Thank you for helping us by reporting bad content.
I`ve really been into creating cut creased eye looks lately, and I recently came up with this eye makeup using a variety of green eyeshadow. The cut crease is said to be "tricky" to do but it`s really not because I got it on my first attempt. There are many different ways to do it, but I do it the way I know!
1. Starting off this time I applied a primer/base, then placed "Bare" onto my brow bone.
2. I than too a matte brown that was pretty color to my skin tone and place it onto my orbital bone.
3. Slightly above the crease I applied "Sage" using a blending brush by ELF.
4. Moving down literally a millimeter (still staying above the crease) I applied "Emerald" using the same brush.
5. Next I took "Moss" and placed it directly into the crease, which I used a pointer blending brush to do so.
6. With a pencil brush I applied "Nocturnal" to the crease only but being careful not to drag it too far in.
7. Than on the lid I placed "Olive" using a flat eyeshadow brush by ELF. And I also took the same eyeshadows and place them below my bottom lashes.
8. I cleaned up the look using a bit of concealer.
9. Lastly applied eyeliner to the water liner only and applied a little bit of mascara.
10. FINAL LOOK!
In the second picture I labeled each eyeshadow I used and I did create a mini eye chart which I used a guideline. I used The Color Workshops "eye" tab palette to create this look, which I purchase from Walmart in December.