Cut crease makeup looks are all the rage right now with beauty gurus, but – good news – you don’t have to be a fully fledged makeup artist to master the look. In fact, it’s a lot more simple than it looks.

With primed lids, start by applying a base shade from the Technic Fashionista palette all over the lid to set everything in place whilst also ensuring that any eyeshadow will glide on seamlessly.

Next, apply a neutral transition shade to the crease, bring it out towards the brows. Don’t worry about being too precise with this – the most important thing is to ensure you have a gradual blend up towards your brow. Blend your favourite warm-toned shadows over the top to add a pop of colour to the look.

Next, to cut the crease, apply concealer to the lid using a small flat brush for extra precision. Steph is using the NARS Creamy Concealer in Custard, as it matches her skin tone perfectly whilst also providing really good coverage.

Create a fake crease as shown in the video and wing it outwards in order to ‘lift’ the eye. Set the concealer in place using the same base shade from the Fashionista palette, smoke out the lower lash line and blend together the look using a clean fluffy brush.

Finish the look with a slick of Collection’s Extreme Felt Tip Liner in black and add lashes of mascara (or even falsies, if you fancy) using Technic’s Lashitude mascara. Voila!’