Hey “BD beauties”!
I have been trying different ways to play with summer shades and today’s look is one that cam by that way! I figured that this would e a great way to incorporate right shades into the daily neutral eye makeup. This look is a cut crease makeup look but if you do not like this type of look, you can obviously blend the crease colour well!
This look is definitely wearable and you can swap in the crease shade with your favourite spring/ summer shade! So let’s get started :)
Prime your lids and apply a rose gold eye shadow all over the lid to start off. You can wet the shade for a vibrant glossy look.
Using a stiff lending brush or crease brush, place a bright shade (I’m using a peacock blue shade) and place the shade on the crease area without blending with the lid colour which is the whole idea of a cut crease look! Once you have placed the shade, it’s time to lend the upper crease; I believe a cut crease looks good only when the upper crease is blended well.
Using a matte cream shade, apply it to your brow bone to highlight
Using a shimmer champagne shade apply it to your inner tear duct to brighten the area!
Tight line and also line your water line with a black eye liner pencil.
Line your upper lash line with a black liquid liner and flick it slightly at the ends. I’m going with a thin liner for this look!
Finish off the look with mascara and falsies! This look with be great with any bright crease shade like a coral, blue or even green. Don’t hesitate to experiment with your makeup and go out of your safe zone!
Comment below and tell me if you love bright shades or like the plain neutrals.