Light and Dark Green Eyeshadow Tutorial

Light and Dark Green Eyeshadow Tutorial

Right now I am obsessed with the green color. I am overwhelmed by the response of the Lush eye shadow and so I thought of doing a tutorial with the same. Let us move on with the tutorial…

Light&Dark Green EyeShadow Tutorial

1. These are the products I have used for the tutorial
• Lakme rose loose powder
• Tanjore Rush eye shadow quartet from Lakme
• Lakme Absolute Kohl
• Chambor Radiant Touch concealer
• Lakme Absolute Shine Line liner in black
• Lush Intuitive eyeshadow
• Revlon Naturally Glamorous palette
• Streetwear Transparent mascara(forgot to click picture, sorry!)

Light and Dark Green Eye Shadow Tutorial products used

2. Start off with moisturized eyes.
Light and Dark Green Eye Shadow Tutorial
3. Apply concealer up to the brow bone.
Light and Dark Green Eye Shadow Tutorial (2)
4. Blend well and apply loose powder to set the canvas ready.
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5. Dot dot on the inner corner of the eye with light green shade, I have used my creamy Lush green eye shadow .
Light and Dark Green Eye Shadow Tutorial (4)
6. Blend with your little finger.
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7. Then take a shimmery dark green eye-shadow(I have used my Tanjore Rush quartet from Lakme) and apply on the outer half.
Light and Dark Green Eye Shadow Tutorial (6)
8. Use a highlighter on the inner arch of the brow bone, my favorite highlighter is the lightest shade from the Naturally Glamorous palette.
Light and Dark Green Eye Shadow Tutorial (7)
9. Blend well, you can pull the dark shade through the crease but I have not done so because I wanted to keep the light green shade alive.
Light and Dark Green Eye Shadow Tutorial (8)
10. Apply kohl on waterline and tightline.
Light and Dark Green Eye Shadow Tutorial (9)
11. Apply matte black liner on the lid.
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12. I have gone a step further by applying a little bit of dark green on the lower lash line in outer half and light green in the inner half.
Light&Dark Green EyeShadow Tutorial

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13. Apply mascara and you are done….yay!

Super excited as always….do let me know how you like it….

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Take care beauties and stay tuned till I come back with a request tutorial!

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28 thoughts on “Light and Dark Green Eyeshadow Tutorial

  1. This is so gorgeous Rashmita. loved that combination of the greens. Wasnt aware that Lush made makeup too.

    Gotta take many many printouts and try a few of these sometime.

    1. do try Aruna….am glad you liked it…also Lush has come up with color cosmetics, all handmade stuff, pretty expensive but once in a while chalta hai, haina?

  2. again so much of finesse and elegance
    i had left a long comment here sayin u make me wann go and apply some makeup!
    i am lookin for it 😛

    1. hehe….i am so honored when you say this cos many a times i see someone with good make up i feel like applying some…so thats a huge compliment for me 🙂

  3. standing ovation……superb superb superb…..really cute, nice….oh..i dont have words..i just loved the way you kept it simple….some more of these simply simply tutorials pleaseeeeeeeeeeee

    1. Whoa!!! i donno what to say! shud i say thank you? that would be too simple, i want to say a huge thanks for the comment…will def show few more very simple wearable tutorials! 🙂

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