Make Up Look: Spring Green

Creative title eh?
Spring has well and truly sprung. When I go for my runs, I am surrounded by bumble bee's doing their business, butterflies and beautiful flowers. Driving home from work I see little baby lambs hopping around the fields. Spring is such a beautiful time and inspires me so much to get creative with colour so expect a fair few "Spring inspired" looks.

I couldn't wait to dip into the Sleek Candy palette. It has this gorgeous chartreuse that I had my eye on and felt I HAD to do a look with it.
This was the outcome, its subtle for spring with just the right amount of colour I think anyway! Its fresh and green, eye catching but also incredibly wearable. What do you think? 









Rimmel Scandaleyes Mascara was a PR sample - forgot to * it :)

I love how insanely neutral and wearable this is even with the two pops of colour. Charcoal Brown is literally my favourite crease colour of all time. Its so buildable and blendable so you can get a lot of depth but also use for just a slight contour. It really tones down the green and I really can't get enough of it lately. 

What do you think? Something you would wear for Spring? What do you do to refresh your spring look?


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Comments

  1. Ah I love this! It really is wearable! I'm such a creature of habit when it comes to eyeshadows; I really should experiment more! Xx

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    1. You should experiment more Sam! Spring is the time to do it!

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  2. I really like this blog post and thank for information about

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  3. As usual Kayleigh you have produced a lovely design. The colours you have used are really fresh and pretty. A lovely look for spring. I cant praise you enough for your clever, innovative and unique designs. Well done.

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  4. I'm wearing something similar to this today, it really is a beautifully wearable look :)

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  5. Ooh, so fresh and pretty! Loving the pop of green underneath the eye especially :)

    -Jen

    www.vibrantbeautyblog.com

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  6. Love the mint green shade under the eye!! Wouldn't have thought a yellow shade could look so pretty. Great look. M xx

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