Hello my beautiful readers!
Here is this amazing blue smokey-cut crease look just for you. What I love most about this makeup look is its versatility; it looks great on dark or light eyes. Below is the step by step process with all of the details!
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To start this look, I primed my entire eyelid with #NYX Jumbo eyepencil in Milk. Notice that I went a bit beyond my lid as I really want to create the illusion that I have a bigger eyelid.
The next step is to apply over the white base, aquadisiac by #MAC. Make sure you apply this color evenly.
Once I was finished applying the blue color, I went in with Buck from my #UrbanDecay Palette. Notice how apply this color evenly with a blending brush around part of my crease - almost touching the brow bone.
This is the tricky part, but don't worry is quite simple after my explanation. Trace a line just where the blue and brown color meet. The brush you use must be an angled brush and believe me when it will make all the difference in the world. Additionally, the color I used was Dark Horse from the same UDP.
After this step just blend in the colors - for this I used my MAC blending brush in number 217.
This look couldn't be completed without applying the same aquadisiac color underneath the eye. If you want to be extra fancy, simply apply a dark eyeshadow underneath your lashes to add a pop of color.
Ladies if you want to make this look a signature look, simply add black eyeliner. In this instance, I used a liquid liner as it has a smoother finish.
This is the completed look. I decided to add falsies and of course, mascara. Same mascara as in my last #mascara review.
I hope that you love this look and that hopefully - soon you recreate something like this. Once again, thank you for the support and love you have showed me they mean the world to me.
Have a lovely day.