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Neutral Cut Crease Look

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Hi guys, how are you all today?

The other day, I attempted to create a cut creased eyeshadow look. I’ll be honest and say that I am not the best at this. It’s a skill that I am trying to teach myself, and this is the third time that I have attempted to wear my eyeshadow this way. I do have slightly hooded eyes, so the cut crease part can go wrong so easily.

I use darker shades to form my crease; I do this the same way that I normally build up a crease shade. It doesn’t matter if it goes onto the lid because I use concealer to carve out the crease. I used the shade Crucifix from the Kat Von D Saints and Sinners palette to create the dark crease.  To apply the concealer, I took a flat synthetic shadow brush with the Kat Von D Lock-It concealer, setting it with a bit of setting powder.

On my lid, I packed on the shade Queen Phyllis by Bare Minerals, which is such a beautiful cool toned gold. I finished off the eyes with a quick flick of liquid liner and mascara.

Do you guys know any tips to improve the cut-crease look? Any tips would be handy; thank you.

Have a lovely day guys, and take care!

xxx

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