Apr 25, 2012
I have always loved the way cut creases look and I have tried them myself. The ones I have done have been moderately good but they always seem the slightest bit blended. I can never get it to be that PERFECT cut crease. Any advice?
Apr 26, 2012
Check out queen of blending mua on youtube!
I'm already subscribed to her. She is fantastic! lol
I've never tried it with gel liner. Thanks! I'll be sure to try it that way. :)
Apr 27, 2012
if you use a more sharp, defined brush insted of an actual eyeshadow brush or fluffly brush you will get better results. i have to use cheap brushes for those kind of things too because they have harder bristles which will intensify the product
Yeah I usually use a thin angled brush.
If you draw a slight line (almost like an outline first) then as Andii j said use a angled brush, add more product then blend...it sould be great!
Another tip is that I ALWAYS use a little bit of black to define the line once I've pretty much finished applying all the shadows. It makes the line look sharp again after all the blending. My favourite "cut crease" angled liner brush is also very thin and has very stiff bristles.
Apr 29, 2012
Good tips here. Also you can go over a CC using a damp/wet brush as a final step. Just use Visine or water, load your brush with color and go over the CC. You can pull the color up a bit to blend. IWanted2CBethany did this, will look for the vid.
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