You will need the following:
-medium sized eyeshadow brush (Target has some for really cheap)
-blender brush (You can use a big, fluffy eyeshadow brush if you don't have one)
-Almay intense eyeshadow trio in "Play Up the Brown"
-eyeshadow primer (optional, but using it will make your eyeshadow stay on longer and less likely to crease)
Step 3: Slightly wet the brush with your eye primer if you have some. Then, using a regular eyeshadow brush, apply the purple eyeshadow the one on the bottom in the trio, over your eyelid. You should try to apply it so that a little bit of the eyeshadow goes above your crease.
Step 4: Using the same brush, apply the cream eyeshadow, the first one in the trio, onto the inner 1/3 of your eye. When I say inner, I'm referring to the area closer to your nose. Also apply a little bit of the eyeshadow under your eyebrows but very lightly.
Step 5: Using the same brush, again, apply the brown shade, the middle one in the trio, onto your crease. Make sure the brush bristles are horizontal, not vertical because your goal is to apply to the crease line and nowhere else.
Step 6: After you have applied eyeshadow to your crease, use your brush and pick up some of the purple shadow. Apply it to the middle of your eyelid and lightly sweep back and forth. This will add more of the purple since the cream and brown eyeshadows probably muddied up the colors a little.
Step 7: Using your blending brush, or a large eyeshadow brush, sweep back and forth a little above the crease. Make sure to not touch or disturb the areas with the concentrated eyeshadows. You are only doing this step to eliminate a color band that usually results when eyeshadow is applied and not blended out to make it become more of a gradient. Refer to the information as an example to where to place your brush.