Hi guys! Today I wanted to share with you the details of the look that I posted last weekend on Instagram of a look I did mainly using products that KathleenLights collaborated on with companies. I did the look in celebration of her birthday weekend which is why it is focused around her products. In case you didn’t figure it out, I’m a huge fan of her channel and the collaborations that she has done. I’ve purchased quite a few of them and I have yet to find one that wasn’t worth it.
Foundation: L’Oreal Infallible Pro-Matte in Classic Ivory
Concealer: Urban Decay Naked Skin Concealer in Fair Neutral
Powder: Becca Blotting Perfector
Blush: Becca Mineral Blush in Flowerchild
Contour: Kat Von D Shade + Light Contour Kit – Sombre & Lucid (mixed)
Highlight: Makeup Geek x KathleenLights Highlight Palette – Nightlight
Eyes: Urban Decay Primer Potion (original). Morphe x KathleenLights Eye Shadow Palette (see photo below). Colourpop Cream Gel Liner in Mr. Bing (smudged into lash line). L’Oreal Voluminous Smoldering Eye Liner in Black (water line and upper lash line). Essence Lash Princess False Effect Mascara (lashes)
Brows: Anastasia Beverly Hills Dip Brow in Taupe
Lips: Colourpop Lippie Stix in Aquarious
For this look I tried to do a cut crease. To achieve this I followed the technique used in this tutorial. Meaning, I used concealer to ‘carve out’ my lid space after my crease was done. This technique worked very well. Next time I think I’ll focus more on building up the crease shade and using a better contrasting lid space for a better cut crease effect. In person it didn’t look as ‘cut’ as it did when I photographed it.
Well, that’s my take on a simple cut crease makeup look focusing on using KathleenLights collaborations! I’m glad I tried this out as a cut crease was on my list of things I wanted to try to challenge myself. After seeing how simple this was, I think I will try another cut crease but this time, bolder.
What was the last makeup experiment you tried? Let me know in the comments down below!