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Eye Makeup For Green Eyes

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Eye Makeup For Green Eyes April 12, 2018

If you’re a green-eyed gal, you have a good reason to be happy about it. It’s such an enchanting color and also incredibly uncommon. Did you know that only a mere 2% of the world’s population has green colored eyes according to estimates? If you’re looking for ways to make your green eyes stand out even more than they already do (especially for those special occasions and events), I’ve got a bunch of tips, tricks, and tutorials to enhance them further and make them pop using different eyeshadow colors and techniques. Want to know more? Read on to find out all you need to know about makeup for green eyes.

Makeup For Green Eyes – 5 Best Colors

How to choose an eyeshadow shade? Well, simply choose shades that will complement your natural eye color. These five colors are your best bet for those gorgeous green eyes.

1. Gold

A gold eyeshadow, be it a bronzy gold, a champagne gold, or a rose gold will complement your green eyes perfectly. Whether you’re heading out for a fancy dinner or a party, adding some gold to your eyes is a terrific idea. You can never go wrong with gold. More on that in the next bit.

2. Wine Or Burgundy

Have you seen Gigi Hadid slaying it with this look? Well, she’s got blue-green eyes, and she often wears burgundy colored eyeshadow, which looks stunning. Wine-y shades are all the rage, no matter what season. It adds a wash of color on your lids and can look so chic!

3. Shimmering Taupe

Taupe eyeshadow can highlight the yellow and gold in your green eyes. It’s a pretty simple and neutral shade, but when used with some skill, this will give you a sensational final result.

4. Purple

Purple goes so well with every eye color. Use shades of purple like aubergine or violet to make the green in your eyes pop. It’s also a great daytime shade, and you can take it up a notch if you plan on wearing it after sundown.

5. Smokey Grey

The classic grey eyeshadow can be used to create a hot smokey eye if you combine it with some deep black eyeliner.

Let’s move on to some of the hottest eye makeup tutorials for them peepers.

Top 10 Eye Makeup Ideas For Green Eyes

1. The Classy Bronze-Gold Smoky Cat Eye

Makeup For Green Eyes - The Classy Bronze-Gold Smoky Cat Eye Pinit

Source: indulgy.com

What You Need
  1. Nude eyeshadow
  2. Black eyeliner pencil (a creamy, waterproof one is preferable)
  3. A soft brown/matte bronze eyeshadow
  4. Fluffy brush
  5. Smudge brush
  6. Gold eyeshadow
  7. Black mascara
Step By Step Tutorial
  1. Start by applying a nude eyeshadow for your base and blend it out properly using a fluffy brush.
  2. Line your upper lash line and lower waterline with a black eyeliner pencil.
  3. Use a soft smudging brush to create a sultry effect and apply a soft brown eyeshadow to your lid.
  4. Create a wing using your black liner and buff it out to achieve that smoky effect and get rid of harsh lines.
  5. Curl your lashes and apply a coat of mascara for added drama.
  6. Add some gold eyeshadow to the inner corners of your eyes to make them look more awake.
Suitable For:

This is a perfect evening look when you’re heading out to a party or a special event. Make sure the rest of your makeup is extremely subtle for it to look classy. Remember – a nude lip is a perfect companion to go with your dark smoky eye.

2. The Flirty Warm Copper Eye Look

What You Need
  1. Nude or peachy eyeshadow
  2. Cocoa or warm brown eyeshadow
  3. Warm shimmering copper or a rose gold eyeshadow
  4. Flat, stiff brush
  5. Fluffy brush
  6. Black eyeliner
  7. Mascara
  8. False lashes
Step By Step Tutorial
  1. Apply a nude or a peachy eyeshadow for your base color using a fluffy brush.
  2. Using the same brush, sweep a warm brown or cocoa eyeshadow into the crease and outer V, making sure to buff out any harsh lines.
  3. Pick out your warm shimmering copper eyeshadow and pack it in using a flat, stiff brush.
  4. Line your lower waterline with a black eyeliner pencil and apply your favorite mascara.
  5. To amp up the look, you can add a natural-looking pair of false lashes to complete the look.
Suitable For:

This look is great for daytime and evening wear – whether it’s Sunday brunch or a fancy date. Customize it as per your desires.

