Smokey Eye Summer Moss Makeup Tutorial

Sometimes girls are afraid to try wearing bolder or brighter colours on their eyes for fear of looking too wild, but here is a look that is great for trying out those brights, while not going overboard. The trick is to combine your bright shades with a neutral, warmer colour, like brown. This way, you still get that pop of colour but it doesn’t look too ‘over the top’. With vibrant colours popping up all over the place this season, now is the perfect time to stray from your comfort zone a little bit and give this a try!  Green tends to work well on any eye colour which is why it’s one of my favs! Here is how to get this look:

1.Brush medium brown shade onto outer half of lid and into crease. Continue onto bottom outer half as well.
2. Using a green shade, brush onto middle of lid and extend to inner corner
3. Continue the same green shade under eye, half way
4. Darken outer corners and under eye with a deeper brown (on top of medium brown)
5. Line upper lids
6. Line waterline with white or nude eyeliner and finish with mascara!

I used the 88 Palette for the blueish green, and my Lorac palette for the browns. Want a more natural look? Try my 5 minute makeup tutorial here, or my everyday eyeshadow tutorial here!

Get this look:

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By Dana Fox

Founder of the Wonder Forest blog and brand and bestselling author of the Watercolor With Me book series.

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