Fierce Cat Eye & Cut Crease Makeup Tutorial

16 July 2015 . 2.33K views . 866 likes

Karima McKimmie’s Notes

A striking winged eyeliner look that really transforms the shape of the eye! Inspired by 60s makeup trends, with graphic lines and luscious lashes. I give lots of tips for achieving a cut crease on different eye shapes (hooded eyes, heavy eyelids and deep set eyes). This is a great tutorial if you want to refine your skillz, make sure you tag me @shamelessfripperies if you recreate it! I really like how it turn out, I think its pretty boss ;) What did you think? To see the giant photos of this look, check out my blog post: ---------------------------------------------------------------------- You, yes you! I want to chat, come visit me on any of my social media... Like Shameless Fripperies on Facebook: Blog: Follow us on Twitter: Instagram: Pinterest: Snapchat: karimamckimmie ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Nail polish Im wearing in this tutorial: Sally Hansen Fruitie Patootie Rings I wear in my videos: The ring on my left hand is NOT an engagement ring guys lol, its an heirloom. The two prong rose gold ring can be purchased here - ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Complete List of Products Mentioned: Koh Gen Do - Aqua Foundation in 213 MAC - Paint Pot in Soft Ochre Leukopor Surgical Tape It Cosmetics - Liner Love in Black Viseart - Neutral Matte Palette Physicians Formula - Eye Booster in Black It Cosmetics - Tightline Primer House of Lashes - Iconic False Lashes SUQQU - Brow Pen in Moss Green Surratt - Brow Pomade Charlotte Tilbury - The Retoucher Concealer in 2 Marc Jacobs - Contour Palette in 40 Mirage Charlotte Tilbury - Lip Cheat in Pillow Talk Sportsgirl - Pout About It Lipstick in Fruit Tingle Milani - Baked Blush in Corallina Cle de Peau - Luminizing Face Enhancer in 11 Pastel Make Up Studio - Concealer Pencil Oribe - Dry Texturizing Spray ---------------------------------------------------------------------- For all business enquiries, please email Jill Birmingham from MAXCONNECTORS via For PR samples, please email me at If you made it down this far, come over here and lemme hug you *squish* xxkarima

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