereyes With Just TWO Products!
Look, it’s no secret that we live for the snatch. However, what you may not know is that to create the signature Huda Beauty snatch, all you need is two products. Again, it’s not a secret per se (we’re not gatekeepers here), but our 2023 goal is to spread the message far and wide so all beauty lovers know the must-have products and our fave technique…
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The Products You Need To Snatch Your Undereyes
We’ll get straight to it: to live the snatch life, you need a concealer like the Huda Beauty #FauxFilter Luminous Matte Concealer, $29. It’s just so blendable, buildable, and most importantly, it doesn’t crease. You’ll also need a finely milled setting power like our cult fave: Huda Beauty Easy Bake Loose Setting Powder, $35. Not only does it increase the longevity of your makeup look, but it also smooths and brightens the skin for an airbrushed finish. While they’re both heroes in their own right, when combined, they’ll brighten, snatch, and set your makeup effortlessly from morning to night.
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The Undereye Snatch Technique
To create a snatched undereye, first, apply your foundation and blend, blend, blend. Once that’s complete, grab your concealer. But here’s the tea: use a concealer shade that’s approximately three to five shades lighter than your concealer. It sounds extreme, but the lighter hue will accentuate the sculpting effect (find out more deets on your snatch shade here). Apply your snatch shade to the inner and outer corner of your undereye, dragging the concealer out towards your temples, and blend. Also, always remember to blend upwards, especially at the outer corner, as this will enhance that lifting effect.
The next step is the powder. Taking a damp beauty sponge like the Huda Beauty Basic B Sponge, $19, or a powder puff, apply a generous amount of setting powder on top of the concealer, pressing the powder into the skin. Wait three to five minutes to allow for all of that goodness to set, then sweep away any excess powder with a large fluffy brush. Check out the YouTube tutorial below for more deets…
You’ll instantly be able to see the difference, and your look will be locked in place until you decide to take it off. It’s a simple technique, but once you start, we swear, you’ll never stop.
For more snatch techniques, check out our baking guide.
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