AUTOPLAY
Vibrant Cut Crease
7 steps
What you’ll need
Morphe - James Charles palette
Start by putting the shade ‘Escape’ in the crease! Defining your cut crease with a detail brush
1. Start by putting the shade ‘Escape’ in the crease! Defining your cut crease with a detail brush
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Using a Morphe M506 brush, dip into ‘Single’ and blend out over the cut crease
2. Using a Morphe M506 brush, dip into ‘Single’ and blend out over the cut crease
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Using that same brush, dip into ‘you’re kidding’ and repeat the same process as before!
3. Using that same brush, dip into ‘you’re kidding’ and repeat the same process as before!
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Using a Morphe M441 brush, blend above the crease with the shade ‘518’
4. Using a Morphe M441 brush, blend above the crease with the shade ‘518’
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Fill/Cut your crease using the shade ‘Hello’ with a flat shadow brush
5. Fill/Cut your crease using the shade ‘Hello’ with a flat shadow brush
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Use the shades Escape, You’re Kidding, and 518 to add color to the lower lash line
6. Use the shades Escape, You’re Kidding, and 518 to add color to the lower lash line
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Finish up by adding a pop of color to the inner corner with ‘Hello’
7. Finish up by adding a pop of color to the inner corner with ‘Hello’
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Thanks!