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Glitter Eyes: The best Glitter Cut Crease Eyeshadow.

Glitter eyes

We've found that adding sparkle to your shadow really helps your eyes pop. The latest trend of glitter shadow with glitter cut as such is one we're definitely eyeing (no pun intended). A little glitter eyes, can go a long way in diversifying your shadow looks. Whether you're a shimmery minimalist or want to focus on the glitter, we've rounded up some fabulous glitter crease shadow looks that will make your eyes pop.

1. disco diva

Channel your inner disco diva with this glittery pleated shadow look. The icy silver glitter paired with black shadow creates a festive contrast that's perfect for any party. Highlight the inner corners of the eyes to really make them pop. Note the brows and lip colour too - we're big fans.

2. simply add glitter

Bold liner and cut crease glitter shadow create a dramatic look that can also be considered smoky. Draw under the eyes with a creamy liner that deposits highly pigmented colours and pack a fine glitter powder shadow into the crease to recreate this glittery masterpiece.

3. it is all liner

If you want to keep your products to a minimum, draw a cut crease shape in the lid crease with an eyeliner for something sophisticated and press a glitter pigment like Lemonhead LA's Spacepaste on top.

4. emerald cut pleat

Emerald looks beautiful against all skin tones and eye colours and looks even more striking in glitter formulations. Pro tip: Add a touch of rich matte green to the outline of your crease for clearer definition.

5. do it bravely

With a bolder glitter type on the lids, you can easily turn this look into a cut crease by adding a liquid liner to the crease for high definition. This look is more of an artistic, abstract version of a sparkly glitter shade and stands out in the best way possible.

6. pretty grunge

Cut crease shadows don't always have to be very precise. You can wear a more grungy, vibrant glitter look by mixing deep shadow colours and creamy glitters for an edgier feel. Apply your shadow with the creamy glitter pigment that suits your mood. If you're looking for a pressed glitter pigment shadow, Victoria Beckham Beauty Lid Lustre in Onyx is a great option.

7. holographic haze

Give your cut crease look a holographic feel after applying the liner to the edge of the lashes and inner crease. Your glitter can be anything you like - whether it's fine particles, chunkier, shimmery bits or a lightly infused gel that sparkles and shines.

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8. total glam

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The ultimate glitter glam look with a glamorous cut, this super sparkly golden shadow brings eyes to life paired with rich, jet black shadow and liner. Finish with a few coats of your favourite volumising mascara, like L'Oreal Lash Paradise, to really open up the eyes and set the look .

9. fairy fantasy

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Pastel blue eyeshadow and glitter gems glued on bring this shadow crease look to life, and the difference in tone and shape of the gems helps to enhance the texture. This look is unforgettable and beautiful.

10. icy crease

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Here, make-up artist Steve Kassajikian has created an icy ombre look, using a rich, royal blue shadow that blends seamlessly with an icy white.

11. bronze reflections

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Try something new with your cut crease by extending it outwards into a wing shape and adding glitter towards the inner corners of the eyes and lids. This style shows off how beautiful the glitter is, but offers more punch for those who want to experiment with bold and dramatic looks.

12. go green

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Jewel-toned greens and golds create a perfectly cut crease glitter shadow look. Choose an eyeliner that already contains glitter to draw your cut crease, or pack some pigment glitter on top if you prefer. Urban Decay's 24/7 Glide-On Eyeliner Pencil in Mildew is a similar green to the one pictured here.

13. a touch of sparkle

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If you want to achieve a cut crease look with glitter but don't want it all, you can hold the glitter towards the inner corners of your eyes instead of the lids. Apply your shadows in a cut crease as usual and press a glitter pigment onto the inner corner of the eye for the final touch.

14. everything that shimmers

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Smoky Cut Crease Glitter looks show just enough sparkle and combine two popular trends: the smoky eye and the cut crease. For this look, choose a shimmery shade with tiny glitter particles versus something bolder.

15. dark dreaming

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Metallic blue eyeshadow covers the lids, while a glittery gel pigment is the finishing touch just above the crease. This is such a match made in heaven as both parts work together to complement each other.

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