Olive green Arabic Style Makeup:-
Hi beauties!! For todayâ€™s tutorial I wanted to try out something with a green shadeâ€”something like olive or lime green. So I picked up Miss Claire Professional Eyeshadow Palette 07 , it has 5 beautiful shades of greenâ€™s varying from lime green to dark forest green. As a result I came out with the following :-
Working with the eyeshadows was fine, but doing this kind of eyeliner is a bit tricky. So letâ€™s start doing this look Â 🙂
Step1:– Apply green eyeshadow:-
The eyeshadow I chose for the base was a slight gold-lime-green, i.e a lime green with gold finish. Apply the eyeshadow using a big fluffy eyeshadow brush and starting from the inner corner extend it upto your brow bone, this is because the same shadow has been used as a highlighter in one go. You might of course want to highlight it later. Then I used a light green color and placed it in the centre of the eyelid , like this :-
Step2:– Apply dark green eyeshadow:-
Now using an angular brush dab on some forest green colored eyeshadow along your lash line, starting from the Â¾ of your eye and lengthening it slight out. Without blending the dark green, take some black/charcoal eyeshadow on a crease brush or a pencil brush, start blending the dark green and bringing it inwards. Using a crease brush really helps with the blending , like this :-
I didnâ€™t highlighted the brow bone now, because I already had put the eyeshadow in step 1. But if you eliminated it that time, you may want to highlight your brow bone using a gold highlighter, or if you want a matte effect then skip it by running around with a nude toned eyeshadow ( in this case your compact powder is most acceptable ).
Step3:- Apply liner & Mascara:-
The key to this look is the way the liner has been applied. First of all if you notice, the liner is extended inwards slightly below the tear duct. Now to do this you may line your eyes normally you do while making that winged eyeliner, and for the tricky part you may use a felt tip liner pen such as Colorbar Perfect Edge Marker Pen. Use this pen, connect with the eyeliner that you applied, bringing the marker pen down & crossing your tear duct area (something much more like a slant line), with this youâ€™d be having an incomplete V. Now complete the V by drawing a line on your lower lash line and making it join the wing part of eyeliner on the outer side of your eye.Â ( Hope this all makes sense 😛 ) Fill in your waterline with a kohl pencil and apply thick coats of mascara to complete this look.
The major point of attraction for this look is the style of applying eyeliner, this kind of eye lining style is chiefly used in Arabic makeup, or you might be knowing it as Cat-eyed eyeliner. Therefore the eyeshadows used were very subtle so that they donâ€™t look over as compared to the eyeliner. But if you find that this style of applying liner is not made for you, then also this look is striking because combination of the gold-and-green work immensely.
This is the final look with falsies Â :
Hope you all are enjoying the tutorials Â 🙂 Â Godbless !! <3
Products used :-
- Maybelline EyeStudio Lasting drama Gel eyelinerÂ in blackest black
- Miss Claire professional eyeshadow palette 07
- Chambor Loose Kohl Powder in Black
- Maybelline Colossal Volumâ€™ Express Mascara
- False eyelashes.
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