Step by Step Cut Crease

I mentioned last week that I tried a cut crease look for the first time and was pleasantly surprised with the outcome! Unfortunately I did not capture the step by step so this time I took my time and photographed each move I made. Enjoy!

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Apply a light brown transition shad all over the lid

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Apply a darker transition shade along just the crease of the eye, blending upwards

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Apply your darkest shade to the outer corner and along the entire crease, being a lot more precise in the inner corner

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Apply concealer with a flat tapered brush to the inner corner of the eye, following the crease and ending about 3/4 of the way across the eye (try not to blink, it will transfer!)

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Apply your lightest shade on top of your concealer with another flat brush (the lighter the shade, the more the contrast)

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Blend a transition shimmer shade over the area where the concealer ends and your darkest crease shade begins to create a gradient and smooth transition between the colors

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Apply a cat eye with a liquid liner

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Smudge a mixture of your transition shades along the lower lash line, tight line with black liner and apply lots of mascara

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