4 St. Patrick’s Day Makeup Tutorials That Will Make Everyone Green With Envy

Jessica Harrington
By: Jessica Harrington | Makeup.com by L'Oréal
4 St. Patrick’s Day Makeup Tutorials That Will Make Everyone Green With Envy

Going out this St. Patrick’s Day? Don’t get pinched — wear your green on your eyes and let your makeup speak for itself. Whether you’re spending the day with friends, heading to a parade, or hanging out at a family party, you’re going to want a look that will impress your most spirited of friends.  We rounded up four glamorous St. Patty’s Day-inspired eye makeup tutorials that will make everyone else green with envy. To recreate ’em at home, reach for NYX Pigments in Vermouth or Kryptonite, Stila Shimmer & Glow Liquid Eye Shadow in Vivid Jade, or the Urban Decay Eyeshadow in Kush. Just remember: the more glitter the better. Green eyeshadow has never looked so fierce and festive! Find some proof, below:  This fierce glitter tears eye makeup look by Desi Perkins is perfect for showing your holiday spirit this St. Patrick’s Day. She uses loose glitter to really make her eyes pop in a  way. To get her full glam lashes, she used Maybelline Volum' Express The Colossal Big Shot Mascara

No matter what you’re doing this St. Patrick’s Day, all eyes will be on you with this dramatic emerald-green eye look by Nikkie Tutorials. The metallic shadow and green winged eyeliner makes for the most festive pairing.  


Roxette Arisa’s drugstore St. Patty’s Day makeup tutorial incorporates some of our favorite affordable products, like L’Oreal True Match Foundation and L’Oreal Pro Matte Foundation, as well as the NYX Ultimate Eyeshadow Brights Palette.

Just because it’s St. Patrick’s Day doesn’t mean you have to wear all-green makeup. Kaitlin Emma’s peach and green look is just as festive. On her eyes, she uses Urban Decay’s Liquid Moondust Eyeshadow in Zodiac, an ultra-pigmented shimmery green shade. 


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