30+ Beautiful Cut Crease Makeup Looks
This gorgeous cut crease makeup style is taking the social media beauty world by storm and for very good reason too. The cut crease is a new spin on the classic smokey-eye look and creates a deep inset that really accentuates the shape of your eyes. The cut crease follows the natural curve of your eyelid crease. This beautiful look can be subtle or bold, colorful or neutral. There are so many different cut crease makeup looks that you can go for.
Here are some of our favorite cut crease makeup looks for you to enjoy.
Brown Cut Crease
This subtle brown cut crease is great for a natural cut crease look. We love the way the brown eyeshadow follows the eyelid down to that gorgeous angle.
Pink Cut Crease
You can really play around with the shape of your cut crease and make it any color. Matching the curve of your eyeliner to the curve of your cut crease eyeshadow is a great look.
Cut Crease Eyeliner Look
Using eyeliner to accentuate the cut crease curve looks great and you can be experimental with what colors you use and how many different eyeliner layers you want to create.
Smokey Blue Cut Crease
Creating a long line with your eyeliner and with your cut crease line gives a glamorous Cleopatra’esk look. This looks fabulous with a bright statement color on your eyelids.
Purple Glitter Cut Crease
A purple and pink makeup look can look great with a bit of extra glitter. This artist has beautiful soft round features and has matched this roundness with the curve of her cut crease eyeliner.
Red Cut Crease
For a sultry and mysterious look that is great for a late-night party try combining silver eyeshadow with a thick red cut crease line.
Colorful Cut Crease
You can create the appearance of a cut crease without having to draw a solid line. This artist has defined her cut crease by layering two different colors on top of one another.
Black Cut Crease
This look is a great spin on the smokey eye. Combining a silvery white with a smokey black cut crease really makes the natural shape of your eyelid stand out.
Party Cut Crease
I could name a dozen different things that I love about this look. Not only does it have rainbow eyeshadow but it also has a stunning shimmery eyeliner and the most gorgeous white cut crease lines.
Gold Cut Crease
A gold glitter cut crease is a stunning and incredibly versatile look. It can be dressed up or down depending on the occasion and can be combined with pink or red lipstick to suit your mood.
Negative Space Nude Cut Crease
For something elegant and simple go for this gorgeous natural nude negative space between your gold crease and eyeliner. This shape is stunning and really works with the natural curves of your eyes.
Extreme Color Cut Crease
For when you really want to show off that cut crease you bright or go home. Combining different cut crease techniques together with these bold colors creates a party on your eyelids.
Dramatic Glitter Cut Crease
Talking about a party of your eyelids, this dramatic cut crease look combines shimmer eyeshadow with glitter on the cut crease and rhinestones.
Brown Cut Crease Eyeshadow
Using dark brown eyeshadow to create a dark and smokey cut crease line is a romantic and sultry look that is great for the evening.
Blue + Brown Cut Crease
Combing a thin cut crease line with a thin line of eyeshadow creates a really elegant shape. We love how these two shades of blue have been combined as a light-cut crease blue and as a darker blue eyeliner.
Double Cut Crease
This cut-crease party look combines a thin purple cut-crease line with a complimenting shade of eye shadow to create this double-cut crease look. Add a bit of negative space on the inner lid, double wings, and a touch of glitter and you’ve got yourself a look for the books!
Brown Cut Crease With Glitter
Applying a dark brown eyeshadow to the above crease space and a subtle line of gold glitter on the crease line is a simple yet elegant look that is great for many occasions.
Cut Crease Eye Makeup Styles
This artist has created so many gorgeous cut crease looks that we couldn’t quite decide which one was our favorite, we’ve got green cut crease makeup, gold cut crease makeup, red cut crease makeup, and of course lots of glitter. She literally has the full cut crease eye makeup catalog.
Glitter Cut Crease Makeup
How cute is this cut crease look? We love the little silver glitter cut crease line combined with the bright blue eyeliner. The little rhinestone under that lower lash line is a gorgeous touch.
Gold Glitter Cut Crease Makeup
Thick black eyeliner paired with a thick glittery gold cut crease line of the same thickness is a simple yet effective look that will really show off that gorgeous eye shape of yours.
Red + Orange Cut Crease
We love how this coral color palette has been used to create a warm and stunning look. This artist has blended red with orange above the cut crease line to create a deep orange cut crease look.
Red Cut Crease With Glitter
Another great red-cut crease look is to combine it with glitter. Use a dark red to create a smokey-eye look and add a thin line of gold glitter to accentuate the shape of your eyelid.
Yellow Cut Crease
Float like a butterfly and sting like a bee with this fierce yellow cut crease look. If Quintin Tarantino knew about this stunning look when he made Kill Bill, I’m pretty sure we’d see Uma Therman rocking this one!
Blue Cut Crease Makeup
Using two contrasting colors on either side of the cut crease can help bring out that gorgeous curve of yours. We love the combination of blue and purple with either yellow or orange.
Cut Crease Smokey Eye
This simple smokey eye look with a nude eyelid and a smokey black cut crease looks stunning with a set of long striking eyelashes.
Reverse Cut Crease
Who says the cut crease has to go from the outer v of your eye? Reverse this cut crease look by making the highlighting color start from the tear duct. We love how the white and black meet together in the cut crease.
Sunset Cut Crease
Use a subtle black or brown cut crease to accentuate the eyeshadow and the curve of your eyes. This looks stunning when you have a gorgeous sunset look like this one.
Cut Crease With Rhinestones
We’ve seen cut creases with glitter, but cut creases with rhinestones are just that extra glittery step further. Be sure to place the rhinestones above the crease so that any eye movement you make won’t knock them off or get uncomfortable. You can even create this cut crease look as far as your highlight or brown bone is necessary.
Natural Cut Crease Look
Using a nude eyeshadow palette you can create a natural cut crease look that will accentuate your eyes without giving the appearance of wearing too much makeup.
Neon Cut Crease
Another cut crease look that is great for those banging late-night parties. Pairing a neon cut crease look with neon nails is look that is sure to turn some heads.
Purple Unicorn Cut Crease
Rather than using glitter on your cut crease line, go for glitter on your eyelids and use a complimenting shade to create shape in your eyeshadow look.
Purple And Orange Cut Crease
This little touch of orange contrasts with the purple and gives a subtle reverse-cut crease look that adds a little extra to your purple eyeshadow look.
Neon Orange Cut Crease
For party eyes that are a little bit less extreme than the other looks we’ve seen, add a thin line of neon along your cut crease.
Well, I think we’ve covered just about every cut crease makeup look out there with these beautiful cut crease makeup looks. Have any of these inspired you to create your own? If so, send us a photo, we’d love to see it and we may even give you a feature in one of our articles.