Green is perfect for everyone and I feel is forgotten a little. This perfect green ombre look is so easy and glam.
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First to get this look you want to take a light brown shade and blend this into he crease as a transition. Then with a very light orange shade you want to do the same thing making sure it is blended.
Now with a slightly darker orange shade you want to blend this into the crease and also on the lower lash line. To help keep this looking blended you want to keep each shade a little lower than the land making sure everything blend into each other.
Then with the green shadow you want to start of with a green shadow and apply this on the centre of the lid and then a lighter green on the inner lid and a darker green on the outer lid. On the darker green you want to take a blending brush and blend this out into the crease a little.
To make the eyes pop you want to go in with a very light aqua blue shadow and apply this to the inner corner.
To keep the eyes larger and bright you want to apply a light cream in the waterline.
To finish of the eyes you want to apply mascara to the top and bottom lashes and pop on some false lashes.
For this look you can pair this with a brown nude lip.