A few weeks ago I was thinking about how I used to do my makeup in school. I remember being obsessed with a silver glitter eyeliner, I would wear it every single day and feel so glamorous (until people stuck gum in my hair of course). Anyway, last weekend I decided to pop into Superdrug and see if I could find it. I couldn’t remember what brand it was so I was searching for quite a while when, low and behold, I found it! Of course, I immediately bought it and was inspired to create a pretty, glitter cut crease makeup look.
- First, I primed my entire face using the Guerlain L’or Pure Radiance primer to ensure my skin was nice and tacky, ready for foundation.
- I then applied the Becca 24 Hour Ultimate Coverage foundation, using a Spectrum B02 brush.
- Next, I set my foundation in place with the RCMA No Colour Powder.
- For my eyebrows, I used the Kat Von D Super Brow in the shade ‘blonde’.
Contour, Blush and Highlight:
- To carve out my cheekbones I used the Anastasia Beverly Hills Powder Contour Kit. I also contoured my jawline and under my chin.
- For blush, I used my new favourite, the Hourglass Ambient Lighting blush in the shade ‘Mood Exposure’.
- I highlighted my cheekbones, nose and cupid’s bow with the Anastasia Beverly Hills Aurora palette and the shade Luna.
- Do I really need to say it at this point? Of course, I used the Urban Decay Original Primer Potion to prime my eyelids.
- I went right into the Juvia’s Place Saharan II Palette and applied the shade Taza to my outer corner and crease, blending it upward toward my brow bone.
- Then I cut half of my crease using a little bit of the Becca foundation and pressing it carefully to create a new, higher crease.
- Next, I took the shade Hadiya and applied this all over my lid.
- For my inner corners, I used the blinding Aziza shade.
- Then I took the Silver Collection Glam Crystals Gel Liner and carefully applied this to the cut crease to make the whole eye look pop.
- To finish off I applied a couple of coats of the Benefit BADgal BANG Mascara.
- For my lips, I kept it simple and neutral using Charlotte Tilbury’s liquid lipstick in the shade Charlotte Darling.
Let me know what you think of this glitter cut crease makeup look in the comments below. Personally, I love the glitter liner and think I’ll be using it a lot more in the future! Don’t forget to subscribe to my blog while you’re here and follow me on Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest too. Thanks for reading!