Everyone and their mother has jumped on the glam cut-crease trend, and we’re no different. Except we’ve made it vegan. That’s right – it’s aaaaall vegan. Here at Superdrug we don’t want anyone to think there are any limits with vegan makeup. That’s why we’ve asked Eloise Mitchell (@eloisemofficial) to show you how to create a cut crease using all vegan makeup. You’ll get the same result (perfect for party season) and all using products that are cruelty-free. Sound good? Keep reading…
Warm up the crease
It’s winter, so we’re going for a warm brown in the crease and pink and golden shimmer to light your makeup fire. Apply a golden-brown shade from the Revolution Re-Loaded Palette in Iconic Fever to the crease and blend out with a fluffy brush for a smooth, seamless finish. For more glam, deepen under your eyes by smoking out the lower lash line with a darker brown shade from the same palette, blending it up towards the outer corner.
Before we get into the glitter (collective woo!) you’ll want to cut the crease with a concealer or eyeshadow primer. We chose Revolution Pro Eye Elements Eyeshadow Primer, which gives a sticky base for the shimmer shades to cling on to. Simply pat the product on the centre of your lid with a flat shadow brush.
Now for the fun bit! Use a clean flat shadow brush to pack on Bleach London Legal Highlights in Pink Glitter on top of the primer. Blend out the edges with the same fluffy brush you used for the crease, to get rid of any harsh lines. For even more sparkle, press Bleach London Glitterati in Golden 06 onto the centre of your lid with your finger.
Finish the look by lining your tightline and waterline with B. Kohl Liner in Black, to give the look more definition and oomph. And that’s it – you’re ready to party the night away and snap some grid-worthy pics for the gram.