Pink Glitter Liner + Cut Crease Tutorial

HAPPY #BEAUTYMONDAY! Yesterday, I spent 24 hours doing the best parts of Nashville and today I’m en route to Charleston, SC! It’s going to be a TOTAL blast. I can’t wait to experience the southern charm in this part of the United States. TODAY, though, I have one of my all time favorite looks from this year (not gonna lie though – so many of them have been my favorites……so…….): the pink glitter line + cut crease look. This is a monochromatic look that could be interchanged with literally any color you want. I want to try this in purple next so stay tuned. 😀 This is really not as difficult as to looks – and only uses two eye shadows and an eyeliner. Watch below to get the step by step tutorial and product list and don’t forget to follow along with my #100daysofmakeup challenge here.


Pink Glitter Liner + Cut Crease Tutorial

Pink Glitter Liner + Cut Crease Tutorial

PRODUCTS USED:

Drunk elephant Maracuja facial oil as primer

Urban decay velvet matte powder

Covergirl Trublend Matte Made Foundation in L30

Physician’s Formula #instaready Full Coverage Concealer in Light

Covergirl vitalist healthy powder in 710

Laura Geller Beach Matte Baker Hydrating Bronzer in Sunrise Fair

Physician’s Formula Butter Blush in Vintage Rouge

Physician’s Formula Butter Highlight in Pearl

The Balm Furrowcious! Brow Pencil in Dark Brown

Benefit Gimme Brow+ in 3

BH Cosmetics Festival Palette

Urban Decay Heavy Metal Liner

NYX Jumbo Eye Pencil in Milk

Primark SOSU Lashes in Kylie

Dose Of Colors lip gloss in Dolly

Pink Glitter Liner + Cut Crease Tutorial

Pink Glitter Liner + Cut Crease Tutorial


I love this look – and while it does take a little while + the right tools to get it looks PRISTINE, I fully believe everyone can accomplish a clean cut crease like this. It’s so fun to do this style of makeup because there are so many shapes you can use to change the entire look of your eye. I have been enjoying honing this particular makeup skill over the last several months.

Pink Glitter Liner + Cut Crease Tutorial

What did you think of this look? Is it something you’d try at home? Let me know in the comments below!

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