When applying eye shadow as eyeliner, angle the upper tip of your makeup brush along your lash line. Starting from the inner corner of your eye, gently swipe the brush along your upper lash line. Repeat this process two to three times until the eye shadow reaches your desired consistency and color.
What is the point of a cut crease?
WHAT EXACTLY IS CUT CREASE? Cut crease eyeshadow is a very technical term for a really cool look. Equal parts optical illusion and beauty trend, it's when a lighter shade of eyeshadow cuts across the crease of the eyelid, creating a dramatic contrast that makes eyes look Bambi-huge and defined.
How to do a cut crease eyeshadow for beginners?
"Using the tip of a small flat brush, blend the line towards the inner and outer corner of the eye as well as slightly blend upwards," suggests Duyos. Add a transition shade above your newly defined cut crease, then Duyos says to blend it up toward the brow. Apply full-coverage concealer to your lid.
What product to use to cut crease eyeshadow?
However, when it comes to creating a sharp and defined cut crease on hooded lids it's better to opt for an eyeshadow primer that's cream-based and formulated with a thick and tacky texture.
How do you outline your eyes perfectly?
My finger would sponge the shadows. That's how I get around that. And then like below I carefully glide the pencil from outer to inner corner.
How do you wear eyeshadow with hooded eyes?
This sounds unconventional and it is, but when you have hooded eyes, you don't have much lid space. When you're applying eyeshadow, place it above your natural crease so it can be seen on the visible lid when your eyes are open. Take it a step further and try a cut crease to fake a higher eye fold.