Pink Cut Crease, With Tips For A Full Coverage Base
I love to conceal before I put on my foundation to hide all the hyperpigmentation on my face. I also set my face with loose powder after I prime.
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If you find that a foundation is too light for you, go in with a darker shade around the perimeter of your face to get a better gradient.
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I always like to apply my contour first and blend it out. The Fenty beauty concealer is a great concealer to have!
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I make sure to layer my concealers, so that my bright concealer doesn’t seem to harsh on my darker skin, you always want a seamless blend.
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I blend this out With my sponge, if you let it dry down a little bit it will give you more coverage!
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Setting with a colourless powder first is really nice to set your concealer as it doesn’t change the colour of your concealer .
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For the eyes, I’m doing a pink cut crease, go in with a warm brown shade and apply in your crease, in a crescent shape
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Blend this out with an orange shade to buff out the edges of your brown shade.
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Take the black shade in palette to deepen the crease. Don’t be afraid to go back and forth between the colours.
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Cut your crease using a concealer then apply your lid colour.
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I applied my lashes off camera, but you can just use mascara to complete the look, eyelashes just make it extra dramatic.
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For your under eyes a great tip is to use a lighter pressed powder to set your under eye.
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There we have it the final look. What do you think?
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