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Silver Cut Crease Cruelty-Free Tutorial

 

Silver Cut Crease Cruelty-Free Tutorial

Today I created a Silver Cut Crease Cruelty-Free Tutorial with winged eyeliner for hooded eyes. It’s perfect for the Holidays! I used mostly Silk Naturals products. I also list off generic terms so that you can shop your stash to find similar shades to recreate this look if you don’t have these exact colors. Almost every single product I used is vegan.

Silver Cut Crease Cruelty-Free Tutorial

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Eyes 
Milani primer
Silk Naturals Cache – base shade (vegan)
Silk Naturals Harmonious – crease, lower lid (vegan)
Silk Naturals Duchess – crease, lower lid, outer lid (vegan)
Kat Von D Lock-It Concealer Creme L1 Neutral –  lid  (vegan)
Silk Naturals Sterling – lid and inner v (vegan)
UD Chem Trail Liquid Moondust – inner lid
Silk Naturals Holo Back – highlight (vegan)
Smashbox Bare – waterline, set with Cache
Colour Pop Jet Set pencil – brows (vegan)

Face
BareMinerals barePro Dawn – foundation
Physicians Formula Murumuru Butter Bronzer in Light
Too Faced Funfetti – blush
Silk Naturals Holo Back –  highlight (vegan)
Lunatick HD powder – setting powder under eyes (vegan)

UD Chill spray (vegan)

Lips 
Colour Pop Marshmallow pencil (vegan)
Lunatick Bruja (vegan)

Silver Cut Crease Cruelty-Free Tutorial

I used medical tape to help me create a sharp line at the outer corner and I also applied eyeshadow primer.

Silver Cut Crease Cruelty-Free Tutorial

  1. Use a fluffy brush to apply Silk Naturals Cache all over as a base shade.
  2. With a domed fluffy brush, apply Silk Naturals Harmonious as a transition shade to the crease and lower lid. Draw the shape outwards.
  3. Take a slightly firm oval brush to deepen the lower crease with Silk Naturals Duchess. Blend this into the lower crease, starting at the outside and working your way inwards.
  4. Use a pencil brush to further define the crease with Duchess. Bring the color onto the outer lid and the outer lower lash line.
  5. With a flat shader brush, apply concealer to your lid to help cut the crease. Take this above the natural crease of your eye, onto the hood of your eye. I used Kat Von D Concealer in L1. You want the concealer to be just visible at the bottom of the hood of your eye when you’re looking straight forward into the mirror.
  6. Pat Silk Naturals Sterling onto the lid and at the inner v with a flat brush.
  7. Apply more Harmonious to the lower lid using a tiny accent brush.
  8. Use a tiny accent brush to pat Urban Decay Chem Trail Liquid Moondust on the inner lid and inner v.
  9. Line the upper lashline with Kat Von D Trooper liquid liner, using the tape as a guide. Then pull off the tape. It creates a sort of upside down triangle shape at my outer corner because of the folds of my eyes.
  10. With a stiff exact blending brush, blend Duchess into Harmonious along the lower lid.
  11. Highlight under the outer brow and at the inner corner of the eyes with Silk Naturals Holo Back.
  12. Line the lower waterline with Smashbox Bare liner, then set it with Cache.

Shop Your Stash for Similar Shades

  • Cache – light pinkish white matte (similar to UD Strange or ABH Baby Cakes)
  • Harmonious – cool dusty pink matte (similar to UD Laced or ABH Buon Fresco)
  • Duchess – dark smoky brown matte (similar to UD Undone or ABH Deep Brown)
  • Sterling – metallic silver shimmer (similar to UD S&M or Kat Von D Static Age)
  • Chem Trail – iridescent champagne sparkle
  • Holo Back – white with iridescent violet and blue tones

You can definitely create a similar look using the Urban Decay Naked 3 palette or the Anastasia Beverly Hills Modern Renaissance palette if you also have a silver eyeshadow. Of course, if you don’t like silver, this will work with gold or copper, too. With the Anastasia Beverly Hills Modern Renaissance palette use Tempera for Cache, Buon Fresco for Harmonious, Cyprus Umber for Duchess (you still may need to add a touch of a darker brown or  black to this), and Vermeer for Sterling. For the Urban Decay Naked 3 palette use Strange for Cache, Limit for Harmonious, Darkside or Blackheart for Duchess, and Burnout for Sterling.

I hope you find this silver cut crease tutorial with winged eyeliner easy to follow. I think it’s a flattering look on my hooded, slightly downturned eyes. I don’t often do a cut crease, but I should try to do them more often!

What color combinations would you like to see in a tutorial?

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