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Master the halo cut crease technique with this easy eyeshadow tutorial from onlinekyne

Sunset eyes are the new smoky eyes — but brighter, bolder and more impactful.

Sunset eyes are the new smoky eyes — but brighter, bolder and more impactful

If you're in the mood to expand your makeup horizons with more something adventurous — and impactful — than the classic smoky eye, this sunset-hued halo cut crease tutorial from onlinekyne has you covered. The 'halo' effect is achieved by using darker shadow on the outer and inner edges of your eyes to draw attention to the centre of your lid. And while this can be done with just about any colour palette, we love the warm, vibrant tones Kyne's chosen for spring.

Though he argues that the technique required to master this look is "a little more involved than your average smoky eye," his simple blending tips and recommendations on which brushes to use will help you master it in minutes. Check out the video to see how it's done, then scroll to see what products Kyne used to get the look.

Sunset eyes are the new smoky eyes — but brighter, bolder and more impactful. 5:45

Here are the products Kyne used for this tutorial:

  • Morphe x James Charles Artistry Palette
  • NYX Epic Ink Liquid Eyeliner
  • NYX Glitter Primer
  • MAC Gold Glitter
  • MAC Peaches Blush
  • Huda Beauty Trendsetter Liquid Lipstick

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