Hello Crazies! 😀
I had the most amazing first Prom last night, and I’m still working on the pictures, so I’ll get them up as soon as I can. 😉
So, in my Everyday Cut Crease post, I said that if I got 20 likes on that post, I would do a tutorial on 2 different cut crease looks. Seeing as the post got 32 likes, I’m guessing you gals wanna see the cut crease tutorial!
Without further ado, here we go!
First, I’m going to show you how to do the super simple one. It’s not a really crisp cut crease line, but when the eyes are open, it gives the cut crease illusion. It’s a great one for your first ‘cut crease’ try!
After Priming, start to lightly define the crease with your crease eye shadow. For a more obvious cut crease, go for a dark crease and a light lid. I chose Makeup Geek’s Peacock for this eye. Th =e trick is to go a little at a time.
Here, I just applied some more of the eye shadow, building up the color.
Now for the lid shade. Apply is in a wind-shield wiper motion with a flat brush. I used Makeup Geek’s Shimma Shimma.
Finish with some under-eye shadow, liner, brows, and mascara.
You can see it’s not the sharpest look, but it’s real easy to start off with.
Now for the second way. This way is still easy, but takes some practice. And it gives the super sharp cut crease look as well.
Yes, a little scary, but just wait! I drew a harsh line with an angled brush using Makeup Geek’s Drama Queen.
With the same angled brush, and a little more of the eye shadow, start a flicking motion, which with begin the blending process.
Then take a medium shade, and with a blending brush, I applied Makeup Geek’s Sensuous half on the dark color, and half a step up towards the brow.
With Makeup Geek’s Unexpected eye shadow-a light gray-purple-I blended further up.
Apply a matte skin-tone color to complete the blending.
Start to apply your lid shade with a medium-flat brush. I used Makeup Geek’s Mercury, and I applied it on the majority of my lid.
With a small flat brush, run right along the cut crease with the same eye shadow.
Finish with brows, liner, undereye, and mascara!
Here are the 2 complete cut creases:
I really hope some of you found these tutorials helpful! If you have any post requests, please comment below, or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org!
I will see you soon for my Prom Post!!!!
😀 Lucy ❤