I started off once again by using MAC Paint Pot in Painterly as a base. I then packed on MAC Eyeshadow in Ricepaper all over the lid using a flat shader brush (MAC 252). This colour is a very pale gold as opposed to the yellow-gold we used in the dramatic tutorial. In the crease, using a tapered crease brush (MAC 217), I applied MAC Eyeshadow in Texture, a really unique burnt orange/bronze shade that is very wearable while still keeping with the theme of St. Patrick's Day. I blended Texture out quite a lot towards the brow bone as it is a very intense and pigmented colour and too much looks a little too orange in my opinion.
|Eyeshadows (L-R): Gesso, Ricepaper, Texture and Humid.|
Paint Pot: Painterly.
To give the look a little bit of a kick, I used a small dense brush (MAC 214) to apply a line of MAC Eyeshadow in Humid to the bottom lashline, winging it out at the outer corner. I then used MAC Eyeshadow in Gesso as my brow bone highlight and inner corner highlight. I lined my waterline using MAC Eye Kohl in Minted to carry on the green theme and applied MAC False Lashes mascara to my lashes.
I hope that you all have a fun (and safe!) St. Patrick's Day!