I am seriously loving the army jacket trend that is still going strong this spring - I have seriously worn it almost every day this week! So when I saw the L'Oeal Colour Riche Shadow Quad in the shade Army Brat 312, I knew I had to try an eye makeup look inspired by my favorite jacket.
What You'll Need:
Here are all of the products I used for this tutorial - seriously, that's it!
And here's a closer look at the ahhhmazing eyeshadow quad that I used: It's L'Oreal's Color Riche Shadow Quad in Army Brat.
Let's get to the tutorial, shall we?
How-to: Army Green Smokey Eye
Step 1: After priming my eyelids, I applied the gold color from the palette all over my lids using a flat shader brush.
Step 2: Using a soft, fluffy blending brush and circular motions, I blended the darkest color into my crease. Note: Be careful not to pick up too much of this color, as it is extremely pigmented and you don't need much product on your brush to successfully define your crease!
Step 3: I took the green color and swept this across my lower lash line, creating that perfect smokey eye effect.
Step 4: Using the applicator that was provided in the palette, I applied the white shimmery color into my inner tear duct area to open up my eyes and bring in some light.
Step 5: With my favorite liquid eyeliner from Physicians Formula, I created a dramatic wing to pull the look together.
Step 6: Now it's time to curl your lashes and add a coat of your favorite mascara. I used my L'Oreal Voluminous Original Volume Building Mascara in Blackest Black.
Step 7: To pull the whole look together, I decided to go with nude lips. I went with a more orange-toned nude because the warmth of the color really goes with the shades of army green that I'm wearing. I used Rimmel London's Nude Delight lipstick - definitely a staple of mine.
And that's it! I seriously love love LOVE this makeup look, and trend!
What do you think?
How about you? Would you ever wear an army green smokey eye? Let me know in the comments!