Cut Crease using the Vice 4 palette by Urban Decay and 2 colors on your crease
Step 7: Finish off your look by curling your lashes, and adding mascara. If you really want to bump it up a step further even go ahead and add lashes
Step 1: Prime your eyes and set in Framed
Step 3: Use a fluffy blending brush and blend Bitten upward. ( Holding your handle towards the ground and your bristles pointing up with blend upward.
Step 5: Re-apply your highlight color Framed.
Step 6: To keep this a natural look go in and apply a thin brown liner. (to intensify add black liner and perhaps a wing)
Step 4: to intensify the crease go in with your angled liner brush and follow your crease with Delete. Go in with your blending brush and blend Delete Upward.
Step 2: use an angled liner brush to map out your crease with Bitten. You are going to blend this upward, so it doesn't have to be perfect.
The cut crease is a classic and timeless eyeshadow look, to create the perfect cut crease you have two options.
To Create a cut crease eyeshadow look:
No matter what choice, make sure you blend the color upwards keeping the intensity focused on the crease.
4.Re-highlight your lid and under your brow if needed.
5.Apply eyeliner to your top lash line and mascara.
Classic Cut Crease