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Irish Luck St. Patrick's Day Makeup Tutorial Featuring Sugarpill and Lit Cosmetics

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Happy St. Patrick's Day!

I'm only a small bit Irish, but I married into an Irish family so today is definitely all about the sparkly green and gold ;)

What You'll Need


Eye Products:
Face Products:
  • Whip Hand Cosmetics Set the Stage Face Primer
  • Make Up For Ever Face & Body foundation in #32
  • DHC Cosmetics Q10 Face Powder 
  • Graftobian HD Creme Color Correcting palette
  • MAC Cosmetics Sculpting Powder in Sculpt
  • Hourglass Cosmetics Ambient Light Blush in Diffused Heat
  • MAC Shadow Powder in Accentuate
  • Skindinavia Finishing Spray in Bridal Formula
Lip Products:
  • OCC Anime Cosmetic Colour Pencil
  • MAC Creme d'Nude lipstick


St. Patrick's Day Eye Makeup Tutorial

This look is fun and sparkly with plenty of green! Enjoy :)

st patrick's day makeup tutorial
Step 1 - map out the crease using MUFE 172 shadow

st patrick's day makeup tutorial using sugarpill absinthe
Step 2 - using MAC water-based mixing medium, foil Sugarpill Absinthe on inner half of the upper lid

st patrick's day makeup tutorial using sugarpill tipsy
Step 3 - using MAC water-based mixing medium, foil Sugarpill Tipsy on outer half of upper lid

st patrick's day makeup tutorial using mufe 172
Step 4 - deepen crease using MUFE #172 and pull color up with Inglot #342; blend out edges of crease with Inglot #351

st patrick's day makeup tutorial using sugarpill goldilux
Step 5 - using MAC water-based mixing medium, wing liner using Sugarpill Goldilux

st patrick's day makeup tutorial using mufe aqua eyes 0l
Step 6 - tightline and line lower waterline using MUFE Aqua Eyes 0L

st patrick's day makeup tutorial using lit cosmetics lime squeeze glitter
Step 7 - staring from inner corner, apply Lit Cosmetics Lime Squeeze and work your way over, applying it lighter as you go

st patrick's day makeup tutorial using faux lash colette false lashes
Step 8 - apply Faux Lash Colette falsies using duo lash glue

st patrick's day makeup tutorial using sugarpill and lit cosmetics glitter
Natural light

st patrick's day makeup tutorial using sugarpill and lit cosmetics glitter
Natural Light

st patrick's day makeup tutorial using sugarpill and lit cosmetics glitter
Natural Light


St. Patrick's Day Makeup Tutorial Full Face Look

Here's the full face look! I wanted to keep the complexion fresh and soft. I created a soft pink lip to contrast with the green and yellow tons on the eye. All pictures were taken in natural light.




There you have it! My Lucky Irish makeup tutorial. 

What are you wearing today?

21 comments :

  1. I really hate you sometimes :p

    Gorgeous look and so glad I bought Absinthe now (which was because of you as well!)

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    1. Hahaha yay!!!! It is such a great green, now you just need Tipsy, too ;)

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  2. Gorgeous look, I love using greens around my eyes!

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  3. So fun and sparkly! I love the pink lip as well. Thanks for such a great tutorial!

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    1. @christina Thank you! :)

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  4. Greens are so fun!

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    1. This was meant for you @paintednailsandbakingscales--silly blog glitched!

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  5. This is so pretty! Love the greens and the goldilux liner... you forgot the orange though ;)

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    1. Hahahaha perhaps next year ;)

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  6. This look is absolutely STUNNING!

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  7. So pretty! I love that vibrant green. great tutorial!

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  8. So pretty, wow that green. The lip color looks nice on you.

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  9. Gorgeous! Green just GOES with brown/hazel eyes! <3

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    1. Thanks ;) Yep! My eyes are actually very light in person and mostly green on the outside with brown on the inside--odd given the rest of my coloring ;)

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  10. Really pretty! You do eye makeup well. Love it.

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