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I have two types of placement that I gravitate toward. The first is light to dark,
going from inner to outer lid/crease, and the second is with the lightest shade on the center of the lid with darker shades on the outer and inner portions of the lid. I usually work from light to dark, so regardless of the placement, I tend to start there.
If I’m doing a look using exactly what I want, I will use things like transition shades, base shades, and the like, but I’m often working within a more limited selection of textures/shades, so I go light to dark and then use one of the darkest shades in the crease. I’ll often fade the crease to the brow bone using one of the lighter, lid colors and then use a soft beige shade for my brow bone. I like use flat, dome-shaped brushes (like MAC 239s) for applying color to the lid and if I want a really rich, intense crease color. Otherwise, I use medium, tapered crease brushes (but not too pointed) to apply and blend out the crease and brow bone color.

— Christine

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