3/8/11

Lucky Green Makeup Tutorial


Products Used:
Urban Decay cream eye shadow in Weeds
Urban Decay eye shadow in Graffiti
MAC eye shadow in Humid
MAC eye shadow in All that Glitters
MAC eye shadow in Ricepaper
Urban Decay 24/7 eye liner in Zero
Loreal Carbon Black Liner Intense liquid liner
Maybelline Full N' Soft mascara
NARS Orgasm blush
MAC Nymphette lipglass
MAC Fix+








40 comments:

  1. wow that is GREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEENnnnn

    Fun - colour can be so hard to do right and you have nailed it on the head. I'll have to give this one a crack.

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  2. the green stands out soooo beautifully with your eyes and hair...it's very striking, you look smashing!


    Vonnie
    http://www.socialitedreams.com/

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  3. Wow this is stunning! Such a nice contrast with your eyes :)
    Your lashes are gorgeous too
    xxx

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  4. Love it! I may have to rock the green shadow at work next week!

    Thanks for sharing!!

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  5. Very nice Tiffany...I love the "neglected" part! lol Will you ever do a tutorial on the Mac WW palette? thanks Sharon

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  6. gorgeous!! green is a difficult color to wear and you make it look effortless!!

    xoxo,

    insidelook19.blogspot.com

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  7. Very festive for March!! I don't think I'm brave enough to pull off this look... But who knows! Maybe on St. Patrick's day. :)

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  8. Wow, I have ALWAYS been pretty afraid of greens. I literally never use them but I love this look! I even have Graffiti in a UD palette, so I'm most likely going to try this look soon. Thanks Tiffany!

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  9. Love it! Great look!

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  10. I was very impressed with the SKII Facial Treatment Essence (www.geocities.jp/hongkong_skii/index_e.htm), enough so that I have continued to use the product daily as part of my skin care routine after the test period. It's a luxury purchase to be sure, but this is one of the best products that can really make a significant difference in your skin, and so worth every penny.

    I applied the treatment each morning and evening after cleansing my skin and before moisturizer/primer and then makeup. Within just a few days I could see that my skin was much more supple and smooth - particularly in the t-zone. After about two weeks, I loved the beautiful glow my skin had - even without makeup.

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  11. Great look Tiffany! I love green eye makeup...

    Btw, SKII makes my skin breakout. My skin usually has no problems except some oiliness around the T-zone, and I tried SKII since so many people recommended it. After using it for about 2 weeks, my skin started giving me problems. And it's bad!! It's just a recent incident and I'm getting treatment for my skin. How sad!

    I learned that no matter how good a product is for others, it doesn't mean it's gonna be great for me too.

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  12. wow... i love tht look... super pretty !

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  13. Wow, that green is gorgeous on you. Can't wait to watch the yt vid this weekend x

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  14. It's so hard to get green eye shadow looks right, but you did it wonders!

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  15. Love this xxx
    http://miss-lv.blogspot.com/

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  16. Hi, i love this look and every makeup tutorials you make, could you please do a yellow eyeshadow tutorial?

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  17. I really love this look! it's sooooooo cute!!
    You're great!!

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  18. this looks awesome!i definitely try this out..right now! thanks for that and lots of love from germany xoxo Désirée

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  20. Wow weeee thats green, but so so pretty though x x x

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  21. March 2011 sigma promo code= STYLE2011 keep up the good work, I love your videos!!

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  22. Wow Tiffany!!! You look stunning! Your so talented. Thankyou for always giving us something new. Love your blog and videos.

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  23. I love it! It's perfect for St. Patrick's Day

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  24. Sooo gorgeous, I love the green!! Just started making my own blog :) xx

    http://hannahmichelle-beautyblog.blogspot.com/

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  25. Now I wanna go out on St Patricks day, just so I can wear this look!

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  26. Tiffany, PLEASE do a makeup tutorial using the new UD's 24/7 glide-on shadow pencils!!!

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  27. Love that color on you! LOL, I love to press the buttons on musical stuffed animals also.

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  28. I like this look, but does it match with green eyes.
    Got to figure it out.
    xoxo
    Valerie
    http://valerieslifeandmind.blogspot.com/

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  29. I like the look very much, nice :D please, visit my blog some time (A) http://diaryofabeautyfreak.blogspot.com/

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  30. I love this look and I love your site! This is so perfect for Spring, I can't wait for warmer weather. :)

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  31. I love this look and I love your site! This is so perfect for Spring, I can't wait for warmer weather. :)

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  32. Tiffany, you are amazing!!! You have to look up on you tube 5 year old gives makeup lesson, she talks about sigma and all, so cute:) check it out

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  33. Tiffany! I repeated it but the greens i used were sephora pencil in green 150,
    OCC chlorophyll
    MAC meadow
    finished with stila peony
    similar enough and with your techniques and eye for color coordination it looks awesome
    Thank you so much.

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  34. tiffany! i tried it with
    sephora 150 pencil, OCC chlorophyll and MAC meadow for greens. similar enough and with your techniques it was awesome
    thanks

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  35. follow me and ill follow you? :) <3

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  36. Love this look. It's so bright but not tacky, really pretty.

    Jess
    http://notebookchallenge.blogspot.com/

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