MY GO-TO MAKEUP TUTORIAL | JACLYN HILL X MORPHE PALETTE

MY GO-TO MAKEUP TUTORIAL | JACLYN HILL X MORPHE PALETTE


Hey guys welcome to my channel today’s video is going to be my go-to makeup tutorial using the Jaclyn Hill x Morphe palette so many you guys have asked me to use this on my channel and I didn’t get around to using it whenever it first launched, but is relaunching this Tuesday the 18th of july at 8 a.m.. So hang tight for that, so I figure oh my gosh We’re finally going to get around to filming with it on the second round of the launch I asked guys on Twitter What kind of look you guys wanted to see and my go-to makeup look or a colorful look and you guys mostly? commented both, both, both, both, both! so in this video I am going to do my everyday makeup look give you a visual that and then I’m going to add some color onto it to show you guys how you can incorporate color and Use your colors inside cuz I know allow you guys already have this palette so I hope you guys are excited for the tutorial You already know what we’re about to do here. If you haven’t already be sure and (singing) subscribe to my Chanel, before you leave… subscribe And we’ll go ahead and jump right into the video. I brought you really up close and personal to my face We’re going to go ahead and start by priming the skin. I’m going to be using the nyx Shine killer. This is a great Primer if you get a little bit oily out throughout the day now. It isn’t like a lifesaver It’s not going to completely stop your skin from getting breezy But I think it does add a little bit of a helpful touch to eliminate some of the dewiness. I’m it mattifies the skin Also, oh my gosh hello break out these two bumps have been here for almost two weeks, and they won’t go away So I guess they’re just not part of my face now. I also pick at them So maybe that has something to do with it. So now I’m going to prep my skin. I like just Hit it with one or two sprays of the morphe prep and set and now we’re ready to rock and roll I’m gonna go ahead and with my foundation you guys know I use this oh she is dirty, but I use this all the time. This is in shade beige this is the vanished foundation from Hourglass I Like to use a good bit of it. You don’t have to use as much of it that I used I’m just trying to be a full coverage girl today now. I’m going to take my favorite brush of all-time This is the y6 brush from morphe it’s so incredibly soft it’s a flat top Kabuki, and this is what I use every day to blend out my Foundation it was so funny I did a live session the other day and I was like hey guys what brush am I going to blend out my? Foundation with and Literally the whole comment section like y 6y 6 y 6y 6 4 6 it was so cool like oh Well, I’m going to blend out this foundation Hollering it’s really easy to blend out whether it is a you know, whatever you want to use to blend it out again I prefer the brush mostly But it blends out so easily next up for concealer. I’m gonna be using the Nars Radiant creamy Concealer in Shade custard This is what am I trying to? concealers that I use all the Time so lately I haven’t been using quite as much product I’ve really been just applying it under the eye and blending it out in the triangular shape and dragging it down I’m like not as much product you guys are like dear God well with a lot of product you can also take your wise sticks and blend this out these brushes are great for cream Products, so it’s kind of like a two-in-one with this brush, typically I’ll just go in and blend out my concealer with it as well and Whenever I’m blending on my concealer. I like to go back and Forth back and Forth like That to get in all the creases of the eye, and then I normally do my notice with my finger now I normally will go ahead and set that concealer pretty quickly today I’m going to be using the too faced born this way setting powder I’ve really been enjoying this I did like a first impressions on there stuff Which I can link down below and one more more about it, but the setting sounds very nice It does remind me a little bit as a cover-up X was really like to get that under eye if you have dry skin, you don’t have to add this much powder If you addressee, and I do still recommend you setting it your makeup, but I don’t You don’t gotta Use as much because it might dry your skin out a little bit more so while that’s setting there what I’ve been doing lately is I letting that set there and go ahead and do my bronzer so I like to bronze throughout here This is my favorite bronzer brush is the m? 105 brush, it’s just like the perfect shape and I’m going to be using the fantastic bronzer from Marc Jacobs and it’s Humongous, so I’m going to swirl them around and then tap that excess off. I