Monday, April 1, 2013

Makeup Monday: Easy Cut Crease Tutorial




1)Dollipop (pink) and Tako (white) from the Sugarpill Sweetheart Palette, 2) Urban Decay Woodstock 24/7 pencil, 3) Urban Decay 24/7 liquid liner in Perversion (wearing MAC Pink Pigeon and MAC Forever Rose lipglass on the lips with a little bit of Tako in the center)


I promise I'll start doing more everyday looks for Makeup Monday, but since I do pretty "normal" makeup most days in my regular life, I can't help but have a little fun every now and then on the blog! I love a cut crease, and though I usually I use more shadows and steps to create the look, I decided to go with a really simplistic one, first. This will give you an idea of how to create the basic look and from there, you can experiment with different shadows, shapes, and products. Want to learn how to recreate this look? Keep reading after the jump for a quick step by step tutorial.

 1) Apply Tako all over lid 
 2) Outline crease with Woodstock pencil (or in my case of non existent crease, above it)
3) Blend out with Dollipop shadow using a fluffy shadow brush
4) Highlight brow bone area (product not pictured because I don't remember which one I used, but go for a shimmery, light neutral) 
5) Line with liquid liner, extending to a wing (tutorial available here. Add mascara. Done!


20 comments:

  1. I do this look all the time, but with neutrals. It'd be fun to mix up my daily routine and do a bright pink like this!

    The Occasional Indulgence

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    1. Neutrals would be so pretty! I just have a habit of blending so much - I should try a cut crease with neutrals on myself.

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  2. Gorgeous, Keiko!

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  3. really gorgeous :)
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  4. that is so gorgeous, love it.


    xo
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  5. This look is so fun! I could never pull this off, but it looks amaze on you!

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  6. I would love to see a tutorial for your eyeliner!

    Love this look, though. So 80's.

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    1. Here you go! http://www.keikolynn.com/2010/11/makeup-monday-how-to-classic-winged.html

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  7. It would be great to see a tutorial of how you're styling your new hair and what products you use!

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  8. Nooo don't change to "more everyday looks", these are more interesting!

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  9. Your looks are amazing, no matter what type they are. Don't know if I could pull this look off on a daily basis, but it's so fun and appealing!

    Hope all is well with you and Bobby in New York!

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  10. so pretty, this is perfect for spring, Keiko!! I love that you do the more fun stuff, that’s what our blogs are for, no? to experiment a bit! :)

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  11. Quirky and pretty! Would you be up for doing some hair tutorials for short hair? I love the way you style your short cut!

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