A Summery Green Look with a Pop of Coral featuring Melt Cosmetics Impulsive

Posted by Christine


About this Look

Here’s a green-heavy look using the new Melt Cosmetics Impulsive palette!

P.S. — You can find the details for the other half of the face here.

Step-by-Step Guide

  • Inner tearduct: No Regrets
  • Inner lid: No Regrets
  • Middle of lid: Go Getter, CEO
  • Outer lid: Drunk Text
  • Crease: Game Changer
  • Deep crease: Profesh
  • Above crease: 2012 (above inner crease only)
  • Browbone: Poppin' Bottles
  • Lower lash line: Overdrive, Game Changer (outer), Poppin' Bottles (inner)
  • Cheeks: Lines & Last Night, Bronze (03)
  • Lips: Infuse, Pink Parade
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Some time, I’m gonna need you to explain how you’re able to combine mid-tone and/ or bold colours so that all of them pop without getting all muddy. I know I’m probably blending too much but I can’t seem to hit that sweet spot between “too much” and looking like I just have different blobs of colour attached to my eyes.

It is a fine line! Some random tips: use more brushes between shades or use a microfiber towel between colors, and sometimes, it is better to use a clean, fluffier brush for blending. When doing a brighter/lighter shade in the middle, sometimes I’ll go over it with a bit more product at the end to bring back brightness if I over-blended into darker shades. I also like working light to dark overall!

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