If you like putting makeup on, the cut crease might be one of the staple looks in your repertoire. You can always achieve totally different effects you can achieve with a cut crease by using less conventional colours, brushes and products. If you are interested in perfecting the cut crease look, you have come to the right place. Let this makeup tutorial guide you into finding the ultimate soft pink cut crease for your lids. This smoky cut crease eyeshadow look is quite easy to recreate by following these simple steps below.
Step 1: Take your black eyeshadow and apply it along the crease line. Use a small makeup brush dipped in the shadow to distribute it evenly across the line. Don’t apply it too high as you need to leave room for the blending which will take the colour a little higher up.
Step 2: Now blend the line of colour using a larger blending brush. Try to go over the colour softly in a back and forth motion being careful not to smudge it too high. Press on a white or creamy coloured eyeshadow onto the entire eyelid and brow bone.
Step 3: Take a fluffy brush and apply dark pink shadow above the crease line. Leave the brow bone nude as you already applied creamy shadow over it.
Step 4: Using the tip of a flat brush apply pink eyeshadow under the crease line. Blend the colour across the lid. After all, you want to achieve a nice, smoky eye effect.
Step 5: Next, define your upper lash line with the black eyeliner. Make sure you apply the colour as closely to your lashes as possible. Expand the wing of the eyeliner out, angling it towards your eyebrow.
Step 6: Line the waterline using a black and white eye pencils and finish by smudging the shadow underneath the lower lash line. As a final touch, add several coats of your long-lasting mascara as this will help you wrap up the final look.