With Easter being around the corner and doing an Easter Look last year, I decided to keep the tradition and do one again this year. Click here to view last year’s look which was so much fun.
This year I decided to do a cut crease look which surprisingly didn’t take me that long to do as I thought I would take forever to achieve the cut crease. Once you practice and get the hang of it it’s actually quicker to achieve as you don’t spend that much time blending and more sharpening and perfecting that line in the crease instead.
Side note, I did use about 5 different palettes as the different bright shades I couldn’t find in one palette unfortunately. I did this because I wanted to mix two or three purple shades for the crease, two blue shades, two green shades and three pink shades to make the eyes pop and stand out. Therefore using different palettes was used. But feel free to use any bright shades or shades close to this if you find inspiration from this look.
Hope you enjoy and if you do celebrate Easter I hope you have a good one.
Like I mentioned in the beginning I won’t list all the palettes I used for the eyes but will mention how I applied it.
Using 3 purple shades, one light purple and 2 darker purple shades I applied this with a fluffy, blending brush in the crease to build the shades up and diffuse it.
I then applied concealer on the eyelids to cut the crease with a flat, dense brush. Mixing a couple of blue and green shades I applied this on the lids also with a flat dense brush and packed on these shades to intensify the look.
Using a bronzed with a hint of gold highlighter I applied this on the inner corner. And a pink highlighter on the brow bone.
On the lower lash line I applied a couple of shades of pink.
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