Golden cut crease tutorial (Step by step makeup)

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    I was hungry for gold and earthy tones but did not want a "regular" make-up but still do something extra creative - so it was a golden cut crease with a little quick with nice details around the eyeliner :)

    Hope you like the look too!

    Foundation - gloMinerals Pressed Base Foundation (Golden medium)
    Concealer -
    Pixi Pat Away Concealing Base (1 Cream)
    Contouring & highlighter - Contouring Palette (2)
    Powder - Paese Bamboo Silk Powder
    Rouge - Blush (35)
    Fixing Mist - Pixi Makeup Fixing Mist

    Brynpenna - Benecos Eyebrow Designer (Brunette)

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    Lips– Paese Matt Liquid Lipstick (708) and the lip pencil glo Lip Pencil (Pronto) in the contours.

    The eye shadows are the ones marked in the palette above, glo Skin Beauty Shadow Palette (Mixed Metals) + a white matte single shade from Paese.

    The brown and white over the eyeliner wing does the whole make-up I think :)

    All eye shadows are from glo Skin Beauty Shadow Palette (Mixed Metals) unless otherwise stated below:

    1. Eyeshadow primer, Pixi eye bright primer
      Brown eye shadow as a line from the outer corner of the eye.
    2. Make as an eyeliner with wing of the brown shadow
    3. Look straight ahead in the mirror and put the same brown shadow over the globe line
    4. Continue with the shadow outwards in the same direction as the brown eyeliner wing, so that there is a gap between
    5. Gold eyeshadow to fill in the gap on the eyelid.
    6. White eye shadow over the eyeliner wing, Paese cashmere eyeshadow (601)
    7. Black eyeliner with wing, Paese Liquid liner
    8. White eye shadow in the corner of the eye and gold at the bottom of the lower lash line
      Black mascara on the upper lashes, Magnetic lash mascara


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    Helena Amiley
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    1. I have become so eager to order glominerals pressed base after seeing your make-up but am completely confused about the colors. Can't make different swatches? Feels like I should have type neutral light alt medium or some lighter golden. How big is the difference between the different ones? See that you use a little different colors.
      Grateful for help choosing color!

      • I definitely have plans to make a swatch image on it :) Will fix good swatch images on all products that have more shades. I use different now because I have recently been to Mexico and get pretty quickly brighter and brighter now when the burn disappears, and some days when I miss the burn I take a darker and make up on the neck / décolleté hehe. I'm probably a Golden Medium now really. Light but a little bit burn.

        But in answer to your question so no it is not a huge difference, just a little, golden is a little yellower in tone than the natural series. The most common shades in the natural series are fair (for those who are as light as you can become) and natural light is also very light. Natural dark, I myself have chosen not to have in the assortment in the webshop as it is so very unusual, so I do not want to risk someone buying it just because it is difficult to decipher over the internet. It goes almost in the pig pink direction.

        So: If you are a little darker than natural light, you usually switch to the golden series instead, so if you choose between natural light, medium or golden light, I believe most in golden light. It is very light but with a yellow undertone.

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