Miss Brielle Dramatic Lashes

***How to get a cut crease Tips: Put a little concealer directly on the lid, and while wet, open eyes completely. This will mark how high up you should conceal based on how your eyes look fully open. I held my lid taught while I carved out my lid based on what got marked. When I neared the outer crease edge, I looked straight on to the mirror to flick the concealer at the same angle I will be drawing my liner on at. Once my crease was lined up how I wanted, I wet a small eyeshadow brush to pack on a glittery pink all over the lid and under the line I cut at the crease.***

Need ideas on the perfect look to pair with our Miss Brielle Lashes? Taylor (of Taylor & Cambria) has created her own look with these Miss Brielle Lashes. She has taken the time to break it down for us; what she used for brows, shadow and liner. 

Eyebrows: Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade in shade Soft Brown. 

Eyeshadow: Jeffree Star Blood Lust Palette + James Charles + Anastasia Beverly Hills Norvina Palette.

Liner: Maybelline's Ultra Liner Waterproof. 

Mascara: Eclipse Lune-Aster from the store Blue Mercury on bottom lashes.

This type of cut crease is a fun bold look for a special event, dinner date or night out with the girls! The shape of this cut crease has room for all sorts of color combinations! In this look, I went with pink & purple. I started by blending out the light purple shade "Deviant" in the crease. I found this color in the Blood Lust Palette by Jeffree Star Cosmetics. After I buffed it out to my liking, I went in with "Blood Queen" from the same palette on the inner half of my crease. I used a smaller brush and didn't blend it all the way above my crease so that you could still see the transition between this color and "Deviant". I repeated the same small brush technique with "Escape" from the James Charles Palette on the outer crease. At this point I started to visualize the double wing effect I wanted to accomplish while I was blending, so that I would be ready to cut the crease at the right spot. Then, I took my "Covergirl Infallible Concealer" brush to my crease. Opening up my Norvina Palette by Anastasia Beverly Hills, I dipped my wet brush into "Wild Cherry" repeatedly, to build up the glitter. Once I had all of the pink on the lid, I wet the brush to put "Dreamer" from the same palette on as the inner corner highlight. Finally, I wet the brush again and dipped into "Artistry" from the James Charles palette. It is a very gilttery purple shade, to line my lower lash line. I put on my bottom mascara, and used liquid liner for my top wing (which I drew parallel to the cut crease). Lastly, I glued on my Miss Brielle Lashes! I set my eye look with a few sprays from Too Faced "Hangover 3 in 1 Setting Spray", and brushed off any under eye eyeshadow fall out. 

I hope this helped you achieve the look I chose for our Miss Brielle Lashes! Let us know if you tried this look or came up with your own. Comment or send us a picture! Need the Miss Brielle Lashes or another pair from our collection? Visit our accessory page!     

***Please note we are not being paid or asked to endorse any of the makeup products mentioned in this blog/post. These products were selected at our model/artist's own discretion.***



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