Another look at my pink inspired makeup from yesterday! I Love Creating Colorful Looks!
Eyes: @jeffreestarcosmetics (Beauty Killer Palette) China White, Courtney, Star Power @toofaced Better Than Sex mascara @urbandecaycosmetics
Original Eyeshadow Primer Potion @eylureofficial Exaggerate No. 140 @nyxcosmetics Micro Brow Pencil in BRUNETTE & CONTROL FREAK eyebrow gel #nyxcosmetics Epic Ink Eyeliner in black
Take Me to Brazil Palette contact lenses in polar lights light brown
Okay! As promised, a simple cut crease tutorial. Not my best work, but today was rushed! Anyway, let's begin.
1)Take your crease shadow of choice I used @bobbibrown in "Mahogany" and use an angled brush (like one for your brows) and draw your line (doesn't have to be perfect-clearly ) to stencil out your crease.
2)Take your transition color of choice (I used "Toast" by @bobbibrown ) and blend over your crease line.
3)Use your crease color and blend into your transition color.
4)Now here's my trick to getting that super sharp cut crease: CREAM SHADOW! Since it spreads like butter, it's so easy to get a really defined line. In this particular tutorial, I used @younique_corporate cream shadow in "Victorious" . I really like their cream shadows and I absolutely LOVE the @bobbibrown cream shadows. I recommend using a synthetic bristled, thin, round top brush. I used my brush to spread the cream shadow up to the crease line, and created the distinct "cut" in the crease. Just keep in mind that cream shadows dry fairly quickly and once they do, they tend not to budge, so be as quick as you can!
5)The rest is optional! I threw on some wings (Stiletto Liner from @maybelline ) mascara (Monsieur Big from @lancomeofficial ), lashes, and highlighter ( @beccacosmetics in "Moonstone") under my brow bone.
All right, we're done! Hope this is helpful!