I'm back with another tutorial. Today I'll be creating a look for St. Patty's Day. The typical route is to go for greens like MAC Humid and Wondergrass...but I wanted to do something a little different. Instead, I went for a more teal/turquoise green since those colors are just gorgeous but still fall into the green family. I've gotten a couple of requests to do more dramatic, colorful looks. Here's one for you! It's super dramatic so you can always tone it done to make it more wearable.
To make it easier for you all to duplicate, I used the 120 e/s palette...or you can use your 88 palette.
To see my tutorial and more, click here!
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The final look!
Here's What I Used:
-MAC Prep & Prime
-MAC Studio Mist Foundation in Med Dark
-MAC Select Sheer Pressed Powder NC40
-MAC MSF Natural med dark
-Graftobian Medium Cocoa eyeshadow as contour
-Graftobian Warm Creme Eyeshadow as highlight
-Ben Nye Neutralizer Crayon
-MAC Summer Rose Beauty Powder
-MAC Lingering brow pencil and Cork Eyeshadow on the brows
-Pur Minerals Eyeshadow Primer
-NYX Jumbo Pencil in milk
-Shadows from the 120 Eyeshadow palette
-NYX Glitter liner in Jade
-MAC Smolder eye kohl
-Ardell Lashes - Wispies
-MAC Angel lipstick
You can find the 120 eyeshadow palette at http://www.sedonalace.com
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FTC Disclosure: I received the eyeshadow palette from the company which was previously reviewed. I am not paid or affiliated with the company.
Atlanta Makeup Artist