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If you want to makes your eyes look even more open and adds depth and dimension, of course a cut crease eyeshadow look is the best choice.Tap the eyeshadow primer in the eye socket and then blend with dark brown eyeshadow till the eye tail. The nude lipstick might be a good match with brown eye tone.

According to the color combos, there is nothing more beautiful than purple and orange eyeshadow. These sunset shades wear beautifully together, that's why we recommend using them together in colorful eyeshadow date looks. Try to wear an elegant purple shade on your lid and a popping yellow in your crease for a bold eye, then apply orange shadow only to the lower eyelid.

If you can draw a heart on a piece of paper, trust me when I say you can etch some onto your lids just easily. Makeup artist Cait Murphy proved just that when she shared her heart-filled cut crease look on the MakeupAddiction subreddit. She started off by sweeping a rose-gold eye shadow like the L'Oréal Paris Infallible Paints Eyeshadow Metallics in Rose Chrome all over her lids. Next, she drew on flicks with the Kat Von D Tattoo Liner before lining along her creases to create a negative-space look.

Now the fun part. Eye makeup. To get a cut crease and for easy cleanup, put a small piece of scotch tape from the end of your eyebrow to the corner of your eye. I use cheap 99cent tape because it is not that sticky.

Cut creases are an absolute favourite for many beauty enthusiasts. A cut crease is characterized by a clean line drawn slightly above the eyelid to give depth and definition to the look. It is all about putting your eye crease centre stage and accentuating it with eyeshadow. Scroll through the gram and you will see most beauty enthusiasts sporting this as a part of their eye makeup routines.

The reverse cut crease trend was kickstarted by UK-based makeup artist Ana Takahashi last November. She created a smoked-out version of this look by placing most of the eyeshadows above the cut crease as opposed to the standard clean brow bone. This reversal immediately added an edge to the popular shape which received mass appreciation on the gram. Takahashi also included a white shadow above the outer half of the crease while also extending the shape to the brow bone. Meanwhile, she kept the lid space minimal with white eyeshadow in the inner portion and carefully blended out a dark brown shade in a cat-eye shape.

Many people think that the cut crease is a modern day technique, but really, it has been around long before the invention of the internet. The cut crease first became a popular beauty trend in the 1960s. Along with hippie and mod fashion, came bold and geometric eye makeup. Some famous icons that popularized the look during this decade include Audrey Hepburn, Liza Minnelli, supermodel Twiggy, Diana Ross and drag queen Divine. During this time, the cut crease matched the mood of the era. Graphic liner often defined the hard crease, with little to no blending. This look was often paired with false eyelashes or mascara. A perfect example of this look, is the iconic makeup looks that supermodel Twiggy wore in many of her pictorials.

Hey my loves!How has your week been? Mine has been quite hectic! But I finally found the time to get this look up for you guys. It is actually not a tutorial but instead, is just a bit of fiery red inspiration for your makeup for Valentine's Day 2018! To be honest, I think I will probably be in my Pj's this valentines day, eating pizza and working, as I always do haha! Anyways, I hope you enjoy the look!Glitter Valentine - Red and Gold Glitter Cut Crease - Makeup Inspiration: The Veiled ArtistYou can read my post here, that I wrote last year about how I spent my valentines day and what I think about the day itself!Valentines Day Makeup Look 2018Products used:LA Girl Pro concealers in Fawn and Pure Beige used to prime eyelids and cut creaseMorphe 35c eyeshadow palette for shadowsFestival Face Glitter GlueViolet Vos


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