deep jewel green

fluffycatorgies  asked:


Deep emerald green
Jewel tones, and the complexities in stained glass, how the colour deepens and lightens in waves. Old churches and the sound of walking on stone steps. Someone who knows exactly who they are and what they want to be. Jeweled hairpins and jewelry boxes. Sunlight glinting on bottle green glass on the edge of the road. An easy smiler, who probably wears their hair up a lot, especially in buns.
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sharkbateooh-ha-ha  asked:

Hello there, so I just got a sephora gift card for my birthday recently, and I was wondering what eye products you'd recommend. I've been wanting to get into non-neutral eyeshadows and smokey eyes, but in not sure where to start. I have the naked palette already. I have dark brown eyes and hair, and I have a tan, warm skin tone, if that helps. I'd really appreciate it if you could help. Thanks!

Hello! To ease your way into color I recommend trying out some toned down colors like plum, navy, deep greens, jewel tones like burgundy, emerald, etc. 

Check out some shadows like 

NARS Dual Intensity Eyeshadows. These have a beautiful metallic, chrome finish.

Makeup Forever Artist Shadows. You buy these in pan form and put them in a single, double or triple palette. So you can make a mini three shadow palettes of some fun colors to try out for more out of the box looks!

Sephora Collection Colorful Eyeshadows. Sephora makes their own individual single shadows in some fun and neutral colors in shimmer and matte. $12 each!