Okay, so now we're going to do a couple tricks to create a double eyelid in a natural way. Our model has a bit of a crease, but we're still going to accentuate it even more. The first thing I'm going to do is take just a nude color and color all over her lid so that she's nice and even all over. Just to sort of even the whole lid out and create a nice palette for the next color.
Now that the all-over color is on her eye, I'm going to take the same brush, and just sort of dip the brush into the darker color, and just gently draw it in. I'm creating it down here as well, so it's like a little V. Go back and blend it out with a blender brush. Go back and forth and repeat the same process over and over again until you get the desired amount. You can see her crease is starting to take form. Then taking the same color, I'm going to continue it on down underneath her eye. Once you've created the crease and kind of lined, then you want to go in and just fill in the inside of that triangle.
All right. Now I'm going to move on to the other side. I'm just taking the color again and just blending it out. Once I've got that crease in there, I need to blend it out so it looks a little more natural. By drawing in the crease higher than you might have a crease, or if you don't have a crease at all, it gives the illusion that you do. You can use any color you want. It doesn't matter. You can make it as dramatic or as natural as you want, but it's a great trick and a great tip for going from mono-lid to a double lid.