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FOTD/EOTD CREATIONS: Dramatic Greens



So it was raining hard one time and I had to allow it to stop before going out. Otherwise, I would have drenched myself; to kill time, I whipped up a green eye makeup tutorial and I'm sharing it with everyone today; I called it Dramatic Greens because I put falsies on; I've always equated false eyelashes with dramatic makeup so there goes my reason. Lelz.

 Anyway, here are the products I used:


EYES:

MAC Prep + Prime Eye Primer
Smashbox Photo Op Luxe Palette 
Poise Makeup Mineral Eye Shadow (Luv)
Make Up For Ever Aqua Matic Eye Shadow (ME-32)
ProStudio False Eyelashes Set
Malissa Kiss Super Black HD Eye Liner
Maybelline Lash Sensational Mascara (Black)
Benefit Goof Proof Eye Brow Pencil (4)
Pink Sugar Honey I'm Good Brow Mascara (Blonde)

 Top, left to right: 1 and 2
Bottom, left to right: 3 and 4

STEP 1: Take a matte muted pink eye shadow and apply all over the lid
STEP 2: Take a hazelnut brown eye shadow and light trace your above crease to the outer crease; blend sharp edges
STEP 3: Take a dark green/olive green eye shadow and apply on the outer crease.
STEP 4: Take a lighter green eye shadow in a frost finish and apply on the center of the above crease; I particularly chose a cream shadow because I wanted the green hue to pop. If you are going to imitate this technique, be sure to blend the cream eye shadow quickly and apply gradually.

STEP 5: Apply eye liner, mascara, and your favorite pair of falsies. I also applied more of Poise Makeup Mineral Eye Shadow in Love on top of the crease color for a pinkish haloeffect. Hmmm...didn't know that dark green and baby pink can look pretty good together.

Here are the rest of the products that I used in this tutorial:

FACE:

Kryolan Anti-Shine Powder

LIPS:


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11 Lovely Thoughts

  1. im sporting no makeup makeup today! :) because im so tamad! hahaha


    ig, twitter: annipagkatips

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  2. Thank you for posting this one Ms.Martha. Sobrang big help lalo na yung step by step na pagaapply ng eye shadow.
    I really envy ladies who can create a dramatic look or lalong gumaganda because of the eye-shadow.
    Kapag kase ako ang naglagay parang akong nagsuntok,parang may black eye.
    Sobrang helpful nito sa akin.
    Thank you Ms.Martha!

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  3. Gorgeous! Glad to see you all dolled up.
    As for me, I'm just sporting matte, natural no makeup look. The sweltering heat is so unforgiving haha!

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  4. Waaaaa! I really need to watch your youtube account. Hihihihi. I don't know how to blend the eye shadow. Waaaaaa. I need to know how.

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  5. Thanks for this tutorial Ms. Martha.

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  6. Glad that vampy vixen is not patchy on you.

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  7. I love your makeup in this tutorial. It's glamorous!

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  8. This look is superb! I generally don't like wearing non-neutral eyeshadow shades because they can be hits or misses. I remember someone who sported a green eye make up look during our JS Prom way back when, and she ended up looking like a Ninja Turtle! :( It totally ruined her look :( Which is why this tutorial is really helpful! It's a great transition look from beginner to bolder! :) It's still somehow neutral but it's daring in a sense. Will definitely try this because the first ever palette I got has an olive green shade too! :) Thanks for this <3

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  9. I'm sporting no make up look today!! lipbalm and powder only still have chapped lips :(

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  10. If you think about it red and pink are in the same side of the color wheel and red and green are complimentary colors, I think that could be the reason why they go so well together. I think green eyeshadow also makes brown eyes "pop"! :)

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