Cut Crease for Hooded Eyes - Chit Chat Makeup Tutorial

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So as you can tell this is my fav palette as its in another makeup tutorial. I hope you like this chit chat video as I feel I haven't done this for a while.

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Step 1:

So first I applies a primer to my lids or you can use concealer. Then with a skin toned shadow you are just going to want to go over the primer to set it and this will help to blend the other colours and also the colours of the shadows.

Step 2:

Then with a red shade I blended this out into the crease and then wing it out. So for this you dont want to take it down to the lash line. Just keep blending this until it is soft and no hash lines.

Step 3:

Then with a chocolate brown shade you are going to want to take a pencil brush and apply this right into the crease following the red colour making the cut crease shape. This doesn't need to perfect as can be cleaned up later.

Step 4:

Then with a wet brush and a shimmery gold shadow you are going to want to apply this to the lid and also along the wing of the cut crease.

Step 5:

Then with you liner you are going to want to apply a wing and this will help bring everything together.

Step 6:

Then with the chocolate brown shade again you are going to want to apply this on the lower lash line.

Step 7:

Then with a light gold highlighter shade I applied this to the inner corner for a highlight. This can help really open up the eyes.

Step 8:

Finally taking your mascara you just need to apply this to the top and lower lashes and then your false lashes.

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    3 years ago

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