JACLYN HILL X MORPHE PALETTE – Smokey Cut Crease Tutorial




Hi Sweet hearts! ♡♡ Hope you like the first video I created with the NEW ” The Jaclyn Hill Palette ” By Morphe brushes. I personally like the palette but so far only have used the Matte shades.
Give this video a thumbs up if you enjoyed ♡ And let me know if you wanna see more looks created with the Jaclyn Hill Palette. Love you XOXO

35 thoughts on “JACLYN HILL X MORPHE PALETTE – Smokey Cut Crease Tutorial

  1. I LOVE this look! Yes, please do continue demonstrating all kinds of looks from the Jaclyn HIll Palette! Thank you so much for sharing your amazing skills!

  2. I don’t mind if you pronounce some words incorrectly love because you are FLUENT in slaying your makeup looks 👌🏾🌶

  3. PLEASE make more tutorials using the Jaclyn Hill palette! And please also try to include looks that do not involve a cut crease or winged eyeliner. Thank you so much!!! 😀😙

  4. OMG girl! this is so damn lit!! Thanks for sharing! Will be recreating this for sure on my channel (and obviously giving credit) xox Just Subbed as well ^-^

  5. Gorgeous! You are the queen of cut creases 🙂 I would love to see more looks from this palette as it is also one of my favorites. I have recreated a few of your looks and I absolutely love them. So thank you so much. Xoxo

  6. OH MY GOSH i just found your channel and i'm SHOOKETH ! How do you not have millions of subscribers!? We'll get you there! Keep up the amazinggg work!

  7. loving all the jaclyn hill palette tutorials!!! i can't afford the palette right now, but am trying to recreate as i own a ton of old makeup!!!! haha!! thanks girl! x

  8. I love that you get very very close up like there's no guessing how you did something I can see it all , thankyou ! I'm definitely subbing , this is my first video I'm watching of yours and I lov3 it!

  9. The shadows apply lighter than the palette, because the palette is a white/ color contrast, and your skin is tanned, so the lightest color is a lot lighter than your skintone, and will show up that way. Especially when you consider lighter colors on darker skin turn the skin an ashy/chalky color.

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