Hey guys! So, I did this brown and gold cut crease on my sister today! Keep reading if you want to know how I got this look. Have trouble with cut creases? Read my Ultimate Guide to a Perfect Cut Crease for a step by step tutorial!
*all products used will be listed at the end*
1. Transition shade
I blended in my transition shade into her crease. With a cut crease, it is essential to blend in otherwise it will look like a hot mess! I used a warm orange shade that I knew would go well with the brown
2. Crease shade
I took a clean blending brush and went in with my brown shade. This shade is a deep brown, perfect for fall! I followed her natural crease and extended out her wing.
3. Cut the crease
Usually makeup artists cut the crease with a concealer. However, I used a matte foundation which works just as well and even better I think. I used an angled brush and followed her natural crease.
4. Gold shade
I used my favourite highlighter – I mention this in my list of Best Drugstore Makeup under 10 bucks – and I precisely applied this to her lid.
Now, so that the eyelook doesn’t look too bare, I applied some eyeliner. Or rather black eyeshadow as I didn’t want it to be too harsh and remain nice and soft. A winged eyeliner with this look is optional.
I did her eyebrows using a brow powder. I followed her natural eyebrow shape. I’ll be posting an eyebrow tutorial on Wednesday!
And we’re done! If you like tutorials be sure to click here for a fiery red fall eyeshadow tutorial!
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