Posts Tagged Looks: Green

  • Bright Green and Yellow Look - May 31st, 2011
  • Try this fun, bright look on a sunny day out to the beach or a picnic in the park. There are bright pops of yellow and green on the inner and outer part of the lid. I used a paler green color on the center lid as a transition between the two vibrant colors. I also applied eye pencils in a darker green and a gold along the lower lash line to complete the look.


  • Purple and Green Look - May 23rd, 2011
  • This look features one of my favorite green eye shadows from Inglot Cosmetics. I also used other Inglot colors — two shades of purple on the outer V and crease and a light pink color for highlight. For fun, I created a subtle double-winged line for my eyeliner and flicked a lime green gel liner that’s similar in color to the green eye shadow between the two wings.


  • Green Smokey Eye Look - May 16th, 2011
  • If you love green eye shadow, try this green smokey eye! Apply the darkest green color from your upper lash line up to just past your crease. I like to blend a lighter green color along the entire crease to create a smooth transition between the highlight color and the darkest green. Check out my Purple and Black Smokey Eye and Classic Black Smokey Eye looks too! :)


  • Subtle Blue and Green Look - May 2nd, 2011
  • This makeup look combines both blue and green in a subtle way so that it’s not too overpowering yet can still make a bold statement. A few years ago, I didn’t wear much blue or green eye shadow, but now I love incorporating them in my makeup! I found it helpful to start with adding a little blue or green somewhere in your makeup look before you start using more of them. This subtle blue and green look is a good transition to using more of these bright colors (and it’s nice for daytime, too!). :)


  • Green and Coral Look - April 25th, 2011
  • This makeup look matches the coral dress and green scarf I wrote about in my latest Fashion Friday post. Since coral was the dominant color of my outfit, I decided to use mostly green eye shadows (as well as an olive green pencil on my lower waterline). I added just a touch of coral on the outer lid to subtly tie in the color.