Friday 16 March 2018

Cut That Crease

Hey lovelies!

Who else do we have to thank for this post than none other than my literal blogger sister The Skinny Hot Choc! This girl is so talented and so cool but then again, I am a little biased haha!

Now, cut creases are tricky things to achieve. They always look so intricate and so precise that it scares me off from trying it out myself. Thankfully my sister figured it out and managed to create this super simple version of the cut crease with plenty of neutral tones and a solid winged liner to complete the look! We kept the brows and lips fairly natural and let the eyes do all of the talking as often, with a cut crease, if the rest of the makeup is bold too, the entire look tends to be relatively overwhelming and just way too much!

Let me know in the comment section down below if you've tried out a cut crease look before. Did you find it difficult to achieve? Do you have any tips?


P.S. The links to the products used are at the end of this post and feel free to head on over to my sister's blog to get the full run down on how she achieved this look on me!


Products Used:

FACE - MAC Cosmetics 'Prep + Prime Natural Radiance' in Radiant Pink, MAC Cosmetics 'Studio Fix Fluid' in NC15 and Maybelline 'Fit Me!' Concealer in Fair 15
EYES - Kat Von D Beauty 'Lock-It Color Correcting Eyeshadow Primer' in Fair, Kat Von D Beauty 'Shade + Light Eye Contour Palette', Maybelline 'Fit Me!' Concealer in Light 10, e.l.f. 'Intense Ink Eyeliner' in Blackest Black, Benefit Cosmetics 'Longwear Powder Shadow' in Milk It! and Benefit Cosmetics 'Roller Lash' in Black 
BROWS - Makeup Revolution 'Duo Brow Definer' in Medium Brown 
CHEEKS - Benefit Cosmetics 'Hervana' and Benefit Cosmetics 'Hoola'  
LIPS - MUA Luxe Velvet Lip Lacquer 'Tranquility'

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