”Hi Helena! I think your creative make-up is great, especially all cut crease. But every time I test myself, I feel so made up .. Have you reached tips on how to make a nice cut crease that does not make me feel made up, but which is also not too discreet? I still want it to be a clear cut crease :)”
Absolutely! :) Here is a make-up + my 3 best tips:
- The best trick is to only put makeup on the top of the eyes, and nothing at all on the bottom. As soon as there is a lot of make-up on the underside, you feel more made-up.
- In addition, I think it is a good idea to shade with a brown shade in the fade, then the makeup feels milder than if you e.g. choose a colorful eyeshadow at the far end.
- Often when I do cut crease make-up, I like to make up the crease line much higher up than it actually sits, but the make-up becomes milder if you make up the crease line shadow where the crease line is when you look straight ahead.
Today's make - up I did to show this, a very quick make-up (to be a cut crease) that I did in a hurry before work this morning. Hope you like it!
Face primer - Paese Makeup Base Matte
Foundation - gloMinerals Pressed Base Foundation (Golden Dark)
Contouring - Paese Bronzing powder (1m)
Rouge - gloMinerals Powder blush (papaya)
Eyebrows - gloMinerals Micro Brow Liner (Ash & Dark Brown)
Lips - IsaDora Lip Desire Sculpting Lipstick (Raisin Rum) (Adlink)
What do you think? :)
- Eyeshadow primer, Pixi eye bright primer
White eye shadow on the entire eyelid, Paese Kashmir Eyeshadow (601)
- Brown eyeshadow along the globe line, fade out, Paese Kashmir Eyeshadow (604)
- Black eyeliner with wing, Paese liquid eyeliner
- White eye shadow under the eyeliner
Black mascara on the upper lashes, Magnetic Lash Mascara
Hugs are! ♥