Green eyes may be rare, but we definitely received a lot of requests for this tutorial. In this eye makeup tutorial for green eyes, Make-Up Designory's Reiva Cruze shows you how to make green eyes pop.
First Reiva preps the eyelid with the Vintage Eye Pencil (http://shop.mudshop.com/vintage-eye-pencil ) and the #810 Blending Brush (http://shop.mudshop.com/810-smudger-natural-blend-brush ) to create a base shadow.Purple is a nice compliment to green eyes.
Next Reiva applies Vineyard Eye Color (http://shop.mudshop.com/vineyard ) on top of the base as she continues to build layers of warm colors from the red family. Keep to the outer corner and use a stippling motion to apply the eye color., softening and diffusing as you go.
The next warm color is Galaxy (http://shop.mudshop.com/galaxy ) witch Reiva applies with her #800 Crease Brush (http://shop.mudshop.com/crease-brush ) on top of Vineyard working up the upper lid from the lash line.
To create a delicate highlight, Reiva has selected Cashmere (http://shop.mudshop.com/cashmere ) which she carefully applies using the #320 brush (http://shop.mudshop.com/320-shadow-brush ) on innermost part of the upper eyelid.
For the lower eyelid, grab the Vintage Eye Pencil again along with a #210 Angle Brush (http://shop.mudshop.com/210-angle-liner-brush ). Again, you are going to load the brush with color from the pencil instead of applying directly with the pencil. The #210 angle brush allows complete control as you build a drop shadow along the lower lash line, working from outer corner to inner corner.
Complete the look with Make-Up Designory's Volumizing Mascara. (http://shop.mudshop.com/volumizing-mascara ) which can be used with the wand right out of the tube for personal use, or applied with the #500 Fan Brush (http://shop.mudshop.com/500-mascara-synthetic-brush ) in professional applications.