MAC Green Eyeshadow Look

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About this Look

Testing more permanent MAC eyeshadows!


  • MAC Nylon Eyeshadow (inner tear duct)
  • MAC Gorgeous Gold Eyeshadow (inner lid)
  • MAC Lucky Green Eyeshadow (middle of lid)
  • MAC Swimming Eyeshadow (middle of the lid)
  • MAC Humid Eyeshadow (outer lid)
  • MAC Bottle Green Eyeshadow (crease)
  • MAC Sumptuous Olive Eyeshadow (above crease)
  • MAC Ricepaper Eyeshadow (brow bone)
  • Zoeva After the Disco Eyeliner (inner lower lash line)
  • Sephora Go For a Ride Eyeliner (outer lower lash line)


  • Becca Amaretto Mineral Blush
  • Becca Rose Spritz Luminous Blush
  • Becca Prosecco Pop Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed


  • MAC Seoul-ful Huggable Lipcolour
  • MAC Origami Orange Huggable Lipcolour
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What a splendid use of greens! It looks beautiful with your eye color, too. Love my Lucky Green, Gorgeous Gold and Nylon used together. Don’t have Sumptuous Olive yet, but do own some good dupes for it. Green is just… SO spring / summer!

Sumptuous Olive ended up being SOOO beautiful as a above crease/transition shade on my skin tone. I think on fairer complexions, it’ll probably be too dark and olive, but I was surprised by how pretty it looked on me.

Bless you, Christine, for being able to beautifully apply 8 eyeshadows…and green nonetheless. (From those of us who ably apply 3…um, none of them green.)

They’re all very similar in tone, and they are done in more of a gradient fashion, so I think it’s way, way, wayyyy easier to use them together as a result!

Looks fantastic! I think greens are the orphans of the eyeshadow world for the last several/many years. They’re so hard to find — good ones, at least, and in a range of shades — in palettes.

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