Hey guys welcome back to my channel, so first of all, I just want to start off by saying. I really hope that you guys all had a really good Christmas.. It’s just I’ve had so much going on with Christmas and just like life and like work and everything anyways to remember you guys this look right here. It’s an easy um cut, crease glitter tutorial for beginners. So if you guys want to see how I got this look and just keep on watching as you can see, it does look a little bit dirty.
I have been playing around with it lately. The first shade I’m going to be going in with is the shade of bold this one right here, I’m just gonna take a little bit. I’m going to star start off with a little bit and then just work. My way in with more I’m gonna be putting that right into the crease. So I’m just going to be popping it in right there and if I’m looking down, that’s because I’m looking at the mirror, but I’m just going to be popping that right into my crease and blending it out remember um blending is key. Take your time with blending. Take your time with your transition color, because that’s going to make the whole will come together, I’m going to be going in with the color bold once again and just building up the color a little bit more same thing just right in my crease and blending it Up towards my brow bone and it doesn’t matter if you’re a little bit messy with this we’re going to be cutting the crease later on anyways now going in with the color edgy this one right here and a smaller brush, I’m just going to be popping that Right into the outer V of my crease um, I’m not going to blend it all the way into my crease all the way into my inner corner, but just right there on the outer part of my crease and blending it inwards. Now. Remember don’t go in too much with this color, like I said, keep trying to keep it on the outer part of your crease and another tip for you guys is. I just like to pick up some of the color and always remember to tap off the excess. Just like that, and then what I like to do, is I just like pop it in there like I tap, I use little tapping, motions and then see the color is like just distributed right there, and then I just start blending it inwards like that and like I said make sure that you don’t go in too much with this color we’re trying to keep this like right on the outer part of your crease, and if you notice that your eye shadow isn’t blending, you could always go back in with the same transition color.
We started off with, like I said, I’m trying to keep this look as easy as possible. You could stop right here if you’re satisfied with this and just go ahead and cut the crease and add some glitter and you’re good to go, but I wanted a little bit more time, so I’m going to be going in with the color smoked this one right Here and it’s just a darker Brown, a darker chocolate brown and I’m just going to be picking up a little tiny bit on a pencil brush, and I’m going to be popping that right on the outer part of my crease pop it in right there with a Pencil brush and blend it out and to make sure that everything is blended out really good. I’m going to be going out back in with the same transition color we use in the beginning, the color, bold and I’m just going to make sure that everything is blended. So I’m just going to be running my brush back and forth to make sure that everything is blended and everything looks seamless after we have all of these steps done now, I’m going to be going in with some concealer to cut the crease, I’m going to be Going in with my Maybelline fit me concealer, I’m sure you’ve heard of it everybody’s heard of it, but one big tip that I can give you guys is I like to use it thinner, consistency concealers, because I just feel like it cuts the crease way better, and It’s easier to work with um, so I’m just going to be going on with this concealer on a little angled brush and I’m going to be cutting my crease. I’ve just picked up some concealer on my concealer brush and I’m just gonna be cutting the crease um. What I like to do is, I start in my inner corner and I just kind of like make an outline and there’s like any concealer. That’s like any excess concealer. I like to put it on the lid that way: there’s not too much concealer on the brush and just cut the crease um, and you can lift up your eyebrows to see where your crease is to that really really helps I’ll start off with a little bit. Just use a little bit of concealer and then you drop some more if you need to, because if you use too much, it’ll just get messy and it’ll get all over the place.
And then now I’m going to be going in over here at my um outer corner and I’m just gonna cut the crease and I’m just following the natural shape of my eye. I mean you can totally go above your eye shape if you’d like, but I’m just cutting it like this. I said just follow the natural shape of your eye and I like to use my finger to blend out the concealer too. So everything doesn’t look cakey and everything looks really seamless and you could stop right here. If you want and just add some liner and lashes and it’ll just be a Matt cut crease, but I’m gonna add some glitter just because I feel like glitter makes everything come together. I’m debating whether to do like silver or gold. This one looks kind of holographic, so I kind of want to do this one. But yet again I kinda want to do gold um. I think I’m gonna go for the gold, and I’m gonna be going in with my Too Faced shadow insurance, a glitter glue. If you want your glitter to stay on all night use this. It’s the best and I’m just gonna be going in with a little brush and I’m going to first Pat, some of the glitter glue onto my lid and then right after I’m gonna be going in with another little brush and patting the glitter right. On top, Oh, like I said, just Pat the glitter glue onto your lid and make sure that you, where you put this, is exactly where your glitter is going to stay. So make sure that if you make sure that you put it exactly where the glitter is supposed to be, don’t go above your crease, because if you do, the clutter is going to stick there and there is nothing you could do about it. Um just do a thin layer. This follow the crease. If you don’t have this glitter glue, I know NYX makes one. I’ve never tried it, but I’ve heard good things about it. I don’t think it should be too bad and just going to be going in and picking up um some glitter with a little tiny brush, and I’m just going to be patting that right on top of my lid – and this will get everywhere – one huge, huge tip That I can give you guys is: do your eyeliner before you apply the glitter, because now I’m going to have so much trouble to apply eyeliner on this eye. So I’m just going to go Off-Camera really quick and do my eyeliner on botheyes and then I’m also going to apply the glitter on this side of my eye now to make sure everything is a blended one.
More time because, like I said, blending is key I’m going to be going in with the color uhm edgy one more time This one right here so just go right, enter your crease with that and blend everything together This is going to get rid of any glitter that got into your crazy suit because we want the glitter to just be on the lid So on the crease I’m going to go ahead and apply some mascara now just to prep my eyes for falsies um, you don’t have to wear falsies, but I just think it makes the lip come together and plus I have no eyelashes So I sort of have to wear falsies while the mascara dries I’m going to go ahead and work on my lower lash line for the lower lash line, I’m going to keep it pretty simple, I’m just going to be going back in with the color edgy The same car we just use we’re going to be going in with that color again just a little bit and I’m just going to be running that all under my lower lash line, so I’ve added some false tooth off-camera and now for the inner corner I’m going to be going in with the shade classic this one right here, just popping that straight into the inner corner, just to open up the eyes a little bit more, but not draw too much attention, and I still feel like this One needs a little something So I’m going to be going in with my Urban Decay, razor-sharp eyeliner and it’s in the color gold rush and then I’m just going to be brushing this right underneath my lower lash line on the inner part So just like right there and after that, this eye Look is complete Now, I’m going to be moving on to lips and I’m going to be going in with colour-pop limbo I’m going to be lining my lips with the Kylie lip kit, Malibu lip liner best You have a positive motivating force after the lips which I hope that you did make sure you give it a huge thumbs up It really helps me out and make sure that you do not forget to hit that subscribe button down there Let me know what you thought of this look, and I will see you guys Next time bye gosh, I hate my life I just dropped all my lipsticks make sure to give it a huge thumbs up