3. The Sultry Grey-Green Look

What You Need
  1. Deep smoky grey or green eyeshadow
  2. Black eyeliner
  3. Gold eyeshadow
  4. Smudge brush
  5. Flat, stiff brush
  6. Mascara
Step By Step Tutorial
  1. Pack in a deep smoky grey or a smoky green eyeshadow on your eyelid using a flat, stiff brush.
  2. Blend it outwards to create a smoky effect using a smudge brush.
  3. Line your lower waterline with black eyeliner.
  4. Blend out the line to achieve a soft, sultry effect.
  5. Apply gold eyeshadow to the inner corners of your eyes, your lower waterline, and the center of your eyelid.
  6. Curl your lashes and apply two coats of mascara.
Suitable For

This sexy look can be worn during the day or evenings. It enhances the green in your eyes and adds a very feminine, sultry touch to your face. It’s a big hit among celebrities on the red carpet!

4. The Navy And Purple Matte Smoky Look

Makeup For Green Eyes - The Navy And Purple Matte Smoky Look Pinit

Source: more.com

What You Need
  1. Nude eyeshadow
  2. Soft brown eyeshadow
  3. Smudge brush
  4. Fluffy brush
  5. Black eyeliner
  6. Mascara
Step By Step Tutorial
  1. Start by applying a nude or beige eyeshadow on your eyelid.
  2. Apply a soft brown or peachy eyeshadow to your crease line.
  3. To highlight the inner corners of your eye, apply a light eyeshadow and blend well.
  4. Apply a matte purple eyeshadow on your eyelid as seen in image 4.
  5. Go in with a matte navy blue eyeshadow near your upper and lower lashline.
  6. Curl your lashes and line your waterline with black eyeliner.
  7. Apply eyeliner – create a subtle wing on your upper lash line.
  8. Go in with two coats of mascara to finish the look.
Suitable For:

This look is ideal for evening wear. It adds a whole lot of depth and drama to your green eyes.

5. The Simple Look

What You Need
  1. Peach eyeshadow
  2. White eyeshadow
  3. Flat, stiff brush
  4. Soft brown eyeshadow
  5. Mascara
Step By Step Tutorial
  1. Pack in a peachy eyeshadow on your eyelid using a flat, stiff brush.
  2. Add a white eyeshadow to the area right above your upper lash line and blend well.
  3. For the crease and outer-V, apply a soft brown eyeshadow.
  4. Use this color for your lower lash line as well use a smaller brush.
  5. Curl your lashes and apply two coats of mascara.
Suitable For:

This natural look is perfect for daytime and for all those times you want to keep your eye makeup to a minimal.

6. The Prettiest Copper-Gold Look

What You Need
  1. Beige eyeshadow
  2. Soft brown or matte copper eyeshadow
  3. Eyeshadow brushes
  4. Shimmering copper eyeshadow
  5. Mascara
Step By Step Tutorial
  1. Start by applying a beige or a nude eyeshadow on your eyelid for a good base.
  2. For the crease and outer-V, go in with a soft brown or a matte copper-colored eyeshadow.
  3. Blend it out well to get rid of any harsh lines.
  4. Apply your shimmering copper eyeshadow at the center of your eyelid, the inner corners of your eyes, and your lower lash line.
  5. Curl your lashes and apply two coats of mascara.
Suitable For:

If you simply want to add some glamor to your makeup look, this is something you could do. It’s subtle, yet it’s making a statement by itself. Anything with shimmer looks better in the evenings or nights.

7. A Tale Of Two Colors

What You Need
  1. Nude eyeshadow
  2. Red, burgundy or wine eyeshadow
  3. Turquoise eyeshadow
  4. Falsies
  5. Mascara
Step By Step Tutorial
  1. Apply a nude or beige eyeshadow all over your upper eyelid.
  2. For your crease line and outer-V, use a red or wine colored eyeshadow and create a nice wing with the shade.
  3. Apply a turquoise eyeshadow to your lower lash line.
  4. Highlight the inner corners of your eyes with a light eyeshadow.
  5. Line your eyes with a charcoal or black eyeliner.
  6. Add false lashes for a more dramatic effect.
  7. Apply mascara on your lower lashes.
Suitable For:

This dramatic look is perfect for evening wear. The eyeshadow colors are complementing the green in the eyes so well.

