Cut creases can look absolutely adorable, as long as you create them correctly. According to Bustle, here's how to create a cut crease with your eye shadow:
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Apply a Primer
Make sure you apply your primer before you apply your eyeshadow.
Apply a Transition Shade
Your best bet is to use a light matte brown. Pick something that's a little darker than your skin tone.
Stick to Mattes when Creating a Crease
Use even darker browns than your transition shades to deepen the crease.
Use a Fluffy Brush
It's time to blend, and a fluffy brush is the best way to do that!
Hold Your Brush at an Angle
If you hold it upright, it'll create a rough line. That's why you have to remember to hold it at an angle.
Blend out with a Transition Shade
Soften your eyeshadow by returning to using your transition shade.
Do the Lid Last
Now it's time to add some shimmery shadow to your lid, and then you're done!
If you're still confused, you can check out this video:
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