Check out this how to do a cut crease video tutorial and step-by-step guide from COVERGIRL® and Safai Kelly. Safai shares her top tips and tricks on how to create a cut crease using any color palette.
Take a brown shade from the COVERGIRL So Saturated Palettes to define your crease and accentuate your lower lash line.
Use a smaller brush to apply a deeper brown shade to the crease region and extend outwards. Afterwards, run the deeper brown shade across your lower lash line.
Use the deepest brown to add depth to the crease. This shadow should be applied in a more concentrated fashion than the first two shades.
Line your lower lid with Full Spectrum Defining Moment- All Day Eyeliner. Use the deepest brown eyeshadow shade to soften your line if necessary.
Carve and fill the shape of your cut crease with Full Spectrum All Day Idol- Brightening Concealer.
Take a deep plum shade from the So Saturated Palette to add color to the lower inner and outer corner of your eyes.
Apply a burgundy shade from the So Saturated Palette to the lower inner and outer corners of your eyes, right above the plum shade.
Brush a champagne shade from the palette at the top and center of your eyes for a halo cut crease. Afterwards, use the champagne shade to highlight the inner corners of your eyes.
Line your eyelids Full Spectrum Defining Moment- All Day Eyeliner.
Lengthen and volumize lashes with Exhibitionist Waterproof Mascara.
Use the Sculpt Expert Multi-use Cheek Palette and add blush and highlighter to your cheeks.
Finish your look with Full Spectrum Gloss Idol- Moisturizing Lip Gloss.