Dimma Umeh, Beauty Blogger gives quick tutorial on ‘Easy Cut Crease’

Dimma Umeh, Nigerian beauty blogger showcases her ‘easy cut crease’.

First of all, for those new to the make-up world, let’s define at ‘crease’. Cut crease is a technique used to explain the “crease by “cutting” across it with a contrasting eye shadow color and little to no blending.”

It is similar to that Egyptian look; there is an invisible yet divisible line between the upper lid and the lane underneath your eyebrow. The contrast of shades makes the eyes looks define, but a bit slanted.

There are tons of YouTube video on the makeup look. Now, you can learn how to cut crease. Nigerian blogger Dimma Umeh – gives a tutorial on an easy way to get the eye make-up look.

Learn and share!

The products used are provided on her website. Check it here for more details. 
Eye Brows
Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow wiz in Dark Brown and Mac studio finish concealer – NW 40
Mac prep and prime 24 hour extend the eye base – Original, Morphe 35C Plaette, Urban Decay Vice 4 Palette – Framed & Bones, Anastasia Beverly Hills Eyeshadow in Fudge – Crease.
Anastasia Beverly Hills Eye shadow in Belize (Lid), Makeup Geek Eyeshadow – Morocco, NYC Liquid Eyeliner
Lena Lashes – Dana, Clinique high lengths mascara, and Mac studio sculpt mascara


Ilamasqua matte veil, Mac studio Fix fluid – NW45, Nars Radiant Creamy concealer – Caramel & Amande, Ben Nye Banana powder, Black opal stick foundation – Carob , and Illamasqua pressed powder – 325
Cheeks and Cheekbones
Anastasia Beverly Hills  – So Hollywood and MUD Blush – Pumpkin

NYX Lip pencil  – Pitch and Colourpop Lippie Stix – Bossy & Creature

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