go back and forth I don’t know why I’m such a lunatic with my powders I’m going to carve out the cheekbone a little bit, and I’ll even pull these little baby hairs on bags and Then I’ll start to blend the bulk of it in the cheek bone right there And then I’ll take what’s left and just don’t you drag it up. I’ll start and bring it around my temples and Then I’ll do a little bit right here I do have I shadow at my hairline just to let you guys know I’m trying to cover up my gray hairs in between Dyes Gosh my struggle is real. I just so many questions about my gray hairs and let me just let you know I started graying when I was 16, and it never turned back my hairs gets grayer and grayer every single day I normally am between dyes. I’ll just do the black eyeshadow, but you still see I’m peeking through a touch the 8:54 brush I’ve recently fallen in love with to sweep away my powder whether it’s like the under Cheek area or Right in here because I find that the Bristles are so dense and thick in there it grabs the powder and knocks it off So nicely now for blush, okay? I got these new blushes in it from makeup forever, but they’re like sold individually Are they pretty so I think I’m going to use? I’m going to use this ma beer color kind of doesn’t look that love it on camera. This one is B 208 right here It’s so pretty and I’m going to use my y one blush blush brush y one brush to apply it Right on to my Chi-Chi’s oh These are pigmented girl you better settle down as added so much blush to that cheek and add just as much to the other cheek So I’m just going to turn the brush over fab blush and once I turn it over to the queen side and kind of buff Some of that blush out for a highlight I’m going to be using with my favorite summer highlights is a summer snow cone by Jeffery star And it looks really yellowy in the packaging But it comes off like a really soft frosted Golden color on the skin, and I’ve really been enjoying this guy This is my favorite highlight. This is the art 36 there is a hair well This is the are 36, and I find that it has kind of ratty Bristles which will grab the product nicely and as you can see oh my and I’ll even touch there and my upper Lip can always go back and on some more – that’s real live if you feel I like to add it to my nose but normally with my finger Now what else do you guys already know I like to hit my face a little bit setting spray to set all these powders in And then pack them down, and then we’ll work on the eyes And then I’ll just take a sponge and just press it down you use a beauty blender or whatever to do this But this sponge is just really faster My skin is done now. We’re going to go ahead and do the eyes first I’m going to fill in my eyebrows And I’ll be right back plus my camera is dying so we need a new battery. Oh here is my palette now Mine is a little bit dirty. I use her a lot okay. So just pretend that she’s not also, I went ahead into my brows and then I also put a little bit my mac paint pot on my eyelid first what I’ve been doing is going in with these two top Shades right here, and I’ll just use my M57 3 it’s a fluffy Blender brush gets them on Like that and then I’ll go ahead and buff that right into the crease of my transition shade Go ahead and put down whatever primer. You like best. I always stick with the Mac paint pot I love them a lot so what I like to do whenever I’m blending a nice shadow is I’ll go ahead and press the color Into the actual crease and then once most of the color is press to the crease I’ll take whatever is left on my brush and start to Buff upward And that way you’re not getting too much color like all the way out here you see how that’s deeper That way up here isn’t quite as steep Now I’ll switch a little bit of a smaller blending brush I’m putting it up here on my forehead because you can’t see that good right there DCL is smaller And it’s a little more tapered at the end. This is the R39 from the Rose Gold collection now I like to take it a little deeper And I’ll just mix these two shades together like that one side of the brush And I’ll flip the brush over and I’ll do the same thing really buff those colors right into the crease Now as most you guys know I always tell you the deeper to color I go because I kind of build up Browns typically in any local head and buff out a few browns the deeper the color I go the Lower I keep the color so I won’t start bringing these Darker Browns effects. Hi next I’m going to go into our warm tome friend right here And I’m just going to get a little on the R39 same brush and just pop it right on in there Outer corner focusing most of the color and then I’ll go ahead and sweep just whatever is left on the brush really on the inner Corner right there, but