Hi loves and welcome to another tutorial ♡ This one was requested on my Facebook page : https://www.facebook.com/BoredomWithJen.
A negative space cut crease look ♡
STEP BY STEP TUTORIAL:
Step 1: First I prepped my eye with NYX eyeshadow base in Skin Tone and set with Ben Nye Banana Powder.
With an angled brush, I added black to my lower lashline and cut the crease with Pure (Black Shadow) from Belladonna's Cupboard, foiled with Inglot's Duraline.
Step 2: Using a sharp angled brush, I cut the second crease, Dragging up the shadow slightly before it sets.
Step 3: Using the Too Faced Chocolate Bar and a small blending brush, I add Triple Fudge just above Pure and blend out with Ben Nye Banana powder.
Step 4: Using Pure, I fill in the edges under the first cut and blend inwards. Again using Banana Powder to blend out harsh edges.
Step 5: Add NYX Jumbo Pencil in Milk to the center of the lid and to the open spot on your lower lashline.
Step 6: Pack White Chocolate (Chocolate Bar) on the very center of the lid and blend out slightly with Milk Chocolate.
Step 7: Add Triple Fudge just under the crease and drag downwards over Milk Chocolate to blend.
Step 8: Using Pure, I set the lower lashline and added Triple Fudge to the center. Line the lower waterline.
Step 9: Add lashes and you're done♡
I'm asked daily what Angled Brush I use, it's a MAC 263. Its the sharpest angle brush I've found♡
Thanks for checking out one of my Tutorials and remember I do requests♡ xoxo, Jen
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