Lavender Cut Crease

I was always intimidated by the cut crease eyeshadow look. If the placement isn’t exactly right, it looks weird, but when done right? Uh huh honaaaay.cutcrease1I won’t lie-cut creases are hard. I had to practice a lot to find just the right placement for my eye shape. Ideally, the cut crease color placement will be in and just above your natural crease. If you do not have a crease at all, this is a great way to create one!cutcrease2I created this cool-toned cut crease look with the LORAC Mega Pro 2 Palette, now unavailable. You could easily replicate it with a matte black and matte lavender shadow though! It almost always looks best when paired with a winged cat eye, with the wing being paralell to your cut crease line.

ALSO WEARING
Tarteist Clay Paint Liner 
Smashbox ‘Full Exposure’ Mascara
Julep When Pencil Met Gel in Smoky Plum

Buxom Full-On Lip Stick in Bombay 
Buxom Full-On Lip Polish
Root Natural Brow Powder in Deep Brown

Root Loose Eyeshadow in Diamond
KEVYN AUCOIN The Sculpting Powder cutcrease3I hope you enjoy this look and get brave and try it! Let me know if you have any questions and I’ll see you again soon! xoxo cutcrease5

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