Dark green shadow is one of my favorite colors to use on every eye color. Now when I say green, I'm talking more on the olive-y brown side- NOT a shamrock luck-o-the Irish green!
I figured I would show you my easy, "go green" look and the products it took to create it. It was super simple but produced fabulous results. No boring neutrals here! Here are the four things you need to get this smokey green look in order of importance:
1. Too Faced Shadow Insurance ($17). Don't do your eye makeup without it. This lid primer goes all over your lid.
2. Matte ivory or any neutral eyelid colored eyeshadow. I used a matte ivory by Lancome in Daylight ($17) from the top of the crease to the brow bone.
3. Rimmel London's Spark It Up ($5) eyeliner in color Peridot. This soft liner has bits of gleaming shimmer in the most perfect subtle color dark green. Line the upper and lower lash line with this color, even the inside lower rim. (This is the dark green line on the left hand side of my arm)
4. MAC eyeshadow in color "Club." ($14.50)(This is the swipe of color on the right side of the liner) Take this dark greenish, red-brownish, graphite like color and sweep if from liner to crease then smoke out the lower lash line as well, going over all the eyeliner to blur it.
Voila! You've gone green, it was really easy, and you actually made the world a more beautiful place to live and look at.