Easy, sophisticated fall Eye makeup With green Lids and liner
Gotta wear green!
Is green eye makeup a lot more of a fall or a spring look for you? ASKING FOR A FRIEND.
I think if you’ve got a dark green up in the mix, like a jewel-toned green or an emerald green, then yeah, whatever’s happening on your lids is absolutely a fall look, especially if you add a matte nude or matte brown lippie to the mix.
That’s what I did the other day. I wore this green lid-and-liner combo using a shimmery light medium green shadow on my lids and a dark green opalescent pencil liner (with a touch of a darker grayish green on the outer corner) to get groceries and pick up Coywolf from preschool, and I got the nicest compliments from her teachers.
This little one isn’t so little anymore!
I think the matte browns in the crease and the beige base help to keep the greens wearable for daytime because the neutrals ground the brighter lid and lash line.
Of course, this same placement would also work with other jewel-toned shades, and hmm… now that I think about it, I may have to try sapphire liner and lids next!
Kočky a make-up mikina?
What went where
For the eye makeup I used…
Béžová matná Stínová základna: NARS tónovaná šmouha důkaz oční stíny základny ve světle
Beige shadow: MAC Mylar
Světlý teplý matný hnědý stín: Mac měkký hnědý
Mid-toned warm matte brown shadow: MAC Saddle
Dark mate brown shadow: MAC Brun
Dark green pencil: urban Decay Loaded
Light green eyeshadow: urban Decay Mildew
Dark grayish green shadow: MAC Club
Bronze pencil: MAC Teddy
I’m wearing MAC date maker Powder Kiss liquid Lipcolour with MAC spice Lip Liner.
Brows are urban Decay Brow Beater in Neutral Brown, and lashes are Laura Mercier Caviar Mascara. Cheeks: MAC Mineralize Skinfinish natural in give Me sun and NARS blush in Lovejoy.
For base, I’m wearing a 50/50 mix of It Cosmetics Your Skin but better foundation in Tan warm 41 and Tan warm 42.5; under my eyes, I’m wearing a touch of Neutrogena Radiant cream Concealer.
Here’s another closeup!
A few a lot more quick winged tips, in case you decide to try this look!
1. Do your winged liner first.
This allows you to reference the end point of your wing and a lot more easily figure out how far out and up you can take your eyeshadow.
2. Sharpen that pencil tip.
The pointier and sharper the idea of your pencil, the much easier it will be to control the weight of your lines.
3. If you have hooded lids like I do, select a thinner line.
The thicker the liner on your upper lash line, the a lot more hooded your lids may appear. I suggest using the thinnest line you can.
Blast from the past
Goodness gracious, time flies. I found Connor’s first-day-of-school pics from the last couple years, and just look at how tiny her curly pigtails were.
They say childhood passes in a flash, and they are not kidding!
Two years ago, with chonky baby cheeks (I miss THOSE CHEEEEEEEKS)
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