Introduction: Purple Cut Crease Eye Makeup
I love the way this look has come out. It is very dramatic and colorful and ideal for this time of year for any parties you may have to go too.
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So first what you are going to want to do is take a white liner and sketch where you are wanting the cut crease to go. This makes it easier as you can judge everything better rather than guessing and messing it up.
Then taking a dark purple you are going to want to draw above the white line you have just drew. I then pulled the purple up towards the brow slightly to help blend this out. I then take a fluffy brush and go over this in a windshield motion to also blend this out further. You are going to want to go back and forth with this step until you are happy.
Then you are going to want to take a black eye shadow and go along the line on the outer corner of your eye and then blend this out into the purple keeping it off the lid.
Then I took 3 shades of pink and blended this into the purple and out into the crease. I started of with a really light pink and got a shade darker each time until I was happy. Then go in with the fluffy brush and blend this out.
Then I go in with a bit of concealer and take this up into the line that I created. I do this as it cleans up the line and removes anything that may have gone onto the lid.
I then go over the concealer with a white eye shadow to set this. I take this right up into the line.
I then take a silver glitter pencil and draw along the cut crease line. This helps blend it all in together and add a special something.
Then I went in with some eyeliner and applied this on the top and lower lid. I created a wing with this too.
To finish this I applied some mascara and then my false lashes. This just helps them blend in together and really opens up your eyes and makes them very dramatic.
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