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Ok this is not exactly how most " cutting the crease" looks look. But this is my interpretation of it. I tried making it more wearable as opposed to the drag queenish dark, sharp defining of the crease. My version is super mellow ...but bold for day wear (for me).




I used the pinkish red color from the LA Colors palette in Wine and Roses. For the crease I used Milani Storm. Use a small crease brush to help define the crease. I used the pale pink color as highlight from the same palette. The liner is Prestige liquid liner in black. You can take it another step ahead by using a more sparkly color as your highlight under the brows, defining your brows "extremely" well and adding false lashes.


Love,
Indian Girl

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nosh said... @ July 29, 2008 at 8:45 AM

I love this! And beautiful eyes surely helps as well :)

Ranjani said... @ July 29, 2008 at 7:32 PM

OOOOO! It's soooo pretty- LOVE the colors- you are totally gorgeous:)

An Indian's makeup musings said... @ July 30, 2008 at 4:59 AM

Nosh, Ranjani:
Aww... you guys are super sweet!

Anonymous said... @ July 30, 2008 at 10:32 PM

hey!love your stuff, but i think you shud go beyond isolated parts and try out "looks" as a whole..u knw..
and also, im in college and all i wear is kohl! im kinda gettin a lil bored of my look..could you like may be post something that i cud wear to college??like smthn light yet noticable sort of thing...
thanx and keep it up!
diva.

An Indian's makeup musings said... @ August 3, 2008 at 9:15 PM

Hey Diva,
I was a complete Kohl girl in college too! I still do it often, coz nothing beats Kohl in making me feel good about my looks :)
I will put together an article soon , on simple ways to spice up your looks. Hope that'll help !
Love,
Indian Girl

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