Today's tutorial is a dramatic aqua blue cut crease.
You can go as simple or dramatic with this technique as you like.
Enjoy the tutorial, below.
NYX Cosmetics Jumbo Eye Pencil - Milk
MAC Eyeshadow Sketch
BH Cosmetics Eyes On The '60s Eyeshadow Palette (lilac, violet, pink, peach, black)
Make‑Up Atelier Pearl Powder PP21- White Orange
Milani Liquifeye Liquid Eye Liner Automatic - Black
ColourPop Creme Gel Eyeliner - Call Me
NYX Liquid Crystal Liner - Crystal Aqua
Revlon Volume + Length Magnified Mascara
Make‑Up Atelier Pearl Powder PP14 - Sable Or (Highlight)
STEP BY STEP TUTORIAL:
- Begin with a white eye base. Blend all over lids.
- Apply an aqua teal eyeshadow all over lids and blend.
- Using a deep purple eyeshadow, begin, ‘cutting the crease’ by following the natural shape of your crease.
- Using a pink eyeshadow, apply to the entire crease and use it to feather out the edges of the purple shadow.
- Reapply the purple shadow to the outer edges. Also apply to the lower lashline.
- Go back and forth between the pink and purple until you get the desired intensity.
- Apply a white gold pigment beneath the brows for a luminous highlight.
- Apply a peach pink to the brow bone and to further blend out the edges.
- Using a black eyeshadow, you can further carve out the outer crease for a more pronounced look. For a softer look, skip this step.
- Apply a generous amount of brown cream eyeliner to the upper lashline. Connect the outer edge to the outer part of the cut crease.
- Line the lower waterline and lashline. Also, smudge the purple shadow on the outer lower lashline.
- Apply false lashes and mascara.
- Apply a champagne beige pigment to the inner corners.
- Embellish the look with a sparkly teal eyeliner!
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