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How to wear Pale Green Eyeliner

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Pale green eyeshadow or eyeliner looks really nice worn with a shimmery bronzer and a glossy beige lipstick. 

Smudge out the edges of the liner on the lid, and dab a little along the lower lash lines, then layer on a few coats of black mascara. 

Alternatively, if you are not fond of a bronzer, you could also use a light hand of a pure bright pink blush & follow up with a sheer coat of a natural beige - pink lipstick. 

There are a number of pale greens in the market. 
  • Lakme's new Fantasy Collection Botanica Quad has a pale yellow tinged green eyeshadow.
  • Lakme's Shadow Artist Shimmer Stick is also available in a pale shimmery green shade. 
  • Bourjois has a pale green Vert Dore in it's Duo Chrome range
  • Jordana has a Glimmerstick in pale green
What's your favourite way of wearing pale green?

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  1. I love the bourjois green and i have a maybelline quad with a lovely foresty shimmery green eyeshadiow!

  2. Hey great post. I love my Lakme S. A. S. Stick in green and i wear a pale pink lippie with it. 1 of my fav colors. Thanks :)

  3. I love this trend so much! I like to wear green eyeliner (either UD Graffiti or MAC Ivy from Mickey Contractor's collection) just alone or with mascara. Wear a light peachy blush and a pale peachy lim balm - very summer.

  4. very nice post Tanz..and i like the model look.If tried on myself i would have kept it little more thin though.

    i generally wear pale green as an eyeshadow and like u said Lakme botanica quad has a beautiful green in it.:)

  5. I have an award for u on my blog

  6. I'd love to wear it in the same way the model is wearing it... lovely combination!

  7. Very nice post Tasneem :)
    Loved the model's look, but too OTT for me.

  8. Hi Tanveer,

    I have been a reader of ur blog for quite sometime, i really like the articles.

    I have a medium complexion with warm undertones, not very fair.......would this green colour suit me, esp the lakme glimmer green or the jordana one? I am bit doubtful.......if u could throw some light, it would be really great!!

  9. i always use deep greaan on the top lashes a bit thick and top it off with black liquid liner just near the upeer lash line. gives it a more defined look

  10. oops I wrote Tasneem, Tanveer. I am sorry for that. :)

  11. I too really like green...its such a deep interesting color...I apply the eyeliner on my upper lashes mostly..
    Nice post!!


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