Look #1: Green and Gold!
|Colours used for Green and Gold highlighted in green.|
Look #2: Green and More Green!
For this look I did the lighter of the two greens on the inner third of my eye. I carried it under my inner lower lashline as well. I then took the darker green and started at the outer corner/crease and patted it on bringing it to meet the lighter green and blending. I then blended the darker green along my crease and slightly upwards. I used a very very pale green as my highlight. Black eyeliner on both upper and lower lashlines, mascara, and there you have it!
Look #3: Leaping Leprechaun's!
|Colours used for Green and More Green highlighter in green (haha).|
Well, i'm pretty sure this is the winner in my books! I will probably add some green (or gold) glitter to this look for Saturday night! Here's what I did:I took the goldish-green and swept it onto the inner third of my eye. I also swept it on the inner third of my lower lashline. I slighty blended up. I then took dark green, starting where the goldish-green ended and slightly ontop, sweeping to the outer corner and blending up as well as along the crease. I made sure the two 'greens' were blended well. I then took black (which is actually a black with green shimmer in it found in my Avon 8-palette) and in a circular motion using my blending brush swept that into the outer 'V' of my eyes, slightly blending upwards and along the crease. I started adding a little at a time until I got the darkness I wanted. I lined my upper and lower lashlines with black eyeliner. I used my Double Extend and my falsies mascara to get full lashes and then added the gold shimmer from the Double Extend.
|The colours used for Leaping Leprechaun's! higlighted in green.|