Sunday, February 4, 2018

Double Cut Crease

Heyy loves! It has been extremely hot in California. I don’t know about everywhere else, but Los Angeles has been in the high 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Days like these makes me miss being in the UK. I’ve always lived in Cali and have never experienced all of the seasons of the year, for once I’d like to experience them all.

On a side note, I am trying to expand my makeup technique so I attempted to do a double cut crease. I used the Prism pallet from Anastasia Beverly Hills and 21 shades and highlight pallets BH Cosmetics x Carli Bybel. To achieve this look, I started by priming my eyes with the Sephora Eye shadow primer then followed with concealing my eyes. I conceal my eyes so the eye shadow can apply seamlessly and appear more vivid. With my Morphe fluffy domed blending brush, I applied the shade Parallel, from the ABH Prism pallet, to my crease. After the shade was fully blended I cut my crease with my MAC Prolongwear concealer and a small concealer brush, starting from the inner corner of my eye and winging it out. On top of the concealed winged eye, I applied the shade Orisis, with a flat eye shadow brush, from the same pallet. Once my lower eyelid if fully covered I repeat the same steps I used to cut my first eye crease. I set that concealed crease with the lightest shade from the BH Cosmetics x Carli Bybel pallet, using a smaller flat eye shadow brush. Unfortunately, the shade doesn’t have a name but it is located in the top left hand corner of the pallet. I finished this look off with Huda Beauty lashes in the style Samantha. For my first time trying this, I think it came out pretty good. Tell me what you think.



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