What is double cut crease eye makeup?
The look features eye shadows packed on the lid, with a sharp border at your natural crease, and a second—i.e. fake—crease drawn on above. It’s double the drama of a normal cut crease but, thankfully, not twice as hard to achieve.
How do you make a crease line with makeup?
- Apply primer to the eye area.
- Use a warm neutral shadow to define your crease.
- Apply concealer or foundation to cut the crease.
- Set the concealer with a neutral powder before applying nude eyeshadow to your lids.
- Line the upper eyelid with brown eyeliner and add a coat of mascara.
How do you cut a perfect crease?
Tips to Achieve the Perfect Cut Crease
- Use a matte eyeshadow in your crease.
- Don’t pack eyeshadow onto your lid before you “cut” it!
- Use a full coverage concealer to “cut” the crease.
- Brushes > Doe foot applicators.
- Stamp on the concealer first.
- Add some shimmer.
- Deepen the crease.
What is the cut crease trend?
In 2018, the cut crease eyeshadow trend took root. The technique called for applying a lighter shade of eyeshadow across your eyelid and then a darker shade in the lid crease. This certainly defined and called attention to the eyes, but it was a bold look that didn’t quite stand the test of time.
What’s the point of a cut crease?
What Exactly is a Cut Crease? The cut crease combines a lighter shade of eyeshadow application with a line (or “cut”) across the middle crease of your eyelid. On its own, the look makes your eyes appear wider and draws more attention to the colors on your lids, but you don’t have to stop there.
What is the difference between Monolids and hooded eyes?
However, people of other races with horizontal, elongated eyes may also have monolids. What’s more, some individuals with larger eyelid hoods may appear to have monolids. These are referred to as hooded monolids. The skin folds over the visible crease, giving the appearance of a monolid.