FOTD & Tutorial: Gilded Green Pigment

I have acquired so many eye products lately so I will be doing many FOTD’s because some are just really pretty colors! Here is one I did using the “Gilded Green” pigment from the Colour Forms Collection (MAC). At first I got “Tea Time”, but after seeing it again in person, I just HAD to get “Gilded Green”! (And because green is one of my favorite colors!)

I also used one of the Lustre Twins, “Ripe & Ready” with its twin, “Soft & Lush”, it’s such a pretty deep coral color.

What I used:
[Face]

– Maybelline Age Rewind Concealer
– MAC StudioFinish Concealer in NC30
– Purely Cosmetics Mineral Foundation in “Olive Beige”

[Cheeks]
– MAC Blush in “Springsheen”
– MAC Blush in “Emote” to contour

[Eyes]
– MAC PP in “Moss Scape”
– MAC Pigment in “Gilded Green” (applied wet on lower half of the lid)
– MAC e/s in “Humid” on outer-v and contour
– MAC “Ricepaper” and “Goldmine” eyeshadow as highlight on brow bone
– MAC Fluidline in “Blacktrack”
– Shiseido Mascara Base
– L’Oreal Telescopic Mascara
– Milani Pencil in “Black” on lower lashline with “golden olive” pigment

[Lips]
– MAC Lustre Twins in “Ripe & Ready” & “Soft & Lush”

Tutorial:

Apply your eyeliner (optional) and mascara:

Then line your lower lashline with a green color and black eyeliner on your waterline and smudge them together:

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