most of the color goes is going to go in that outer corner For the fun part I’m actually going to go ahead and go into this cold color right here. Oh my gosh I think this is my favorite color in the whole entire Palette if you know me like I am a gold go-to girl. Gold Gold gold I love the color gold actually typically wear more gold. Jewelry then silver. That’s nothing to do with anything I’m just letting you know that when my favorite brushes to pack on color is the M42 one it is a flat synthetic brush, but it’s a little bit shorter So it’s great for shading and really getting precise I’m going to build on some color on the brush And I’m going to hit it a few times with a little bit of a mist, and I have to wet all my shimmers It’s just like an addiction that I have you don’t have to wet these eyeshadows They are so creamy but um you don’t have a fancy thing for either to wet them you can wet your brush with a little bit of water and then grab the shimmery product And it works the same I like to use Mac’s fix+ or the morphe preps and set What I like to do is because this brush has like a flat Rounded tip I like to set it right there with my natural crease is And because the color is wet I can go ahead and kind of carve out I hit my mic I go ahead and carve out the crease now we’re going to do the same thing to the other eyeball it’s okay if you’re brown get down on your lid because You’re shimmer from this palette is so pigmented You can just layer it right on top Going back into the palette might take this deep brown color right here the same R39 brush And I’m just going to get some on the tip and really just lightly very light hand It leaks this colors very deep and pigmented and I want to have an explosion on my eye So I just going to lightly buff some in the outer corner in that outer crease And I just have it like on the tip of the brush not all over the brush Now this is my eyelid This is what I do Lately I haven’t really been applying anything to my brow bone eyes kind of and let them naturally be lighter from the eyeshadow primer But what I like to do now is to tightline as well as add a little bit of black liner on the upper Waterline and case I’m going to add lashes Which once you know I’m going to I’m going to take this you a slim eyeliner in black and I’m going to go ahead and tighten a little bit Now it’s time for lashes, and then I’ll add a little bit of Mascara for lashes Or I’m using some that I’ve worn before these are my amy by lily lashes because I’m going to take my m to ten Bright Amanda exist in the shade I’m going to bust them on the lower lash line, and I always like to Connect lower lash line with the outer corner I’m going to pay this E43 brush. Which is just a little bit of a tighter brush for the Waterline grab that darkest shade my buff her really close to the lower lashes I Take that issue a skinny liner and shade black and just add it a lower waterline now, and then I’ll pop on some Mascara to my lower lashes I’m going to add the do or a pump and volume Mascara to my upper and lower lashes Kind of connecting is the real lashes to the salt flash is now the glues dried down a little bit Then also of course to the lower lashes For lips, I’m going to take this curvy lip liner by colour-Pop and line my lips I’m going to take Darken Suede lip ammo from Jeffrey Star I’m going to go ahead and fill in this center of my lips and then rub them together and Lastly we can set everything with deliver the more people haven’t set One up. We are finished. This is my go-to. Look the look that. I love the look that I always wear they look better. I can’t get enough of So have a little gander, and I guess I hope you like this look now We’re going to add a little bit of this purple color in the crease. We’re going to keep stay go I’m going to use the endless 210 brush Grab some of the purple on the tip of the brush and going to buff the purple rut in the crease We’re going to take that purple on this 210 brush and just push it right into the lashes the outer corner and then take the tip of that brush and work it in that Crease up there actually going to grab some of the blue – I’m going to go in and add it right on in there So I really want to get some colors that one makes the purple and blue together and just on that outer corner plus it in and then make it connect I Think just like that easy you can incorporate color your palate It’s obviously easier to do this look whatever you don’t already have your lashes on comment down below if you like to colorful look better Or just the Golden eye better Thank you guys so much for being here and watching and I will see you all in my next video *random noices* bye guys

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