Fiery Half Cut Crease Tutorial

Fiery Half Cut Crease Tutorial
Hello everyone and welcome back to my blog! Today what I have for you is this beautiful warm orange, yellow, and red half cut crease with a blue and purple lash line. I wanted to do a contrasting color scheme on the lower lash line for a pop of some different colors and creativity. To achieve this look I used my BH Cosmetics "Take Me Back To Brazil" palette. This palette is mostly mattes and has some shimmery shades in it. At this point I think I have used off of the shadows in this palette and they're all pigmented and blendable. For today's look in particular I used all matte shades, except for when I cut the crease, did the brow bone and the bottom lash line shades did have some shimmer to it. The blue and purple don't have much of a sheen on the eye, but there are a few specks of sparkle.

Fiery Half Cut Crease Tutorial
Fiery Half Cut Crease Tutorial
Getting started with this tutorial, I did all of my face makeup first and then did the eyes, which is not what I normally do. I'm not the type to bake my under eye really, But I do leave some extra setting powder under my eyes in case of any fallout. Starting out with some eyeshadow primer and setting it with my setting powder. I then went in the bright Yellow shade with a fluffy natural fiber blending brush and blended the yellow through the crease, all the way to the inner corner and almost to the brow bone leaving space for a highlight.With the same brush I took the bright Orange and started buffing it into the Yellow in a circular motion bring it mostly into the inner corner, but not too far. I wanted to keep my eyes more open looking and didn't want to put too much color there. With the same brush again, I took the red and patted and blended it a little, just in the outer third corner of the eye, bringing it down slightly so I could connect the lower lash line shadows into the red. Using my foundation and a flat cream shadow brush, I cut the inner half of my lid and backed on the highlight shade, blending it slight back to get rid of harsh lines. On a flat tapered eyeshadow brush I went in with the Blue and ran it in the outer third of my bottom lash line. Picking up the Purple I blended it from the Blue to the inner third of the eye. Using the highlight shade that has the pink reflect, I ran it on the inner third of the bottom lash line, on the inner corner and brow bone. Finishing up the eye look, I lined my upper waterline with black to make my lashes look thicker, and I put white on the bottom waterline to open the look of my eyes. I then added my favorite mascara!

Thank you so much for stopping by and reading my blog post today, I appreciate your time and hope you love this look. Comment down below and suggest some tutorials, or reviews you might want to see from me! Below here I will have all of the products I used listed as well as the brushes and tools used. Down below you will find all of my social media links including my YouTube channel! Please consider subscribing and watching some of the videos I have posted! I have a few up so far and I'm wanting to do some more!
Xoxo Lulu

Hard Candy Eyeshadow Primer
BH Cosmetics; Take Me Back To Brazil palette
Maybelline The Rocket Mascara; Waterproof; Black
Essence Kajal Black Eye pencil
L.A. Colors retractable White eyeliner
Elf Brow Kit; Light
Elf Clear Brow and Lash Mascara

Maybelline Baby Skin Instant Pore Eraser
Revlon Colorstay Combo/oily Skin foundation; 200 Nude
Maybelline, Fit Me, Matte & Poreless; 110 Porcelain
Coty Airspun, Loose Powder; Naturally Neutral
Elf Contour Kit; Light
DIY Blush
Elf Mist & Set, Setting Spray

Maybelline ColorSensational; 015 Born With It

Carli Bybel Original Palette; both lighter shades

Brushes / Tools:
Real Techniques Sponge
Pueen Large Powder Brush
Pueen Angled Blush Brush
Generic Brand Fan Brush
Generic Natural Fiber Blending Brush
Generic Flat Packing Brush
Generic Flat Angled Shader Brush
Generic Flat Cream Shadow Brush

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