Spring has sprung! What better way to celebrate spring than to create springy, bright eye looks! I chose to use green because as we all know, Saint Paddy's Day is fast approaching, and green is most often the color of spring.
In the look below, I opted to use two of the eye shadow palettes available at Target. Using a stiff shader brush, I applied the green in the Revlon Colorstay 16-Hour Eyeshadow palette in Inspired, a very fresh, garden green, on my lid. Using the Sonia Kashuk crease/blender brush that you can also find at Target, I added a lighter purple from the L'Oreal Colour Riche Brazen Bold Eye Shadow palette in 313 Neon Skirt on the crease, as well as the darker purple from the Revlon Colorstay palette. I blended the gradient colors together using a blender brush.
Using a big fluffy shader brush, I used the white highlight shadow from the Revlon palette to highlight the browbone and inner corners.
I like this look because even though it's bright, it is very wearable and flatters a lot of eye colors, especially brown eyes. I also used the Revlon ColorStay Liquid Liner Pen to line my upper lashline. I also used the same green in the Revlon Colorstay palette to line my lower lashline. Of course, don't forget to use a base or eye primer before you apply your eyeshadows for crease-free wear and longer staying power.
To finish the look, I applied false lashes and mascara.
You can always mix and match colors to come up with your own spring-themed eye look. What are your favorite eye colors for spring? Mine is definitely green!
It's time for springtime.
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