Hiii my beauties !!
Happy Sunday guys !! How is your weekend ?
Today I will share with this look with you guys, it’s a mauve and pink cut crease using the Urban Decay’s Naked 3 eyeshadow palette.
I haven’t used this eyeshadow palette in soooo long, felt like doing a look with one palette only. A very pinky, girly and romantic look, and I’m pretty happy with the look I got 😀 😀
So let’s get to how I got this look !
- Lotion: MAC’s Oil Control Lotion
- Primer: Almay’s Smart Shade, perfect and correct primer
- Foundation: Estee Lauder, Double Wear Foundation in 2W2 Rattan
- Concealer: NARS Radiant Creamy Concealer in Custard
- Cream Contour: The Body Shop’s Shade Adjusting Drops in Darkening
- Setting Powder: Laura Mercier Translucent Loose Setting Powder
- Bronzer: Benefit Hoola Bronzer
- Powder Contour: Anastasia Beverly Hills Contour Kit Refills in Java
- Blush: Essence Matt Touch Blush in the shade 20 Berry Me Up!
- Highlighter: BECCA x Jaclyn Hill Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed, in Champagne Pop
- Lips: Essence Lipliner in the shade Wish Me a Rose + Kat Von D Everlasting Liquid Lipstick in the shade Lolita
The face make-up it pretty much the same eveytime 😀
All products listed in order of application, as always 😀
- Eyebrows: Bh Cosmetics’ Flawless Brow Trio in Dark + The Body Shop’s Lash and Brow Gel
- Eyeshadow Primer: MAC’s Paint Pot in Painterly
- Eyeshadow: Urban Decay’s Naked 3
- Setting the Primer Shade: Strange
- Transition Shade: Limit
- Crease Shade: Nooner
- Lid Shade: Dust
- Crease line: Silver Glitter Eyeliner
- Lower Lash Line Shade: Limit + Nooner
- Mascara: REVLON’s PhotoReady 3D Volume
- Wing: Essence Liquid Ink Eyeliner
- Tighline: L’Óreal’s Kajal Magique in Black
- Waterline: The Body Shop’s Eye Definer in the Shade White
Now let’s get to the eyes!
STEP 1: Put the transition shade on. It will be a bit above where you would normally place it, because it’s a cut crease look.
STEP 2: With an angled brush, pick up the crease shade and, carefully, start carving out your crease line, go with small yet steady strokes.
STEP 3: Start blending the crease line upwards, keep adding the transition shade little by little and keep blending it into the transition shade so it looks as seamless as possible.
STEP 4: Carefully start placing the lid shade. Wet your brush with MAC Fix+, so you get more pigmentation out of the shade.
STEP 5: Add the glitter eyeliner on the crease line to give and extra detail.
STEP 6: Do the winged liner, put on mascara and the eyeliners.
And you are doneee!!!
It’s not as hard as it looks, just be careful when carving out the crease, and the rest will be easier. And if you cannot do it, take a teaspoon, place it on top of your eye and put on the transition and crease shade. And it will be easy to carve out the crease 😀
Hope you liked this look 😀
Let me know if you want to see any other look in particular 😀
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