Here is a fun colourful look using the amazing Morphe Jaclyn Hill Palette.
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First you want to apply a eye primer or concealer to the lid of your eyes and blend this out and set it with a powder.
Then with the light orange shadow you want to take a large fluffy brush and blend this into the crease keeping it blended.
Then with a darker burnt orange eyeshadow you want to also apply this to the crease keeping it a little lower than the last shadow and this can help with keeping the look blended. Don't worry if it goes on the lid as we will clean it up.
Now for the clean up. You can do this by going in with the concealer or eye primer and a small brush you want to carve out the cut crease. When doing this keep you eyes open as this will give you the best idea of what you want it to look like.
Now with the aqua shade you want to apply this where you've just applied the primer.
With a darker burgundy shade and a small fluffy brush you want to blend this on the outer corner and lower lash line. This will help bring the lid into the crease and bring everything together.
With a dark chocolate brown eyeshadow and a pencil brush you want to apply this slightly on the outer lid and in the crease where you join the lid and crease together.
For the waterline apply a black eyeliner/crayon and with a pencil brush you want to blend this to the lower lash line so you can see the skin between the lashes.
For the lashes apply mascara to the top and bottom lashes and pop on some false lashes to make the eyes pop and open up the eyes.
To make sure the eyes don't look to dark you want to apply a light shimmer shadow to the inner corner and brow bone.
For this look I paired it with a dark burgundy nude lip.