Natural Olive Green Eyeshadow Tutorial.

A super-quick tutorial today using a few different products. It’s very simple, but I really like the combination of shades, and I’ve been wearing it often for day or night.

You can add white pencil liner to the waterline to brighten up the eyes, or add black liner for a more intense look. I sometimes like popping a little black liner on my lid and cutting some false lashes in half and add them to the the outer half of my eyes for added drama.

Products Used:
MAC Sweet Sage Fluidline discontinued shade (used in step 2 and 3)
MAC Club Eyeshadow (used in step 5)
Yellow-Green Eyeshadow from LA Colors Private Eye Palette (used in step 6)
MAC Nylon Eyeshadow (used in step 7)
Maybelline The Falsie’s Mascara (used in step 8)

Brushes Used:
Sigma F70 Concealer Brush (used in step 2)
Sigma E65 Small Angle Brush (used in step 3)
Sigma E40 Tapered Blending Brush (used in step 4)
Sigma E30 Pencil Brush (used in step 5 and 7)
Sigma E25 Blending Brush (used in step 6)

I have a few different requests for future tutorials with more color – purple, blue, etc, as well as some day-time looks. I’ll be working on those, and should hopefully have them up soon.
Hope you all have a fabulous day!

24 thoughts on “Natural Olive Green Eyeshadow Tutorial.

  1. OMGEEEE!!!!
    Your eyes are GORGEOUS!
    And the Olive Green shadow looks amazing with your eyes!
    You're so stunning Natty… And your tutorials are the best I've ever seen!🙂


  2. I love your step by step tutorials, I follow along on my phone as I am doing my makeup! I used 2 Maybelline quads Olive Martini (for the Club dupe) and Smokey Cinnamon ( for the olive , light yellow green, and highlighter) and got great results! Please do more step by step pictorials , thanks


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