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Glam Greens - >Eyes

How to Apply:
  • First, apply some concealer to your eyelids - this is a make-up trick used by the pros to ensure that shadow stays put and looks smooth.
  • The monochromatic look is very big, so go for a light and dark shade of green. Apply the pale shadow all over upper lid to just beyond the crease. Apply the dark green shadow on the outer corner of your eye, above the upper lash line and just along the lower lash line. This technique gives your eyes a dramatic edge.
  • To make your eyes pop, apply a pale yellow shade on the upper and lower lash lines on the inner corner of your eye.
  • Line your upper lashes with a funky, metallic coloured pencil. If you're not feeling quite so bold, opt for a pencil in a brown tone.
  • Lastly, coat your lashes with mascara to make them appear longer and fuller!
    Products to Use:
  • Try L'Oreal Wear Infinite Quads in Green with Envy for eyeshadow.
  • Try L'Oreal Wear Infinite Liner in Emerald to line your eyes.
  • Try Maybelline Great Lash Mascara in Blackest Black.
  • Glam Greens - Cheeks

    How to Apply:

  • Keep that summer glow around for just a little longer with a light bronzing powder. Remember to sweep towards your temple - do not apply in a circular motion on your cheeks.

    Products to Use:

  • Try Glam Bronze Bronzing Powder by L'Oreal.
  • Glam Greens - Lips

    How to Apply:

  • Go for a gloss with a brownish tint and coat lips. To avoid your gloss from being too sticky, try applying a clear chap stick (like Labello or Chap Stick), before putting on your gloss.

  • Products to Use:

  • Try Bonne Bell LipLites in Cappuccino.
  • Glam Greens - Nails

    How to Apply:

  • Forget about growing out those nails! Short, rounded nails with a bold, metallic polish are big for fall.

  • Products to Use:

  • Try Sally Hansen Nail Prisms in Emerald Amethyst.
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