Monday, May 30, 2011

Tutorial: Bold Green Eyeliner

Here's a fresh, springy makeup tutorial. The pop of green on the lower lashline really adds a punch of colour to this simple look. The great thing about this look is that its SO versatile, you can switch up the colours to whatever you like.

 Step 1: Apply a primer to your eye. Blend it out everywhere, make sure to get under your eye as well. Primers are great for the Summer, they make sure your makeup doesn't melt away- like your ice cream. :)

Step 2: Apply Estee Lauder's eyeshadow in Tea Biscuit all over your eyelid, your crease, and even your browbone. Blend out the edges with a fluffy blending brush.

Don't have TEA BISCUIT? Try.. MAC's Phloof, and even some colours on the 88 palette.

Step 3: Lightly apply MAC's Sun Blonde eyeshadow just above your crease, and outter corner. Blend it outwards with a fluffy blending brush.

Don't have SUN BLONDE? Try.. Nars Mangrove, MAC's Jasmine, MAC's Going Bananas

Step 4: Lightly trace your lower lashline with GOSH Cosmetic's Green Grass eyeliner kohl.

Step 5: Re-apply Green Grass in a thicker line, following the shape of your eye. Clean up any bumpy lines.

Step 6: Using a small, flat eyeshadow brush, apply MAC's Sassy Grass eyeshadow on top of Green Grass. Blend it out with a fluffy blending brush.

Don't have SASSY GRASS? Try.. NYX Cosmetic's Lake Algae, & the bright green shade on the 88 Palette.

Step 7: Apply Smashbox's eyelash primer to both your top and bottom lashes. This step isn't mandatory!

Step 8: Apply Yves Rocher Luminelle Ultra Volume mascara to your eyelashes.

Step 9: Apply some false eyelashes for extra boldness.


  1. I think I definitely want to do a look using bold drop shadow sometime this week. The green combo looks very nice!

  2. This looks really nice! I love bottom lash eyeshadow, so different and cute! Your eyelashes look awesome btw, very natural looking x

    Thanks for the comment btw :D x