Happy St. Patrick’s Day! :)

Hi beauties! πŸ˜€ I had to do a green St. Patrick’s day inspired makeup look today and I had so much fun creating this look, even though it took a few hours. x) I wanted to try and use pearls on my brows again, and thought “Why not create a rainbow with them?” πŸ˜› I also thought it would be fun to create a Leprechaun hat at the end of the rainbow brow and let coins and clovers fall out of it! It’s at least supposed to look like clovers, but painting them on with makeup was a bit difficult, so they’re not at all as perfect as I would have wanted them to be! πŸ˜›

I used theΒ Lime CrimeΒ Chinadoll Fantasy Palette for this look and I just think the colors are super gorgeous! I’m going to post a review on it soon! πŸ˜‰

Products used:

  • Lime Crime – Candy eyed eyeshadow helper
  • Lime Crime – All the colors in the Chinadoll palette
  • Lime Crime – Loose eyeshadow in Lime Criminal
  • NYX – Jumbo eye pencil in Milk
  • Sugarpill – Pressed eyeshadow in Tako
  • Sugarpill – False Eyelashes in Precious
  • L’Oreal – Super Liner in Carbon Gloss
  • Maybelline – One by One mascara
  • Maybelline – Fit Me foundation in nr. 220
  • Rhinestones from Ebay

How to do the eyebrows:

  1. Apply NYX JEP in Milk to press down the brow hairs
  2. Set it with a matte, white eyeshadow (Tako)
  3. Put some eyelash glue on a toothpick and place the glue on your brows, where you’re planning to put the rhinestone
  4. With the same tootpick (it has a little bit of glue left on it) pick up a rhinestone
  5. Place it over the glue you just applied to your brows
  6. Start from the inner part of your brow and apply one rhinestine at a time, (warning: This might take two hours, lol)

To take them off, you just use a cotton pad with makeup remover. You have to remove them gently. It didn’t hurt to take them off and it didn’t ruin my brows! (I know many of you wondered about this the last time I did pearl brows.) πŸ™‚

I hope you liked the look and that you have a fantastic celebration!

GlitterGirlC πŸ™‚

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