Glam Cut Crease Eye Makeup Tutorial

Hello, everyone. I have been trying (and failing) to do the cut crease eye makeup tutorial for a long time. To be honest, cut crease isn'...

Hello, everyone. I have been trying (and failing) to do the cut crease eye makeup tutorial for a long time. To be honest, cut crease isn't a very easy one to do and also very time-consuming. The blending perfection has to be on point and also the lines. Finally, I learned this technique after numerous attempts and created my own version of glam cut crease eye makeup. I did this tutorial keeping in mind that the eye look has to be paired with a stunning bold lip color of your choice. Generally, glam looks are all about bold touch and thus I mixed and matched the shimmer with matte bold lips. Scroll down to see how the eye makeup look turned out to be.

Glam Cut Crease Eye Makeup Tutorial

Products Used:
  • Kryolan TV Paint Stick
  • L.A. Girl Pro Conceal Yellow Corrector
  • Lakme Rose Powder
  • NYX Tinted Brow Mascara
  • Freedom Makeup London Mono Eyeshadow - Base 205
  • Sleek Au Naturel I-Divine Eyeshadow Palette
  • Maybelline Dream Lumi Touch Highlighting Concealer
  • Faces Ultime Pro Metaliglow Champagne
  • Lakmé Insta Liner
  • Deborah Milano Nude Kajal Pencil
  • Maybelline Volum' Express The Falsies Mascara

Tools Used:
  • Real Techniques Deluxe Crease Brush
  • Real Techniques Core Collection Brush Set
  • MAC Blending brush 217
  • Sigma Brush Basic Eyes Kit
  • Almon Makeup Sponge

Steps Involved:

I started off doing my brow and applied the NYX Tinted Brow Mascara. I also took the mascara slightly on a flat angled brush and filled the gaps. You can also make the brows bolder than what I have done. I left my under eyes bare and applied the Kryolan TV Paint Stick and L.A. Girl Pro Conceal Yellow Corrector and concealed the eyelids. To set it, I have used the Freedom Makeup London Mono Eyeshadow - Base 205.

Glam Cut Crease Eye Makeup Tutorial

Now, taking a small pencil brush and using the matte taupe brown eyeshadow from the Sleek Au Naturel I-Divine Eyeshadow Palette, I have created a virtual crease line on the eyelid. If you have shaky hands, use a spoon to draw the line for reference. This would help the line to be perfect. Also, use a light hand so that you can easily wipe off any mistake.

Glam Cut Crease Eye Makeup Tutorial

Once I was satisfied with the line, I applied a dark coffee brown eyeshadow color from the same palette and deepened the line. You can also use a gel liner or anything that blends easily on the eyelids.

Glam Cut Crease Eye Makeup Tutorial

Next, I mixed an orange-brown and light brown color and blended the crease line and diffused every harsh line up till the brown bone. This is the most important step, so make sure you invest a lot of time in blending the eyeshadow color. I have layered the brown colors thrice at least to get that look. So, apply and blend.

Glam Cut Crease Eye Makeup Tutorial

Taking the Maybelline Dream Lumi Touch Highlighting Concealer Honey, I have filled up the eyelid completely. Do this step very carefully and do not step the crease line you have created. The concealer will make the 'cut-crease' look more intense and also form a nice base for the next step. You can use any white gel liner, white pencil, crème eye shadow or anything you prefer.

Glam Cut Crease Eye Makeup Tutorial

Next, I took the Faces Ultime Pro Metaliglow Champagne on the RT Detailer Brush and filled the eyelids where I have applied the concealer. The highlighter has a frosty base and gives a nice soft glow look. You can also use a glitter eye shadow for this purpose.

Glam Cut Crease Eye Makeup Tutorial

Using the Lakmé Insta Liner, I drew a nice winged liner to complete the eyelid makeup.

Glam Cut Crease Eye Makeup Tutorial

Coming to the under eyes, I color corrected with the Kryolan TV Paint Stick which gives full coverage and hides the pigmentation. I applied the L.A. Girl Pro Conceal Yellow Corrector to brighten up the area. To set everything, I have used the Lakme Rose Powder with a damp Almon Makeup Sponge. I used tons of powder to 'bake' the under eyes to make it look bright.

Glam Cut Crease Eye Makeup Tutorial

Since I wanted to pair the look with bold lips, I skipped black kajal on the lower waterline and applied the Deborah Milano Nude Kajal Pencil instead. This would open up the eyes more and make it look bright.

Glam Cut Crease Eye Makeup Tutorial

After some time, I dusted off the excess powder from the under eyes and used RT Detailer Brush to slightly smoke out the lower lash line with true matte brown color from the palette.

Glam Cut Crease Eye Makeup Tutorial

Lastly, I finished off the look with Maybelline Volum' Express The Falsies Mascara. I wanted to have more volume on my lashes but somehow my mascara is almost dried up. If you can, add falsies which would look brilliant with this look. Pair it up with bold lips and see how amazing it looks.

Glam Cut Crease Eye Makeup Tutorial

Glam Cut Crease Eye Makeup Tutorial

Glam Cut Crease Eye Makeup Tutorial

Glam Cut Crease Eye Makeup Tutorial

Do let me know how you liked the look.

Glam Cut Crease Eye Makeup Tutorial

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