Hi fine ni!
In today's make-up, I tried to do a cut crease make-up in a different way than I usually do. I usually apply primer on the entire eyelid and then make sharp edges in the crease directly with the eye shadows, but I have seen on Instagram that many do it by first doing a soft sweep along the crease and then marking the eyelid sharply with a cream eye shadow.
I have not tested it before as I do not have a good light cream eyeshadow that I think lasts super well, but now I realized that I can test do it with a little eyeshadow primer instead :) It did not hold mega good either because it got a little thick with primer , but will test again sometime, if you are more economical with the second layer of primer, I think it can be really good without being too much "layer upon layer".
Anyway, here is a tutorial on makeup that I took step by step :)
Face primer - Paese Makeup Base (Matte)
Foundation - gloMinerals Pressed Base Foundation (Golden medium)
Contouring - Paese Bronzing Powder (1M)
Highlighter - Pixi Book of beauty (Glow Getters)
Rouge - Paese powder blush (35)
Fixing Mist - Pixi Makeup Fixing Mist
Eyebrows - Pixi natural brow duo (Natural Brown)
Lips - My lip tattoo
- Eyeshadow primer, Pixi eye bright primer
Brown eyeshadow along the globe line, Paese Kashmir eyeshadow (604)
- Brown eyeshadow at the end of the lower lash line
- Tie the globe line and the lower lash line together and form a cat eye shape with eye shadow at the end of the eyelid.
- Fade the edges
- Black eye shadow at the end of the eyelid, Paese cashmere eyeshadow (602)
- Eyeshadow primer on the inside of the eyelid, so that there is a sharp edge at the crease line
- Golden eye shadow in the middle of the eyelid, Yag Mineral eyeshadow (Rose Gold)
- Light, shimmery eye shadow in the inner part of the eyelid and in the corner of the eye, Paese Diamond Trio (707)*
- Brown, shimmery eye shadow along the lower lash line, Paese Diamond Trio (707)
- Black eyeliner with wing, Paese liquid eyeliner
Black mascara on all lashes, Magnetic Lash Mascara
Then it's ready! :)
The makeup brushes I have used are from Nanshy - Tapered Crease, Crease, Flat Definer and Pencil.
Hope you were inspired!