What Kind of Clothes to Wear With Green Eye Shadow?

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Not all types of clothes are going to look good when paired with green eye shadow. Find out what kind of clothes to wear with green eye shadow with help from a professional makeup artist in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Erin Hendley, professional makeup artist, and today I'm here to answer your question, what clothing should I wear with green eyeshadow? It depends on the kind of shade of green that you're wearing, of course. Today we have our lime green going on here and I'm just going to pack a little more on so we can see the difference. This is a shimmery, pretty light color green, so it's not as intimidating, but it does have shimmering going on, so it does have that added factor to it. Matte greens are little less harsh, but the shimmer also gives it a nice iridescence and softness to it that we normally don't think about when we put on green eyeshadow. So in terms of clothing, we don't want a lot going on in clothing, just as a rule of thumb, if we have a vibrant color going on in the eye, the clothing doesn't need to over power it with a crazy color going on as well. So my best suggestion is to go with a neutral and those consist of the whites. the blacks, the khakis and maybe the dark browns, things of that nature. I would say, steer away for any other bright color, the only other thing that could really work for us is to just maybe bounce it off with a berry color shits sense they are complementary colors. Green is to red, across the color wheel. That might work as long as it's a dark red with pale green eye. That's probably the only other thing, but white works well because it's our blank canvas and the green is not competing with the rest of the outfit, in terms of color. And the textures work well as well. I'm Erin Hendley, and I just showed you what outfit you can wear with green eyeshadow.


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