Apply your eye primer
I like to use a fluffy blush for all over colour
I applied the second to lightest colour out of my palette as the base colour and went over with the lighter shade to the inner third of the eye to bring the colour out more
Next I've gone for a light shade of the colour I would like so in this case it will be a green smokey eye look. Once ive got this shade as you can see i've gone from the outer corner of my eye and done a sort of 'V' shape more curved on the top following my browline shape. You'll need a finer brush so you can concentrate on doing this.
Once you've done that blend the colour inwards about a quarter of the way in from the outer corner of your eye. Now if you wanted you could leave it at this but if you want to be creative and exploring then we are basically going to do this but with more darker/concentrated shades
Once you are going to work with darker shades you'll need fluffier brushes for good blending these dome shaped fluffy brushes are my fav for doing this.
Here I've took the first green colour further in on the eye and replaced the outer corner with a darker colour, I did this in the same way first outlining the 'V' kind of shape and then blended in really well.
So far on the above pics we have worked with three colours if you are wanting to go really dramatic then add a fourth colour I have added black. So this time I didn't do a 'V' with black instead just a diagnol line from the outer corner of the eye simply because black takes ALOT of blending sometimes it can either stay too black in places or too faded. So that's why for this tutorial purpose I didn't do a 'V'. so blend inwards VERY well.
Here's the pic once the black has been blended in really well, remember don't be afraid to go back to other colours if you feel you've applied too much of a certain colour or less of another. I go back many times even AFTER I've applied my eyeliner plus its good practice.
Eyeliner is another tricky thing to tackle so I'll try make this as simple as I can for you. Start as close as you can to your lash line. Once you've done this start from the corner and follow the colour diagonally.
Then start from the top of the line then come inwards.
Then fill your eyebrows in, and if you feel comfortable you can make the line thicker.
Here's the finished look.
Hope you found this helpful, if there's anything you'd like me to help you with just comment below, I'd also like to know how I can make it simpler for you then just ask or any general comments will be helpful xx