The cut crease trend confuses me a bit… Like for the longest time we were told to blend our eye shadow. I thought not blending your eye shadow was bad. That’s basically what a cut crease it, when you’re crease shadow doesn’t bend smoothly into your all over eye, right? Like I said a cut creases confuse me. Wow I make such a great beauty blogger…
I have been seeing this type of look every where, it’s all over Instagram. So since I don’t fully understand it the only logical thing to do is give a try and see how it goes, and if I liked it. (Also did you notice the awkward position Tigre is laying in the bottom right corner.)
We’re just going to skip to the eyes part of this look as that’s what I wanted to tell you about. The eyeshadows I used all came from Too Faced Christmas In New York pallet. So I started out with Chocolate Raspberry and blended it through my crease and the outer corner of my lower lash line. I then blended a little bit of Coconut from the crease to my brow bone. After that I took a Wet n Wild Small concealer brush and Nyx’s HD Concealer and carefully applied a small amount of concealer on my eyes where I wanted the lighter color to go. By doing this I was able to pat on Champagne Rose over the rest of my eyelid with out it blending into the dark color. Although I did very carefully blend it a tiny bit for a softer look. Then finished it up with E.l.f Cream Eyeliner and an angled eyeliner brush to line my upper lash line and Maybelline push up angel mascara
I found that I actually like the way this look turned out. The only thing, is I think it would look better with lashes on.