If you are in a desperate need to create a flawless makeup look, then search no further! Time to sparkle with this cut crease eye makeup!
Step 1: All you have to do for any clean eyeshadow look is to use a Scotch tape for precision. First, take a piece of tape; stick it to the back of your hand a couple times to remove some of the tackiness so it doesn’t stick too fiercely to your face. Then, place it on your temple so that it makes a line between the outer corner of your eye and the outer tip of your eyebrow. Now, grab your red eye pencil or linear and gently draw a curved line starting from the inner corner, following the crease line and finishing at the end of your brow. Do not worry if the line is not precise, you will blend it in a minute.
Step 2: Grab a fluffy brush and apply brown or orange colour to the crease line, following the red pencil line.
Step 3: Use the same brush to add a darker shade to the crease, blending it nicely.
Step 4: Use the darkest of your colours exactly on the crease line to make your eyeshadow look deeper.
Step 5: Fill in the eyelid with shimmery colours. Make sure you use silver to the outer corner of the lid.
Step 6: Apply the red eyeliner. Pencil eyeliner is easy to apply, but sometimes doesn’t spread as smoothly or thickly as gel or liquid liners. Gel liners are matte and glide on easily.
Step 7: Apply your false eyelashes. Before gluing the lashes on, you will need to make sure they are not too wide for your eye. Hold the lash strips up against your eyelid, and trim them down on the sides if necessary. Now, you can apply the lashes carefully by positioning it as close as possible to your natural lashes.
Step 8: Allow the glue to dry naturally. Apply mascara to your lashes. This will help blend your natural lashes with the false ones, achieving a more natural look.