8. The Festive Plum Look

Makeup For Green Eyes - The Festive Plum Look Pinit

Source: ariz.us

What You Need
  1. Nude eyeshadow
  2. Deep matte plum shadow
  3. Eyeshadow brushes
  4. Shimmering plum eyeshadow
  5. Falsies
  6. Black eyeliner
  7. Mascara
Step By Step Tutorial
  1. Start by applying a nude eyeshadow all over your eyelid to create an even base.
  2. For your crease and outer-V, apply a deep matte plum eyeshadow and create a smoky effect using your eyeshadow brush.
  3. Apply a shimmering plum eyeshadow at the center of your eyelids and create a rich, diffused color.
  4. Line your lower lashes with the same shade.
  5. Apply a lighter eyeshadow to the inner corners of your eyes to highlight the area.
  6. Line your eyes with a black or charcoal eyeliner.
  7. Add a pair of natural-looking falsies.
  8. Curl your lower lashes.
Suitable For:

Whether it’s an NYE party or you’re heading to the club over the weekend, this look will do justice when worn during the evening. Keep the rest of your makeup to a minimal.

9. The Brunch Look

What You Need
  1. Nude eyeshadow
  2. Peach eyeshadow
  3. Pink-red eyeshadow
  4. Eyeshadow brushes
  5. Brown eyeliner
  6. Mascara
Step By Step Tutorial
  1. Apply a base eyeshadow.
  2. For your crease and outer-V, choose a shade that’s slightly warm and peachy.
  3. Apply a pink-red, shimmery eyeshadow to the center of your eyelid.
  4. Use a small eyeshadow brush to pack the color onto your lower lash line.
  5. Highlight the inner corners of your eyes with a white eyeshadow and blend it out properly.
  6. Line your eyes with a soft brown eyeliner.
  7. Curl your lashes and apply mascara.
Suitable For

This look makes for a great Sunday brunch look! You can wear it anytime during the day and look super chic and elegant. Pair it with nude lip color and minimal face makeup!

10. The Taupe And Glitter Cut-Crease Look

What You Need
  1. Nude eyeshadow
  2. Taupe eyeshadow
  3. Eyeshadow brushes
  4. False lashes
  5. Glitter
Step By Step Tutorial
  1. Apply a beige or a nude eyeshadow for an even base.
  2. For your crease and outer-V, pick a taupe eyeshadow and apply it using a flat brush.
  3. Blend it out well to avoid any harsh lines.
  4. Highlight the inner corners of your eyes with a lighter eyeshadow.
  5. Apply the taupe eyeshadow using a small flat eyeshadow brush to your lower lash line.
  6. Add a pair of false lashes.
  7. Apply mascara.
  8. Apply a bit of glitter to your upper lash line towards the inner corners of your eyes.
Suitable For

A fan of glitter and shimmer? This Katy Perry inspired eye makeup look is great for evening wear. Nude lipstick or a gloss would go well with this look.

Makeup For Green Eyes – Tips

Now that we’ve covered the best makeup colors for green eyes and a whole bunch of tutorials, here are a few makeup tips for your green eyes:

  1. No matter what the color of your eyes is, an eye primer is essential to keep your eyeshadow in place for longer and also to prevent fallout.
  2. Wear neutral browns for a subtle daytime look.
  3. If you want to bring out the green in your eyes – try purples, pinks, and reds.
  4. It’s best to avoid eyeshadow with blue undertones as it will only make your eyes appear dull.
  5. Opt for a slate grey or a brown eyeliner instead of black for daily wear.
  6. Wearing a peach-colored blush will complement your eyes well. However, if you have cool-toned skin, try a blush with a pinkish tint (coordinate it according to the rest of your makeup.)

Remember – it’s best to choose shades that won’t compete with the green in your eyes. Those were some of the most popular looks when it comes to makeup for green eyes, with a whole set of ideas to help you revamp your eye makeup routine. Now it’s time for you to try some of these looks out. Do you have any go-to makeup tricks and tips for your green eyes? If you do, let me know in the comments section below.

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