Soft cut crease for autumn makeup tutorial
Autumn is here and that's why I decided to do something different and try cut crease. This look is not anything super hard to accomplish but you may need more practise if you have never done a cut crease eye. I used neutral tones and a little bit of dark burgundy red.
So let's get started.
1. Start crease work with light neutral drown shadow. Use blender brush but keep the shadow a little bit above your natural crease so that the cut crease effect shows up better later on.
2. Take a small blender brush and a bit deeper neutral brown. Keep the colour precisely on the crease and kind of wing it out on the outer part of your crease.
3.Take some concealer and clean your lid with it while sharpening the line between shadows we blended from the eyelid.
4. Use light bronze shimmery shadow, pigment or highlighter and apply it on to top of the concealer. You don't have to set the concealer with any powder because then shimmers will stick to it better when it's a little bit tacky.
5. Take dark brownish red for a soft liner but don't go all the way to the inner corner.
6. Repeat crease work on your lower lid and then take a angled brush and connect the wing with the lower eyelid.
7. Finish the look with some mascara and/or false lashes. Add some highlight on to your brow bones and inner corners.
Final step is to add lipstick. I chose dark red because of the red wing but you can add nude or brown for example.
NYX: HD studio concealer,
sculpt and highlight face duo,
Full throttle lipstick in a shade Sandman,
Highlight and contour pro palette,
strobe of genius illuminating palette,
love contour all eye and face sculpting palette.
Urban Decay: Jean-Michel Basquiat eyeshadow palette
Smashbox: Photo finish primer,
Studio skin foundation
Clarins: Wonder Perfect mascara
Laura Geller: Baked gelato swirl illuminator in a shade ballerina
Maybeline: Lash sensational mascara
Sephora: Blush in a shade orange punchy sunbaked N°05
Thank you so much for reading. I hope you enjoyed and will come back for more.