This pink glitter cut crease is perfect for a romantic date

Date-night makeup can be hard to get right. You want to balance looking cute and sexy, but don't want to get stuck in a rut of neutral tones. For a truly romantic look, opting for shades of pink can be pretty without ever looking too over the top.
Glitter is always a welcome addition, and this look uses clever placement to keep the look soft and subtle. If you're planning a hot date, this might just be the perfect makeup look for the occasion!
- NARS Radiant Creamy Concealer
- Small buffing brush
- Laura Mercier Translucent Loose Setting Powder
- Anastasia Beverly Hills Jackie Aina Palette
- Fluffy brush
- Small flat brush
- P. Louise Eyeshadow Base
- Colourpop Give It To Me Straight Palette
- Lash glue
- Detailer brush
- Lash glue
- Fluffy false eyelashes
- Tweezers
- NYX Professional Makeup Face and Body Glitter in Rose
- Sephora Collection 12hr Colorful Contour Eyeliner in Black Lace
- Embryolisse Lait-Creme Concentre Face & Body Moisturizer
- Buffing brush
- Laura Mercier Flawless Fusion Ulta-Longwear Foundation
- L.A. Girl HD Pro Concealer
- NARS Blush in Super Orgasm
- Anastasia Beverly Hills Sun Dipped Glow Kit in Moonstone
- Make Up For Ever Aqua Brow
- Angled brush
- Too Faced Born This Way Multi-Use Complexion Powder
- NYX Professional Makeup Slide On Lip Pencil in Nude Suede Shoes
- MAC Lipstick Cream in Brave
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1. Use a full-coverage concealer and a small buffing brush to prime the eyelids.
2. Set the lids with a loose translucent powder.
3. Use a fluffy brush to work a mid-toned pink eyeshadow (the tutorial uses Supreme from the Anastasia Beverly Hills Jackie Aina Palette) into the crease.
4. Deepen the crease and outer corner using a dusty rose shade. The tutorial uses Pinker from the same palette.
5. Choose a tinted eyeshadow base and small flat brush to map out a cut crease shape on the inner part of the mobile lid.
6. Take a light taupe-brown eyeshadow (the tutorial uses Downright from the Colourpop Give It To Me Straight Palette), and press it over the tinted eyeshadow base.
7. Use lash glue to sketch out a line above the natural crease, and use a detailer brush to press iridescent pink glitter over the line.
8. Apply fluffy false eyelashes with lash glue and tweezers.
9. Use a black kohl pencil on the waterline.
10. Take the same mid-toned pink eyeshadow you used before and smoke out the lower lash line.
11. Apply black mascara to the top and bottom lashes.
12. Prep skin with a moisturizer.
13. Use a buffing brush to apply a medium-coverage foundation.
14. Apply a brightening concealer to the under eyes, and the center of the nose and forehead. Set with the same loose powder used on the eyelids.
15. Apply a shimmery pink blush to the apples of the cheeks.
17. Apply a champagne-toned highlighter to the cheekbones and brow bones.
18. Fill in brows using a pomade and an angled brush.
19. Contour the cheekbones and the perimeter of the face with a darker face powder.
20. Line and fill in lips with a nude lip liner.
21. Apply a pinkish nude-toned lipstick on the lips.

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