The emerald green and other hues are here to stay. Notes how to wear them as a whole glamourette!
We know that in a matter of makeup there is nothing like going to the safe and go for neutral tones. Although in a predicament this is the best solution, venturing a touch of color can transform completely. The emerald, with other shades of green, is one of the bets more elegant, powerful and chic this season and bring in makeup is a possibility but irresistible.
Do not be afraid to add color to your look and let your eyes be the one to take all the attention with a tone as luxurious as this.
Whether outlined, drop shadows or small pigments in gradient, we take you step by step through this makeup so you know how to use it in the most chic. Are you ready?
Green delineated seen on the runways of Kenzo, Michael Kors and Stella McCartney, Spring 2013.
Before venturing out for the wonderful way the green shadows starts with the basics. There is no better tool for a subtle and colorful makeup eyeliner in shades mutlicolor so decantate one in bright green and give a new look to your eyes.
How to use:
- Make the most out of playing with color and light spots in your eyes: the tear and the outer corner of the eyelid are the best places to paint.
- Noted the amazing look that suggested Kenzo and outlines your eye all around except the bottom center of the eye. Ultra cool!
- Get creative and experiment with graphic outlined above the eyelid like Michael Kors.
- Use a strong green or preferably dark in delineating the interior of the eye as Stella McCartney. Avoid at all costs as yellowish tone to come might not look so flattering.
Give the green touch to the classic smoky eye as Marc by Marc Jacobs and Versace Atelier.
If you prefer to leave the green as a complement rather than as the main element of your makeup, then a dark green shade is the perfect investment. As proposed by Marc by Marc Jacobs in his spring catwalk, add small amounts of color makeup once you have one dark smoky eye.
How to use:
- The dark green shadows are the best allies of the smoky eye if you are finished bright or small highlights so you can stand out.
- Accompany the dark smoky eye with a little shade in this shade of green as outlined blurred under the eye.
- When it comes to giving birth to the look, tone decantate lime green for the lacrimal points.
Make the most of all the green palette as did Peter Som, Derek Lam and Dior.
He who dares, wins and makeup equals. In the spring runways, the exaggerated patches of green and combinations were unusual cooling trend, which although not for any occasion, can be your best look for a night out.
How to use:
- Bet on the pastel tones and combines different shaded green as applying from the eyelid to the brow bone as Peter Som showed
- Give your look a touch of nature with a pearly white around the eye and subtle. The icing on the cake will be one white outlined at the bottom of the eye, as shown by Derek Lam.
- While the traditional way to apply the shadow is curved so in the same way the eyelid, not afraid to break the rules. Dior made it clear that the rectangular blocks can be just as trendy.