How To Make Green Eyes Pop

Enhancing the natural sparkle of your eye colour with makeup is perfect for making your eyes stand out. Charlotte Tilbury has an array of eyeshadow shades tailored to suit your eye colour. In this post we are exploring how to make green eyes pop and sparkle! Green-eyed beauties have so much versatility as their eye colour contrasts beautifully with so many different shades, including purple, copper and red tones.

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Eyeshadow Palettes for Green Eyes

Luxury Palette in The Dolce VitaLuxury Eyeshadow Palette in The Glamour MuseThe VIntage Vamp Luxury Palette

The Dolce Vita | The Glamour Muse | The Vintage Vamp

Create a complete eye makeup look with an all-in-one eyeshadow palette. For a gorgeous bronze smokey eye, The Dolce Vita eyeshadow palette has all the copper tones to create the perfect day to date night look. For a party eye, The Glamour Muse is your go-to palette for a vibrant purple-toned eyeshadow look that you can rock all night long! Stand out from the crowd with a mesmerising burgundy-toned eyeshadow look with The Vintage Vamp.

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Eyeshadow Pencils for Green Eyes

Bronzed Garnet eyeshadow pencilColour Chameleon in Amethyst Aphrodisiac

Colour Chameleon in Bronzed Garnet | Colour Chameleon in Amethyst Aphrodisiac

For a super quick smokey eye, an eyeshadow pencil is perfect for makeup on the go! Simply scribble on and blend with your finger for a put-together eye makeup look. These shades will contrast beautifully with green eyes, so you can swap between for a day to disco eye makeup look.

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Cream Eyeshadows for Green Eyes

Eyes to Mesmerise in Mona LisaEyes to Mesmerise in Marie Antoinette

Eyes to Mesmerise in Mona Lisa | Eyes to Mesmerise in Marie Antoinette

Add a shimmering shade to your eyes to emphasise your natural eye sparkle. Mona Lisa and Marie Antoinette are two beautiful shades of Eyes to Mesmerise cream eyeshadows that you can wear as a soft sheer wash of colour, or use a Blender Brush when applying for added intensity.

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Posted by Charlotte on 11th July at 13.53 in How To