these shadows are quite pigminted! but, i bet the blue ones would look PERFEcT on you!!! :) try it! the price is lowered so its a good time to try it.
answered 5 months, 4 weeks ago
Ithink you can use some of thie colors on the kit, but not all. the creams are
very, very green and they will distract the beauty of your natural eye color.
the powders on the color block are great, so is the glitter (not so green, but more in the blue-green color). If you can find those products on sale it will be better to buy them apart, instead of the kit. Good luck.
I think it would be a pretty color on green eyes out of any eyecolor, because it would really make them stand out, but not in a "clown" way . Seriously you could experiment with the products in this kit...tone them down or amp them up.
that's just my opinion.
answered 7 months ago
(Citrus Springs, FL)
I am also fair skinned and have green eyes. I worried too that it might be too much or that it is for only the very young. I found that a little thin line of the gel liner at the lash line under the eye is enough and maybe a little at the outer edge at the top. I have also used the glitter as a liner, again a thin line near the lash ridge. I've gotten tons of compliments and when I asked if it looked like too much, each person said no, it looked perfect.
I'm not really sure what shade of green your eyes are, so I can't say for sure. I can tell you that the green in this is blue-based as opposed to true emerald. It's fun to work with, if a little annoying. The color payoff is great, so if you get it, use it VERY sparingly unless you're going for a big, dramatic look. There's also a lot of fallout from the shadow, so have your eye makeup remover handy. If you don't like a bold face, you might want to pass on the set and get some of the individual pieces to play around with. They all have good color payoff, so even something simple will give you a great pop of color.
I would agree with you. Be cautious
Yes, you can still use this with green eyes, you can always try different shade combinations or do a different liner in a brown or grey to enhance your eyes rather than camouflage them.
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
(San Francisco, CA)
I went to Sephora on the day of the Sephora + Pantone event, and all the employees were wearing the colors from this set. They all looked wonderful, but they applied the make-up in different ways. Some more heavily than others. Additionally, some of them used the blue, while others did not. Some used black eyeliner instead of the emerald. A friend of mine is a professional make-up artist and she told me the key is in the application. Just apply in the way that suits you best. I have green eyes, and have played around with this set, and came up with some great combinations!
answered 1 year, 1 month ago