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Monday Morning Makeup Inspiration Seafoam Greens from Pop Beauty Pop Portfolio

Seafoam Green Eyes. This is how I added green to my look on St. Patrick’s Day.
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Made with the two greens from Pop Portfolio right in the center. The pale on one the base and the darker one on the outer corner, V or crease, depending on how your eyes are shaped.
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Great color payoff, and I love the way these colors apply and blend. You can read more about this portfolio here.

I made this look by using the Paula’s Choice Best Face Forward foundation, Mario Badescu Special Healing Powder lightly dusted across center of face, no blush, a little bit of bronzer applied with the Real Techniques kabuki brush –  open, on cheekbones and across outer edge of temples. I applied the darker green as an eyeliner using the Real Techniques eyeliner/smudge brush. I applied Revlon Lip Balm in Smitten to my lips, rubbed some of the color off with a paper towel, and applied Nuance Nectar Lip gloss (a neutral color).
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11 thoughts on “Monday Morning Makeup Inspiration Seafoam Greens from Pop Beauty Pop Portfolio”

    1. I will try to do a post for deepset eyes next week. It sure would help if I had a model of picture of someone with deep set eyes with no makeup. The tutorial will only be words and finished look pictures unless I have a picture. 😉 🙂 🙂 .

    1. Sorry to be a temptress here – but do you already have few other palettes already? This has relieved me of spending lotsa money on one Inglot shadow at a time for the near future to get all these colors.. I’ll still build my collection but MUCH more slowly. I recommend this palette unless you are all stocked up. 🙂

      1. Yeah it’s true! You get so many colors in one, it’ll be a lot easier to blend and make transitions as well now I can imagine. Yes I have the Coastal Scents ones, but they’re starting to fall apart on me. Not to mention the shadows crumbled all over the place because of moving twice. It breaks my heart. 🙁 This one looks nice and sturdy.

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