Sunday, December 21st, 2008

In the Crease to really amp up any look–it’s such an intense dark green, which makes it perfect for adding drama.

Get Neutrals to Pop by just adding a hint of the forest-y green shade amongst more neutral/natural shades.

To Complete Your Greens and round off your collection thereof. I know you have your pastels and your medium-spring-happy greens, but have you your more forboding, deep green?

Deep Smoky Greens with Humid to help intensify any green-themed smoky eye. Line with black to really make the colors stand out!

As a Liner to make a subtle eye pop or finishing a muted olive-green eye.

With Reflects Glitter to give you an almost shimmering-water-effect that is both stunning and irresistibly fun to try!

Pair It With Golds and you can never go wrong. Humid is an excellent match for any golden-toned shadows, be them gorgeous golds or warmer greens or antique browns.

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29 thoughts on “7 Ways to Wear Humid Eyeshadow

  1. Saira

    I really like this posting! Think it’s a great idea for when you are looking for some ideas for how to use your eyeshadows in different ways. Have Humid down as a shade I really want to get, so great to get some ideas for using it! Thanks :o)

  2. Liz

    I love this post!! Humid is onof my favorite shadows and I am always looking for new ideas! I hope you do this again!

  3. calico

    Awesome idea for an article. Humid is one one of the first shades i got, and is such a versatile colour!
    Its dark and does the crease beautifully, but cab also be used to add a blue/green hue to other colours.

  4. I absolutely love “Humid”!

  5. Janelle

    I loved this post! It was so helpful

  6. OMG Humid is one of my favorite shadows, and I’ve done all of the above, except for pairing with Reflects glitter (because I hate glitter like no other…), and it truly is more versatile than people think!

    • I’m not a huge fan of glitter, but Reflects Glitter stole my heart. Well, the more recently formulated ones–super fine glitter that goes on smooth and lovely.

  7. Sara

    you totally inspired me to wear humid today! i wore it with gorgeous gold and old gold pigment, humid in the crease :) looks lovely!

    • Aww!! Yay for Humid gettin’ the love 😉

      Sounds lovely!! I haven’t played with Old Gold in forever, but it has always been one of my favorite pigments.

  8. Ooo I like this post!

  9. Heather

    Oh wow – I can’t tell you how great this post is! I hope you do many many more of these!!!

    • I didn’t realize so many would like it! I know I’ve done something similar in the past–but nothing got this much positive response. I’ll definitely do more posts like this!

  10. claudine

    Humid is a great shadow

  11. Nicole

    I like the idea “how to wear …” This is a good inspiration for using colos in a “different” way. Gimme more…

  12. Cassie

    Thank you for giving me an excuse to finally buy Humid! I have been wanting it forever, so I think I’ll take a trip to Macys on my lunch :)

  13. MacAddict

    I love this post too! Until reading your ideas, I never wanted to buy Humid. I may be hte only one who never wanted to buy it because I don’t do the “warmer” greens. I have a few greens but they are the cooler ones. I definitely will buy it and try it and mix it for a smoky look with other colors I have. Thanks for the tip!

  14. Which Reflect Glitters do you think is the best to combine with Humid? I don