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Too Faced Life’s a Festival Palette Tutorial

Too Faced Life's a Festival Palette Tutorial - Swatches on pale skin

Too Faced Life’s a Festival Palette Tutorial

Happy Friday! I wanted to create a Too Faced Life’s a Festival Palette Tutorial to share with you for hooded eyes. I used the hooded eye blink method to create my cut crease for this look. With the exception of a black matte, I only used colors in this palette. I figure everyone has a black matte that they can use if they follow this hooded eye cut crease tutorial.

Too Faced Life’s a Festival Palette Tutorial Look

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Eyes
Urban Decay Primer Potion
Milani Prep Set Go Setting Powder
Too Faced Life’s a Festival Palette
Kat Von D L42 Powder Foundation
Makeup Geek Corrupt
Sigma Liquid Eyeliner
Sigma Final Touch Eyeliner
Pur Fully Charged Mascara Primer
Milk Kush Mascara
Colour Pop Jet Set Black Brow Pencil

Too Faced Life’s a Festival Palette Tutorial

Too Faced Life's a Festival Palette Tutorial - a blink cut crease tutorial for hooded eyes

Too Faced Life’s a Festival Palette Tutorial How To

  1. Apply Funtasy to the crease and outer lid. Use Young & Free to blend out the edges of Funtasy with a tiny blender brush.
  2. Cut the crease using UD Sin primer and the blink method. You put Sin on, then blink to see how high up Sin needs to go, then round out the shape with a brush.
  3. With a damp brush, put Mystic Rain on top of Sin.
  4. Use a small shader brush to blend the edges of Mystic Rain and Funtasy together.
  5. Use a fluffy brush to apply and blend Funtasy along the outer lower lid and Mystic Rain at the inner lower lid.
  6. Shade the outer v with Makeup Geek Corrupt with a small blending brush followed by a small smudge brush. Tightline with the small smudge brush.
  7. Blend out under the brows with Kat Von D L 42 powder foundation.
  8. Line the upper lashline with Liquid eyeliner.
  9. Apply mascara primer and mascara. Line the lower waterline with Sigma Final Touch.
  10. Highlight under the outer eyebrow and at the inner corner of the eye with Unicorn Tears.

This was my first time using the Sigma liquid eyeliner pen and I wasn’t impressed. It bled, which I didn’t expect. It was also my first time using the Kush mascara. I wasn’t impressed with it either but I need to try it a few more times.

I hope you enjoyed seeing the blink cut crease method in a picture tutorial. Remember, what you want to do with it is literally put Sin (or whatever product you’re going to use to blink), where the skin of your eye folds over and makes contact (if you have hooded eyes like I do). This will let you know how high to carve out the lid with Sin. And you just round out the shape with a brush. If that sounds confusing, watch me do it on video in my Purple Cut Crease Tutorial.

If you need help on finding the right brushes for hooded eyes, check out my guide the best eyeshadow brushes for hooded eyes.

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6 Comments

  • This is such a useful tutorial! Thanks for the “blink method.” That’s something I’m going to find helpful all the time.

  • The two faced festival palette looks amazing and I would never have thought of such a dramatic look as the colours look muted and pastel in the palette. You’ve done a great job!

  • I love that you did a more dramatic look with this palette. A lot of people see the bright colors and word “festival,” without realizing how versatile it can be. Sorry to hear that the Sigma liner was awful.

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