Blue Snowflake Cut Crease Makeup Tutorial

Today, I created a Christmasy blue snowflake cut crease for you all! As much as I would have loved to say that I was creative enough to think of this look myself, I was highly inspired by the incredibly talented @sophlolzz on Instagram.

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please excuse the jacked up glitter liner…

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I’m not going to write out about what I did for the base and lips, purely because I think a base is quite personal, and I had zero product on my lips. Let me know if you still would like me to write out the step by step tutorial with my makeup looks, or you would rather just photos and the product list!

Eyes

After I had finished doing my base, I took the Morphe 35B eyeshadow palette, and took the top right hand corner blue, and buffed this out into my crease. After the first colour was all buffed out, I took the blue colour that is directly below the first shade, and used this over the top to brighten the blue.

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Once I had the blues all blended out in my crease, I used the Dermacol Foundation/Concealer on a concealer brush to cut out my crease, and then set it with the white and nude shade in the Morphe 35B. I then went in with my Poundland Gold Glitter Liner, and carved out a line under the shadow. @sophlolzz used a white liquid eyeliner to create her snowflakes, but I decided to go ahead with the Evol Cosmetics Snowflakes, and stuck them on with false eyelash glue.
To line my lash line, I used the Max Factor Liquid Eyeliner, and finished off with a few coats of the L’Oreal Paris Paradise Extatic Mascara.
To be completely honest, I’m actually pretty happy with how this turned out, especially when it was my first ever cut crease that I’ve ever done!
What eye looks will you be rocking this Christmas?

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