How to Nail Green Eyeshadow Looks

St Patrick’s Day isn’t the only time of year you can indulge in these lush green makeup looks. We scrolled the internet for some inspiration for what to try on our eyes this weekend and found a couple that we love. These verdent colors are perfect for green eyeshadow looks that stun.

Conquering Green Eyeshadow Looks

When it comes to finding the perfect green shade, you need to consider the huge range the color has to offer. From nearly neutral olive with warm brown undertones, to a shocking neon green, you have endless opportunities to make green your ideal eyeshadow look.

Don’t be afraid to play around with color and form, using just enough green to make a liner or a fully lush garden of green.

A Gallery of Green: Makeup Looks We Love

Gold and Green Eyeshadow Look

TikTok: lelanigreen

Lelani Green shared an apt makeup look that matches her last name. A warm gold is accented by a dark green that includes a little pop of lime green at the edges. This simple look is an easy way to conquer the green hue for yourself without completely green lids. For the gorgeous green eyeshadow, she used Juvia’s Place The Rebel Army Eyeshadow Palette ($12) and ColourPop In the Limelight Palette, that’s no longer available. The pop of gold is courtesy of about-face Fractal Glitter Eye Paint in Apollo Empire ($16). On the brow bone, she used a shade from Sigma Ambiance Palette ($30). To finish off the look, she added eyeliner and a short wing using Sigma Gel Eyeliner ($10).

Green Shadow Siren Eyes

TikTok: ellejamesmakeup

Siren eyes have been a big trend lately, and Elle James put a green spin on it. She runs through the entire look, from contour to brow gel, but as for the eyes, she mainly uses one product: Huda Beauty Wild Obsessions Eyeshadow Palette ($32). She uses a lighter green as the base and a dark green, almost as an eyeliner, shaping out into a wing. Key to this look is precision, which is why she employs tape for perfectly clean eyeshadow application. After applying concealer, she puts more green beneath the eyes for a smokey look.