Easy Glitter Cut Crease For Thanksgiving

Happy #beautymonday! Thanksgiving is in four short days — YAY — and I’m getting SO EXCITED. We drove the 10 hours to Louisiana yesterday and are here in New Orleans for the week (hit me up with your fav activities I should do while I’m here). Right before we left, I filmed this super easy, super fun glitter cut crease (kinda) for Thanksgiving. This is MOST LIKELY what I’m going to be rocking on the day of thankfulness because hello — sparkles. Click the video below to watch the full video (I kept it short and sweet for ya, ya welcome) and see which products I used to create this gorgeous look. Let’s do ittttttttt.


Easy Glitter Cut Crease For Thanksgiving

I am pretty obsessed with the Tartelette In Bloom palette (featured in this video), and I’ve done several looks using it. Check out THIS video if you want to see more ways to use the colors in this palette. If you are looking for an awesome gift for your makeup loving bestie (or yourself), shop the palette here! Honestly, you won’t regret it. It’s a fantastic product for a really good price. 

Easy Glitter Cut Crease For Thanksgiving

I hope you have a FABULOUS Thanksgiving planned with your friends and family this year. If you’re looking to host a friendsgiving this year with your favorite people, check out my friendsgiving guide + inspiration HERE. I have never been to one before, but after this year, I want one EVERY year!


Did you love this glitter look? I love holiday makeup, so I’m stoked to be bringing you all the holiday tutorials this year. 

Easy Glitter Cut Crease For Thanksgiving

Stay tuned next week – I am filming my THREE holiday braids tutorial and they work for ALL hair lengths. Can you tell I’m ready for December? LOL.

Let me know in the comments below what you thought of this look!

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