Wine N Dine Pictorial
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Wine N Dine Cut Crease Pictorial

When I got the Violet Voss HG eyeshadow palette I was super excited to play with it. Right away I knew I wanted to do some picture tutorials for you. I’m excited to show you this look I did which I am calling the Wine N Dine Cut Crease.

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Violet Voss HG Eyeshadow Palette

I won’t go into to much detail of the palette since I do have a mini review on it in my December Boxyluxe Review. Let’s just say I love how it performs and I’m excited to try more Violet Voss Palette in the future.

Wine N Dine

For this look the eyeshadows I used were Transition, R U Kitten Me, Brownie Points, Teddy Bear, Wine N Dine, On Fleek and Crystal. As alwayys before you start applying your eyeshadows you want to prep your eye lid. You can either use an eye primer or concealer. Once that is aplied we can start.

Wine N Dine Cut Crease Pictorial

Step 1
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First I added the shade Transition as my transition shade. Using a fluffy crease brush apply this all into your crease.

Step 2
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The second shade I used was R U Kitten Me. I applied this into my crease as well using a fluffy crease brush.

Step 3
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Next I added the shade Brownie Points to my crease. For this shade I did use a little bit of a smaller crease brush to have a little more control. I also kept going back in with the first brush to help blend but didn’t add product.

Step 4
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For the last shade in the crease, I used Teddy Bear. Also using the smaller crease brush. Don’t worry about being a mess like me we will clean that up later.

Step 5
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Now time to cut that crease. Using the Too Faced Born This Way Multi-Use Concealer take a flat concealer brush and apply all over the lid. I always like to start right next to my lash line and then look up to see how high I need to go. I hope that makes sense.

Step 6
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It’s time for some colour. The first shade I applied was On Fleek. Put this on the inner half of your eyelid first. Once you have got it to your liking you can add the shade Wine N Dine on the outer corner. You can start with the outer corner first if you wish. After you are satisfied take a makeup wipe or a Q-tip and makeup remover and clean up your outer corner.

Step 7
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Now that everything is all cleaned up and you have your face makeup on you can start the lower lash line. Using a pencil brush apply the shades Transition, R U Kitten Me, Brownie Points and Wine N Dine. Palce them in that order. For the final touches add Marc Jacobs Highliner in Fine Wine.

Step 8
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Step 9

Taking the shade Crystal to highlight my inner corner and brow bone. For mascara I used the Grande Cosmetics Mascara.

The last thing to do is add your favourite pair of lashes and this look is complete.

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