Quite some time ago I got a request to do a tutorial on a two-toned winged-out cut crease. Now I finally got around to do one.
So if you want to know how I got this look keep on reading.
Products I used for this cut crease makeup:
- Eyeshadow base (e.g. concealer)
- Nabla Soul Blooming eyeshadow palette (Philosophy, Climbing Rose, Anemone, Flowery, Bolero),
- Essence I Love Extreme Volume Mascara Waterproof
- Brushes: Beautybay Iconic 12 Piece Brush Set With Bag
Step By Step Makeup Pictorial:
After priming my eyelids with concealer I start applying a matte light blue eyeshadow (‘Flowery’) in the inner part of my crease and blend it out.
Then on the outer part of my crease I apply a matte peachy eyeshadow (‘Bolero’). To make sure the eyeshadow is blended I apply a skin toned powder on my browbone.
After that I use my concealer to cut the crease in a winged-out shape.
Then I apply a peachy shimmery eyeshadow (‘Climbing Rose’) on the inner part of the concealer.
Afterwards I apply a dark shimmery purple (‘Anemone’) on the outer part of the concealer and blend them together.
To make my lashes look more full I apply the purple shade along my upper lashline as well.
Then I clean up any fall out and do my face makeup. After that I apply the matte peachy eyeshadow (‘Bolero’) on the outer part of my lower lashline.
Then I apply the matte light blue eyeshadow (‘Flowery’) on the inner part of my lower lashine. To deepen the lower lashline I apply the dark shimmery purple (‘Anemone’) close to my lashes on the lower lashline.
After that I fill in my brows, curl my lashes and apply mascara. Lastly I highlight my inner corner with a light shimmery blue eyeshadow (‘Philosophy’).
I hope you enjoyed this step-by-step makeup pictorial on how to get this two-toned winged-out cut crease eye makeup look!