So ladies, I need some help. I have green eyes that stand out, but I want them to stand out a bit more. The only thing I can apply is eyeliner, lol. Legit. I dont know how to put any other makeup on...
I dont want to do anything more with my eyes (eyeshadow is too much for me lol). I was thinking maybe a bronzer, to be a tiny bit more tan (im olive skinned), might help? How do you even apply that... I already have black hair which helps. But what else could I do to make them stand out more?
What you need to do is contact the agent for actress Debi Mazar. She is an actress who was famous for having eyes like yours although yours are better. Even moreso, Meg Foster. Have a professional picture done and send to their agents. A girl with your eyes is very rare and in demand. You can definitely get a job in some media like being an eye model or an actress because your look is that distinctive.
To do this, you put green eyeshadow to your whole lid and in the crease some black eyeshadow, then you blend it. You also put a bit of both eyeshadows under your eyes. Then you do a cat-eye and put some mascara in your lashes. You 'll have to train some days before the event until you get it right. It will look even more striking in you than in the photo.
You've got some really unique eyes. I would flaunt them, as they're a massive stand out. Get some good mascara and get those lashes long and thick. I don't think you need bronzer. Get some banana powder and use it as a highlight on your forehead, chin, nose and under eyes. It's so simple to use and does wonders.
So I know you say eyeshadow is too much, although, I used light colours and drugstore stuff usually doesn't show much. purple hues make green eyes pop. you could do the entire lid a cream colour then put a small bit of purple/pink on the lid and then a light brown in the corner.
for eyeliner you could do a wing or a smudgy look, I suggest only doing the top part of your eye or it looks smaller.
If you want to use bronzer then put it under your cheekbones and top of forehead by your hairline.