Opulent and beautiful, emerald green is the color of prosperity and luxury. Emerald green has been one of the most sought-after colors in the fashion and beauty industry since 2013, and we can never get enough of it. And when it comes to makeup, emerald green suits every skin tone, even exceptionally pale and yellowish complexions. It doesn’t matter if you have green, blue or brown eyes, the combination with brown green eyeshadow is the best choice for an evening makeup. We shall show you a green smokey eye look that’s perfect for a party night or any other special occasion! The look is completed with a nude lipstick that does not distract the attention from the shimmering eye makeup.
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Green smokey eye tutorial – makeup products and tools:
Sheer Setting Powder
Matte Ocher Eyeshadow
Matte Taupe Eyeshadow
Matte Brown Eyeshadow
Green Iridescent Eyeshadow
Dark Green Eyeshadow (shimmer)
Black Eye Pencil
Illuminating Bronzing Powder
Nude Lip Liner
Flat Foundation Brush
Defined Crease Brush
Fluffy Blending Brush
Big Fluffy Brush
Fluffy Angled Brush
Green smokey eye step by step tutorial
Apply concealer on the eyelids and spread with your finger all over the lid and go over with a makeup sponge. Apply sheer setting powder with a flat foundation brush to make the surface smooth and ready for blending.To create the perfect base for a long-lasting eye makeup, apply sheer setting powder with a flat foundation brush to make the surface smooth and ready for blending.
Contour the crease with matte ocher eyeshadow and a defined crease brush. Blend any harsh edges with a fluffy blending brush. Apply matte taupe eyeshadow in the crease and the outer corner using defined crease brush. Smooth the transitions with the blender brush. Use the dark brown eye shadow to accentuate these areas.
Build up using a darker matte brown shade and a defined crease brush. Blend any harsh edges with a fluffy blending brush. Apply matte taupe eyeshadow in the crease and the outer corner using defined crease brush. Build up using a darker matte brown shade and a defined crease brush and blend with fluffy blending brush.
Apply black eyeshadow in the outer corner very close to the lash line. Blend upwards with the defined crease brush. Apply green iridescent eyeshadow with your finger in the inner ⅓ of the lid and also in the area around the tear duct. Pack on dark green eyeshadow in the middle of the eye. Blend the dark green shade into the dark outer corner with the defined crease brush. Use a clean fluffy blending brush to blend the iridescent shade into the dark green one.
Smoke out the lower lash line with the ocher eyeshadow and a smudger brush. With the same brush define the lower outer corner with the taupe eyeshadow. Apply the iridescent eyeshadow in the inner portion of the bottom lash line with a pencil brush. Line the outer part of the upper lash line starting from the center of the lid with black eye liner.
Curl the eyelashes with the eyelash curler and apply mascara.
Apply moisturizer to the entire face and work the pore-filling primer into the skin with circular movements. Dab foundation on the center of the face and distribute it evenly with a makeup sponge. Apply eyebrow gel and go over the eyebrows with the makeup sponge to soak up any excess product.
Contour the cheekbones, the edges of the forehead and the temples with a contour stick.
Apply concealer under the eyes, in the center of the forehead, on the bridge of the nose, on the cupid’s bow and underneath the cheekbones to emphasize the cheekbone contour.
Apply Concealer on the protruding parts of the face (cheekbones, forehead, the bridge of the nose and the bow and forehead center). Blend everything well with the makeup sponge. Apply sheer setting powder to the area under the eyes. Use a big fluffy brush for the rest of the face.
Warm up the face with illuminating bronzing powder and a fluffy angled brush. Gently move the brush under the cheekbones. Use a kabuki brush to apply blush. Apply some highlighter to the cheekbones, the nose and the cupid’s bow with a fan brush.
Line the lips with nude lip liner. Soften the edges of the liner with a lip brush. Fill in the lips with nude lipstick. Apply red lipstick in the center of the lips and blend with your finger.