Eye Makeup Tutorial- Cut Crease Brown Eyes

Posted on Jul 26 2014 - 10:00am by poonam

Eye Makeup Tutorial- Cut Crease Brown Eyes

Hello Everyone,

Off late I have been totally digging these Cut Crease style eye makeup. The bold and bright looks superb with this but before trying that I wanted to play safe and gain some expertize by working with simple look like this one.

Eye MakeupTutorial- Brown Cut Crease Eyes

I knew I was going to make mistakes but so manyyy.. **Ouucchh**..

Steps that I followed to achieve the look-

  1.  First of all it needs lots of practice to do the first step i.e lining your crease with a liner/pencil. This is the most basic step and 70% of the results depends on this. I am still learning to achieve the line perfectly. I drew a thick line using a creamy brown eye pencil but you can go for a thin line as well. It should be drawn over and above your crease, just under the hollow of your eyebrow bone (Swipe your finger under your brown and you will feel the bone, this is the place you need to start drawing the line and the follow the contour of the bone. Draw it just before your bone starts moving down and give it slight lift
  2. Using the Smudging tip I smudged the line lightly from inside just over the crease.
  3. Using the same pencil line the outer 1/3 of your lower lash line. However, I used a smudge proof Faces Eye pencil for better staying of the color as CoverGirl Eye pencil smudges and fades easily
  4. Now, we have to join both the line so just take it up in small small stroke. and join at the end of the upper line
  5. Again, with smudging tip, smudge it lightly at the Outer-V corner
  6. To intensify the outer-V corners I added some black there with Bourjois Kohl & Contour Eye Pencil in Noir Expert
  7. Blend it with the brown but make sure not to take the color too much on the lids.
  8. Pick a light peachy brown color and pat it all over your lids, under the crease and just before the outer-V Corner. This is the biggest mistake as I picked up the not-so-pigmented eye shadow from Revlon Custom Eye Shadow Palette.
  9. Add Kohl to your waterline
  10. Apply the same peachy brown eye shadow to inner corners and inner 1/3 rd of lower lash line
  11. Line your upper lash line with a brown liner, just keep it really thin.
  12. Finish off with your favorite Masacara. 🙂

This looks is inspired by Cynthia from IndianVanityCase. She did a similar look in Black but with far better results, i am still struggling with the colors and tricks to get it right. Require a lot more practice and precision to get it right but will try to do it better next time.**Pinky promise**

Look- Brown Cut Crease Eye Makup and Bright Pink Lips

Products Used-

  1. CoverGirl Perfect Blend Eye Pencil – Black Brown
  2. Faces Long Wear Eye Pencil- Solid Brown
  3. Revlon Custom Eye Shadow Palette – Naturally Glamorous  (3rd one)
  4. Bourjois Kohl & Contour Eye Pencil – Noir Expert
  5. L’Oreal Super Liner Gel Eye Liner – Brown
  6. CoverGirl LashBlast Fusion Mascara – Black
  7. SIGMA Eye Makeup Brush – Small Angle E 65
  8. Faces Eye Shadow Brush

Products Used- Cut Crease Brown Eye Makeup

Again my favorite combo on lips, with an addition of lip gloss in the center.

Face Products Used - Cut Crease Brown Eye Makeup Look

  1.  Lined lip and filled – Diana Of London Absolute Moisture Lip Liner in Rose Blush
  2.  Patted lightly – Lotus Herbals FloralStay Long Lasting Lipstick in Red Rover
  3.  Swipes all over the lips – L’Oreal Paris Color Riche Lipstick Sunset Angora
  4.  Centre of the lips – Revlon Colorburst Lip Gloss – Papaya

Do you like this look? Have you tried your hands at Cut-Crease Eye Makeup?

PS- Suggestions are more than welcome on improving this look or some tips to do it better.

17 Comments so far. Feel free to join this conversation.

  1. Shailja@BeABrideEverydayJuly 26, 2014 at 11:52 AM - Reply

    This is a gorgeous look Poo.. and it looks you have already become an expert in that 🙂 Commendable job !!!

  2. Kiss & Make-upJuly 26, 2014 at 2:46 PM - Reply

    I tend to wear my eye looks less graphic and more blended, but I do like this look on you! Very good tutorial.

    • poonamJuly 29, 2014 at 10:04 PM - Reply

      Blended looks are saviour and my fav too but i like such edgy eyes when i am in mood of bold makeup.. may be just for cam.. 😉

      Makeup is so much na.. thanks dearie.. 🙂

  3. MeghaJuly 26, 2014 at 5:30 PM - Reply

    u are a pro in eye looks Poo! Totally loved this look <3

  4. fiona furtadoJuly 26, 2014 at 7:54 PM - Reply

    Your Eyemakeup is always lovely Poo:))

  5. Jhilmil D SahaJuly 26, 2014 at 8:18 PM - Reply

    ok this is going in my favourites folder now….awesome 🙂

  6. HarineJuly 26, 2014 at 9:55 PM - Reply

    I like the final look Poo….

  7. Shivi@COSMOCHICSJuly 26, 2014 at 10:30 PM - Reply

    You try and make everything look so simple! Yet another lovely EOTD Poo! 🙂

  8. krithiJuly 27, 2014 at 11:53 AM - Reply

    wow u look so pretty
    nice tutorial 🙂

    • poonamJuly 29, 2014 at 10:16 PM - Reply

      Thanks Krithi.. 🙂

  9. Richa SaxenaJuly 27, 2014 at 5:08 PM - Reply

    My goodness! That is beautifully done Poo….I agree this look needs a lot of practice..I tried it once but it didnt go well..I loved yours..Beautifully done Babe 🙂

  10. milyJuly 27, 2014 at 10:32 PM - Reply

    beautifully done Poo…you do eye makeup so beautifully!!!

  11. HeenaJuly 28, 2014 at 10:10 PM - Reply

    How Do You Manage To Practice So Much With Office? 😮
    Its Been One Month Since I Took Up a Job n ‘m Like Dieing :-s

    And, Gorgeous Eye Makeup As Always!! There’s So Much To Learn From You!

  12. NieshaJuly 28, 2014 at 10:21 PM - Reply

    It is amazing Poo!! Very well done sweetheart. 🙂
    :* :*

    • poonamJuly 29, 2014 at 10:19 PM - Reply

      Thank u so much sweetss.. <3

  13. SmitaJuly 28, 2014 at 10:42 PM - Reply

    nicely done…though probably not for me since I prefer softer looks on my eyes…bt I so agree that such crease looks require great practice…

  14. sindhuJuly 31, 2014 at 12:32 PM - Reply

    totally nailed it, looks super cool 🙂

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