I love green eyeshadow looks and figured I would write a quick tutorial on one. Here’s what to do:
- Prime! This is very important. I like to use Wet ‘n Wild’s Fergie Eyeshadow Primer – it’s cheap but it works!
- Brush or rub on a shimmery champagne eyeshadow (cream or powder) up to the browbone.
- Brush on a matte green shadow (I used shades like olive and sage), covering the lid.
- Sweep a shimmery green on top (again, I used shades like olive and sage, but you can use whatever shade of green you like).
- Use a crease brush (like the one in the picture) with a deep green shadow to darken your crease and add definition.
- Use an angled eyeliner brush in the same dark green eyeshadow on your lower lash line, dragging the shadow about 1/3 of the way in.
- Brush or rub the same shimmery champagne eyeshadow on the inner third of your eye to finish the look.
- Be sure to use concealer on any undereye circles and fill in your eyebrows! Finish your makeup with peach blush, bronzer, dewy foundation, and peach, berry, or brown lipstick.
- This look would be perfect with a loose braid or half-up, half-down style – just be sure to leave some loose strands to frame the face.
What did you think of this post? Do you like green eyeshadow? Let me know in the comments!