Saturday, 9 November 2013

Pink and brown cut crease tutorial

I added my new Bobbi Brown sparkle eyeshadow over the top of this, but you can leave that out for a more day-friendly look.  I wish the sparkle showed up better in these pictures!

Products needed
  • Eyeshadow base - Too Faced Shadow Insurance
  • Pinky-purple cream shadow - Illamasqua Delirium
  • Brown Pencil liner - Urban Decay Demolition 24/7 pencil liner
  • Pink sparkly shadow *optional* - Bobbi Brown Silver Lilac sparkle shadow
  • Brown eyeshadow - MAC Satin Taupe
  • Black eyeshadow - I used MAC Carbon, as it's not that pigmented, so gives a softer look.  Try Urban Decay's Blackout if you want a darker look)
  • Neutral highlight shadow - Boots Natural Collection Sea Shell eyeshadow
  • Black sparkly eyeliner - Urban Decay Oil Slick 24/7 pencil liner
  • Black pencil liner - Illamasqua Sophie pencil
  • Mascara - Lancome Hypnose Star
  • False lashes

  1. After priming your eye, apply your pink cream shadow all over the lid.
  2. With a brown pencil draw a line along your crease, and mark out your flick,
  3. Place your brown shadow on top of the brown liner, blending upwards towards the crease.  At this point, I patted my sparkly eyeshadow on top of the cream shadow.
  4. Highlight under your brow using your neutral shadow.  Define the brown pencil line with black eyeshadow.
  5. Line your eye with a black sparkly pencil liner.  I used an angled brush to blend this into the wing line I made with the brown pencil.
  6. Apply black pencil to your waterline, then add mascara and lashes.

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