Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Dark Green Smokey Look!

So today I decided that I would just randomly reach into my Maybelline Color Tattoo stash and pick out one then base a makeup look off of it. The color I chose was Mossy Green so naturally I decided to go with a dark green smokey kind of look which worked perfectly since I was wearing a dark green shirt. If you haven't read my review of the Maybelline Color Tattoo Limited Edition Fall Collection which Mossy Green was a part of then click here! Read below for a how-to post to recreate your own deep green sultry eye and to view the products that I used!

Products Used:
-Revlon Color Stay Whipped Foundation in Nude
-NYC Smooth Skin Loose Face Powder in Naturally Beige
-Physicians Formula Cashmere Wear Blush in Rosy
-Revlon Age Defying Concealer in Light
-Too Faced Shadow Insurance
-Maybelline Color Tattoo in Mossy Green and Bold Gold
-Almay Intense I-Color Liquid Eyeliner
-NYX Crimson Amulet Palette
-LA Color Eyeliner in Gold
How To:
1)Apply eye primer all the way from your lashes to your brow bone and to your lower lash line. 2)Apply Maybelline Color Tattoo in Mossy Green to your lid and a little bit above the cream. Blend well. Then take your Maybelline Color Tattoo in Bold Gold and apply in above the crease where the green ended and use it to blend the green outward. Also apply bold gold to your lower lash line. 3)With a flat shadow brush apply #1 to your lid or any dark green eyeshadow. Only apply it to the moving part of your lid and no higher.4) Take #2 or any matte medium brown and using a crease brush apply it to the crease of your eye in order to blend out the green color and fade the harsh line. 4)Take #3 or any shimmery butter cream color you own and apply it to the inner corners of the eye and the bottom inner third on your lower lash line. Also apply this color to the brow bone. 5) Apply a black eyeliner to your upper lash line and mascara to your lashes. 6) Take #1 shade and apply it to the outer half of your lower lash line. Use a q-tip or smudge brush to smudge it out a bit and give it that "smokey" look!
Thank  you for reading loves and I hope you try this look out.

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