Pink Rose Cut Crease
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Pink Rose Cut Crease Picture Tutorial

Welcome to the second picture tutorial from the 4 looks I created using the Ace Beauty Grandiose Palette. For this look, I am doing a pink rose cut crease.

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This palette has some great colours and is great for fall. The shades we will be using for this look are Patchouli, Clove, Cinnamon, Rose and Poppy. If you want to see my thoughts on the palette itself you can read my November Boxycharm Review.

Pink Rose Cut Crease

For brushes, I wanted to use something every charmer would already have. I used the brushes from our November and September box. The Luxie Luminous Eye Set and the Alamar Cosmetics Ojitos Set. Now let’s jump into this pink rose cut crease picture tutorial.

Picture Tutorial

Step 1
Pink Rose Cut Crease

First prime your eyes with your favourite primer or concealer to start this pink rose cut crease. Then we are taking the shade Patchouli. Apply this shade with a fluffy brush. I used the brush we received in our September box from the Alamar Ojitos set.

Step 2
Pink Rose Cut Crease

Using the same brush I picked up the shade Clove and I applied that in my crease. I put it over the previous shade Patchouli. When I am layering shades in my crease I always make sure to not cover up previous shades.

Step 3
Pink Rose Cut Crease

For the next shade I used Cinnamon and added it to my crease. Keeping this shade a little lower. I used the Luxie 121 brush.

Step 4
Pink Rose Cut Crease

Now the next step I did was cut my crease but I suggest you add the shade Poppy to your crease first. In step six you will see that I added it to my crease and it will be a lot easier for you.

To cut my crease I used the Too Faced Born This Way Multi-Use Sculpting Concealer. 

Step 5
Pink Rose Cut Crease

To cover my entire lid I chose the shade Rose. You can definitely do any of the shimmer shades if pink is not the colour for you. To apply this shade I used the packing brush by Alamar cosmetics.

After you want to clean up the outer corner. You can either use a makeup wipe or a Q-tip with some makeup remover. Also if you wanted you could add tape at the beggining before you start applying the eye shadows.

Step 6
Pink Rose Cut Crease

Here is where I added the shade Poppy to my crease because I just didn’t think the crease was deep enough. You could totally do without adding it but for me I needed it to be deeper.

To add the shade after I’ve already cut the crease I used the flat liner brush by Alamar Cosmetics. I put a straight line and then I took the Luxie 141 brush and carefly blended upwards.

Step 7
Pink Rose Cut Crease

The lower lash line is super easy. Take a pencil brush and apply all the shades you added to your crease. Applying them in the same order.

Step 8
Pink Rose Cut Crease

After you are all done your lower lash line you can go ahead and do a winged liner if you would like. I used the Clinique Pretty Easy Liquid Eyelining Pen but just use your favourite.

I also added some black liner to my lower lash line but if I did this look again I would probably add a brown instead of black. Just to soften the bottom lash line a bit.

Step 9

Once you add your eyeliner just add mascara and some lashes and you are done. For lashes, I had used Swanky #33 by Sephora. I also highlighted my inner corner and brow bone with the shade Jasmine. After that you are all done this pink rose cut crease.

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  1. PLUCK YOUR EYEBROWS GOD DAMN IT

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