Green is that rare jewel tone that transitions well from winter to spring. You can build green eyeshadow into a smoky look, or keep it simple with a light swipe of color to make your eyes pop.
First, determine if you have warm or cool undertones by looking at the veins on your wrist. If they appear blue, you likely have cool skin tones, but greenish veins mean that your skin has a warm tone.
Go big or go home, we always say. Colorescience eyeshadow is loose so you can apply layer after layer of this rich and bold moss green color. Finish the look with a thick and even application of black liquid liner to really make your eyes stand out. (Colorescience, $16)
If you don't know which color to pair with your green, just start with Sonia Kashuk's Shadow Duo. The khaki green shadow is paired with a glittery Champagne for a simple look for daytime. (Target, $9).
The forest green of Frankie Rose Cosmetics' GI Green shade is shimmery but subtle. You can keep the application light for a bold daytime look, or layer it on thick with Frankie Rose's Dark Secret for a sultry nighttime eye-opener. (Frankie Rose Cosmetics, $14)
Not so sure about the green scene yet? Starlooks offers a great option for the newbie in its pigment line. The pigment can swipe on as just a hint of sparkle, or you can stack it on top of a primer for a heavy color. Go bold with the lime tones of "C Note." (Starlooks, $17)
Tired of glitter green? You may find that green is a little more acceptable at work and play if you go with a matte color. NYX's version is an earthy shade for a more neutral look. (Ulta, $5)
This intense color from Urban Decay toes the line between green and charcoal with expertise. You can feel comfortable applying a lot of color without worrying about it flaking onto your cheeks through the night. If you're feeling adventurous, try adding eyelash extensions for to-die-for eyes. (Ulta, $18)
Could there be a cooler mix of colors? Feel sexy and alive in lime green, but tone it down a bit with a hint of cobalt blue. This shimmery color scheme from M.A.C. glides on smoothly for a funky alternative to traditional green shadows. (Nordstrom, $21)
To round out our top eight picks, we selected Make Up For Ever's lime green shade. It looks fantastic as a lid color by itself, or paired with a deep charcoal or violet in the crease. (Sephora, $23)
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