Smokey Green Eyes| Una

Hey friends! Hope you are well, today I will be showing you a green eye look with flecks of gold. It is a really wearable look if you switch up the lip colour for a nude or softer red. Also, don’t forget to check out Freddie’s post for a more intense green eye look!

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IMG_20160811_123944I began by applying BareMineral’s Prime Time, foundation and concealer to create that flawless look. Firstly I used Milk Chocolate from the Too Faced Chocolate Bar palette in my crease as a transition colour. After, I ran Sephora’s Jumbo Waterproof Crayon in the colour 09 all over my lid and then blended it in with the milk chocolate transition colour. I recommend using a brush with synthetic hairs which are tightly packed together. Basically, use the opposite type of brush to any traditional blending blush because the formula of the crayon sets really quickly so it is quite difficult to blend with a soft brush. To make it a little easier to blend, I layered the colour Guilded Ganache from the same palette which is a similar gold/green colour. To finish off I placed a little Mary-Lou manizer highlighter from The Balm in the inner corner.

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IMG_20160811_132206I kept the rest of the face quite natural (bar the lips) adding a little bit more highlighter on the brow and cheek bones. For the lips I used Sephora’s Rouge longue tenue in Number 23 for a further pop of colour.

I hope you enjoyed this look! Don’t forget to leave in the comments your favourite green products. Til’ next time, bye! Una X

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