Thursday, 15 December 2011

Green & Bronze Look for Christmas/ Holidays - Tutorial

Hello Everyone,

Hope you all are happy & healthy. 

Here is one more look featuring green, bronze/ brown & some gold glitter. I got inspiration for this look from the beautifully decorated Christmas Trees during Christmas. 

Products Used:
  • Eve Pearl Salmon Concealer in Dark
  • MAC Select Cover up concealer in NC43
  • MAC Studio Fix Fluid Foundation in NC40
  • MAC MSF Natural in Medium-Dark
  • Nars Orgasm Blush
  • Guerlain Terracotta Bronzer #20
  • MUFE Uplight Face Illuminator #22
  • Step 1: Start with priming your eyes, I have used Urban Decay Primer Potion.
  • Step 2: Apply a green base, Estèe Lauder Stay in place creme eyeshadow in Precious Jade
  • Step 3: Apply MAC e/s in Humid in the inner half & MAC Bronze on the outer half of the lid. Blend the two using MAC e/s in Cork. Also apply Humid on the lower lash line. Apply MAC e/s in Center Stage in the Outer V & very close to lower lash line on top of Humid. 

  • Step 5: Apply MAC Reflects Gold Glitter Pigment on center of the lid. 

  • Step 6: Apply a green eye-liner on the lower water line and brown gel eye-liner (MAC Fluid Line in Dipdown) on the upper lash line. Tightline with black eyeliner pencil. Finish the look with black Mascara. 


  • Revlon Color Burst Lipstick in Blush
  • Revlon Color Burst Lipgloss in Rose Gold

Hope you all liked the look. 

Have a great remaining week.



  1. Loving the green and gold glitter combination... its is festive :)

  2. that is a lovely combination, I love Humid with bronze, gotta try it one of these days :)

  3. I love this look, it is so festive but totally understated . I love the lip combination you have here.
    I have almost bought RC Blush so many times, but there is always something more interesting. I think I will finally pick it up someday. :)

  4. @ Divya: Thanks. Yeah, the glitter makes it festive.

    @ AOYV: Shivani, thanks so much. Yeah, it's the most famous combo. Do try it out.

    @ Nirah: Thanks, yes it's understated as I have paired it with bronze/ brown, if your pair it with darker green/ black, it will be more dramatic. It's up to you, how much drama you want. Which blush are you talking about, I couldn't get that.

  5. Sorry!
    Revlon Colorburst Lipstick Blush.:)


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