St. Patrick’s Day Makeup is Quick and Easy!
We’ve created a super easy and festive green-and-gold eye look just in time for St. Patrick’s Day. Enjoy yourself, and may you be blessed with Irish luck!
Prime Your Eyes
This crucial St. Patrick’s Day make-up step is essential. Priming your eyes makes the colors of this look pop. Jane Iredale’s Soft Affair For Eyes shade Naked keeps color in place and adds a subtle shimmer to give depth. Mandi applied it with the Camouflage Brush by JanIredalele.
Pot O’ Gold
Use a smear of mossy green at the outer corners to keep the look simple. Use the Jane Iredale Mini Shader Brush and sweep Glo Minerals Eye Shadow across the lid. Blend at the edges to avoid harsh lines. Then, using the Jane Iredale Small Fluff Brush, apply Forest PurePressed Eye Shadow to the outer corners of your lids. Then, using the same blush, blend the green with the gold. To add definition, dust Forest lightly along the lower lash line.
Add more green
You only need a pop of emerald to complete the look. Use blue Eyeliner pencil Emerald Green to line the upper lash line. You can create a wing with this product if desired. The pencil can be used to brighten your lower lashline if desired. You can finish your look with two coats of your favorite mascara, both on top and bottom lashes.
We recommend pairing the natural look of peach with this cheek color. Try Cream Blush – glo minerals. In Fig. Lips, you can do anything. Mandi goes bold in glo minerals Suede Matte Crayon Bombshell. Try a neutral color like the Glo Minerals Suede Matte Crayon Trademark.