HOW TO: Cut Crease Eyeshadow

Tons of factors go into the end result of your eyeshadow. Just because you're using an exspensive palette doesn't mean you will look just like Kristen Leanne. Blending and layering play a huge role into how well your eye look will turn out. 

Start with your most neutral tone of shadow first and work your way up to a darker color with blending in heavier shades. You'll have a more defined cut crease and it will help hide where you stopped and started applying shadow to your eyes.

Don't forget to prime your eyelids and use an eye cream so your products don't dry your eyes out creating a dehydrated look with sunken dark circles. 

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