I really have been trying out different looks that you guys could try out this season. I think that most bloggers stick to neutral eyeshadow looks but can we all agree that we need a pop of color once in a while? I can practically feel you all nodding your head. I’ll take that as a yes.
So, today I’ll be showing you guys my Mermaid Inspired Cut Crease Eyeshadow Look and how you can replicate it by following some super easy steps. Let’s check it out!
This look is bright and vibrant and it instantly adds a pop of color to your face. I also think it’s super easy to replicate. I think I created this one under 5 minutes. Now, that, my friend, is insane.
HERE ARE THE PRODUCTS I USED:
- PAC Falsies.
- Klenspop Lens in Violet.
- Maybelline New York Studio Lasting Drama Gel Liner.
- Freedom Pro Decadence palette. (You can use any kind of hot pink and light green eyeshadow).
- Maybelline New York Fashion Brow Cream Pencil In Brown.
If you’re still confused about how you should begin or if you’re having some trouble trying to figure out how you can pull off the sexy cut Crease, then please stick till the very end.
Step By Step Mermaid Inspired Cut Crease Eyeshadow Look:
- Start off with washing your face with cold water and a nice face wash. Pat it dry and Apply some primer on your eyes. To get the perfect cut crease, use a piece of washi tape and create an angle with it. Make sure it’s secure and stuck perfectly.
- Usually people start with the outer lid and outer crease and work their way in but I started applying light green shimmery eyeshadow from the inner to the middle of the lid. This way, the pink wouldn’t blend into the lighter color, either. (Does that make sense?)
- Time for some hot pink! Start by applying it generously on the outer crease and sort of blend the part where they meet, but not too much.
- I filled in my brows, applied some eyeliner and wore my false eyelashes for this step.
- Finally, wipe off any lines or marks that may have been made as a mistake. Take off the washi tape too.
So, this is the final look. I know it’s so easy that you shouldn’t even need to look at the tutorial to try it out on your own.
If you do try it out, please post a picture of it on Instagram and tag me @crazysammykeyes OR you can send me that picture directly.
If you have any suggestions or queries, email me here.
Until next time,