I’m working on upping my makeup photography skills. Here’s my simple cut crease makeup look that perfect for every day wear.
Simple Cut Crease Makeup Look



Primer: MAC “Soft Ohcre” Paint Pot applied all over the lid and crease area.
Setting Powder: Origins Silk Screen pressed powder “oatmeal” to set the eye primer applied with large flat shadow brush.
Crease Transition Shade: Morphe 25A Copper Spice Palette – light organgey brown (shown below) blended above the lid and up just below the brow bone area with a Morphe MB23. (You can view my full review of the Morphe 25A Copper Spice Palette HERE)
Crease: Morphe 350 Palette
– medium brown shade  (shown below) placed in the high crease, just below the transition shade using the Morphe M433.
Inner Crease: Morphe 350 Palette – dark brown shade  (shown below) blended in the deep crease, above the lid but below the other crease colors to create a gradient effect the give the shadow depth which I applied with the Morphe E28.

Simple Cut Crease Makeup Look
Lid: Tarte Shape Tape Concealer “Light Neutral” applied with a flat concealer brush to create a harsh line in the crease and cover the entire lid. Create a wing in the outer corner of the eye above where the winged eyeliner will be applied. 
Brow Bone Highlight and Inner Corner Highlight: BECCA Shimmering Skin Perfector “Moonstone”
Liner: NYX Matte Liquid Liner winged out in the corners, making a double-wing look with the concealer.
Lashes: Ardell Demi Whispies
Simple Cut Crease Makeup Look

Primers: BECCA Backlight Primer + L’Oreal Magic Perfecting Face Base | Foundation: Wet ‘N’ Wild Photofocus Foundation | Concealer/Highlight: Tarte Shape Tape Concealer “Light Neutral”  | Setting Powder: Laura Mercier Translucent Setting Powder | All-Over Face Powder: Bare Minerals BarePRO Pressed Powder “Aspen” | Brows: NYX Eyebrow Gel “Brunette” | Blush: Tarte Amazonian Clay 12-Hour Blush “Risqué”Highlight: BECCA Shimmering Skin Perfecter “Moonstone” | Lip Liner: MAC “Stripdown” | Lipstick: Tarte Rainforest of the Sea Color Splash Lipstick “Skinny Dip” | Setting Spray: Urban Decay “Chill”

What did you think of this simple cut crease makeup look? What other makeup looks would you like to see?

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