No matter what a stunning dress or designer shoes you are wearing, your party look will definitely be incomplete, if you haven’t underlined your beauty with a touch of color and haven’t styled your hair. And when it comes to special occasions, you have a myriad of stunning makeup looks to try, from delicate minimal options to bolder and more-emphasized looks. Since color and boldness are more than welcome for a party makeup look, we bring here a cool gradient blue cut crease eye makeup tutorial that will help you instantly land in the spotlight. Despite its chic and sexy appearance, this makeup look is quite easy to achieve as you follow our step-by-step makeup application techniques.
How to Create a Gradient Blue Cut Crease Eye Makeup Look
For the hot gradient blue cut crease eye makeup, you’ll need:
• a brow kit to fill in your eyebrows
• an eyeshadow base
• a white matte eyeshadow
• three hues of a blue eyeshadow (light blue, medium and a dark one)
• a black eyeliner
• a matte black eyeshadow to create the crease
• a brown eyeshadow
• false eyelashes
• a lip gloss
• makeup brushes
So as you have all the necessary products, let’s start with our makeup application steps!
Step 1: Make sure you have a clean, fresh face in order to create a flawless base for your makeup. Apply a toner to your face and a moisturizer. The latter step can be omitted, if you have oily skin. Now, apply a foundation primer for a long-lasting effect. Pick the best foundation for your skin tone and type and apply it all over your face with a makeup brush, a sponge or with your fingers. If you have some blemishes to conceal, turn to the concealer. Finally, contour your face with your favorite blush color and a highlighter.
Step 2: As you are done with your skin, move on to the most complicated part of the gradient blue cut crease eye makeup look: the eyes. For well-emphasized and beautiful eyes, it’s important to pay attention to the shape of your eyebrows too. If you don’t have the perfect shape, create one by lining the arch with a brown gel liner and then filling in your eyebrows with a brow shadow.
Step 3: In order to prevent eyeshadow from creasing, apply an eyeshadow base all over the eyelids. Then to create the base for your eye makeup, put white matte eyeshadow on your lids and right under the brows.
Step 4: Apply your eyeshadow, starting with the lighter blue tone (Sleek Palette Colour Chill), which should be used in the middle of your lid. Next to it put the slightly darker blue tone (Inglot 371) and then the darkest one (Sleek Palette Colour Bolt).
Step 5: Apply the black eyeliner for a more defined eye makeup. Make sure to apply it, according to your eye shape, since the same line won’t flatter everyone (Learn How to Apply Eyeliner According to Your Eye Shape). You may add some more blue tone at the end of the line drawn.
Step 6: Using the matte black eyeshadow, draw a fake crease above your natural crease line. We have used Inglot 63 matte eyeshadow here. For a more intense and dramatic look, you can apply a black gel liner over the crease line drawn. Blend the line with a brown eyeshadow, creating a flawless look. Afterwards, add more black eyeshadow in the same place.
Step 7: Highlight your lower lash line with the medium blue eye shadow (Inglot 371). Then apply a few coats of black mascara, and false eyelashes for a more dramatic result.
Step 8: Since your eyes are already bold and well-emphasized, leave your lips natural. Apply a delicate pink lip gloss (Sweet Crème by Eveline) and you are ready to go!
You are sure to fall in love with the gradient blue cut crease eye makeup look, and as you hit the party, prepare to be overwhelmed by a sea of compliments!
The gradient blue cut crease eye makeup tutorial was done by 28-year-old lovely Polish makeup artist Ewelina Lakomik. In case you want to visit her to have a cool makeup done, keep in mind that she is based in Bielsko. Otherwise, learn more about her work by following her on her website, ewelinamekup.com, or joining her facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/ewelina.lakomik?ref=tn_tnmn!
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