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Green is a very close color to brown. Which means, it can be worn on any occasion. From daily to special day. The trick is, you should smartly combine this lovely green palette with correct blush and lip color.

Let’s get started with the look.

Look 1.
Chill Day Look

chill day out

This look is very suitable for daily. If you want a fresh, new, but ‘normal’, this look can be tried. Just wear a light olive green in all over your eyelid. And then, give a touch of copper or light gold into the grease. Use a gold shadow powder instead of black as a liner. Voila, you’re ready with the super light and fresh look.

For the cheek, just use a bronzer and highlighter to brighten up your face. And for your lips, just use a nude lipstick with a satin or matte finish.

Look 2
Fun Holiday Look

Fun Holiday Look

If you are the dare-with-color person, this look is absolute match for you. First, apply olive green shadow on your lid. Then, apply light gold copper above the lid. smudge the line between, until their gradient appear smoothly. after that, apply bright green onto outer corner of your lid, above and under. Then, apply a black liquid liner and make a winged liner. Done for your eyes, Belle.

For cheek and lips, you can choose either orange or pink, depend on your skin tone or your preference. But, wear the exactly same color tone for both cheek and lips. Finished it with the glossy effect.

Look 3
Glam Smokey Look

glam glowy green

Yess, green smokey eyes color can be a prefect fabulous and glam for your very special occasion. You can wear it to the any party and will be a center of attention.

Simply apply an olive green shade to all over your lid. Then, give a dark brown above the lid. Apply black liner. Wear an outstanding mascara and falshies if needed. Don’t forget to apply mascara on the lower lash. Wear a peachy rosy lipstick satin to balance  your look. Apply a bronzer under your cheek and light red blush for your apple cheeks. Perfect.

Hope you enjoy the look. And hope it’s inspired.

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