I know it's been a really really long time since my last makeup tutorial video. It was in a post I did over a a year ago called Full Face Makeup-Neutrals and another post called Full Face Makeup Routine with Bdellium Brushes. I've gotten a few asks for more but haven't gotten around to one until now. Sorry it's taken so long and I hope I will have more in the short future. The most exciting parts about this look
This video is for a cut crease tutorial. It's your's as much as my own because, surprise! This is the first
time I'm doing this! After seeing this look on Instagram I became intrigued and started watching video tutorials. I decided to give it a try for myself and thought 'Why not share the experience?'
To recreate this look I grabbed the tools I already had including my favorite product of late, featured in my the post Avon For the Love Of Makeup Artist Palette. I had all the colors I needed! sweet!!
So, after practicing on one eye I decided to make a video to show you how I got the look. I listed all the colors from the palette as well as the other Avon products I used below. Of course you know by now that it's all Avon, all the time, lol.
You'll also notice in the video that I only used 3 brushes. Watching videos where the blogger goes through 50 brushes to get 1 look exasperates me. Not to mention that all the brushes have random numbers. Lol. I don't know maybe its a beauty blogger thing. I'm sorry, 3 brushes worked just fine for me as I generally work from light colors to dark colors. I usually clean my brushes in between washes with the Avon Makeup Remover Wipes so if I wanted to move from a dark color back to a light color I would just clean the brush.
That being said I have added the Avon Pro Eyeliner Brush to my wishlist because a smaller brush would help for small areas where precision is required.
I used the Avon Pro Cream Eyeshadow Brush even though I was using powder eyeshadows because the brush is thinner and allowed me to draw more precise lines. For areas were precision wasn't needed I used the usual Avon Pro Eye Shadow Brush. For the concealer I used a mark. concealer brush from my travel bag because I couldn't find my pro brush but I usually use my Avon Pro Concealer Brush to conceal small areas.
Check out the video below and be sure to let me know what you think.
For The Love of Makeup Artist Palette eye shadow colors Shell, Ginger, Toast, Buff, Coffee, Ink & Rose. Blush in Peach Glow
Avon True Color Glimmersticks Eye Liner in Brown & Black
SuperExtend Precise Liquid Liner
Ideal Flawless Concealer Stick
mark. Lash Is More Easy-On Faux Eyelashes
Avon True Color Wide Awake Mascara
Avon Pro Cream Eye Shadow Brush
Avon Pro Eye Shadow Brush
Avon Pro Concealer Brush