Makeup Look: Green & Gray Smokey Eyes and Light Pink Lips


I recently received some beautiful all-natural pressed eye shadows from Red Apple Lipstick that I have been absolutely loving. I paired together some green and gray tones to create this Smokey-eye look with a slight winged liner to add some more depth and drama. I paired the eyes with a light pink lip and coral cheeks. Keep reading to see which products I used and how to re-create this look๐Ÿ™‚

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Products Used:

Skin Prep: I started by applying a few drops of Kahina Giving Beauty 100% Pure Argan Oil to my skin followed by the Vapour Organic Beauty Stratus Instant Skin Perfector to prime my skin for foundation.

Face: For foundation I used a very small amount of Kjaer Weis Cream Foundation in Like Porcelain and blended out with my fingers. I concealed my under eyes with Vapour Organic Beauty Illusionist Concealer and set the under eye area with a light wash of Silk Naturals Sleep In A Jar.ย I dabbed a small amount of RMS Beauty Lip2Cheek in Smile to the apples of my cheeks , For contour I added a very small amount of The All Natural Face Vegan Matte Cream Blush inย Cocoa to the hollows of my cheeks and blended. I then added Alima Pure Bronzer in Maracaibo overtop and around my temples, forehead and cheeks to add some warmth to my skin.

Eyes: I used all of my new eyeshadows from Red Apple Lipstick. They are all incredibly pigmented. I started with the color “Clean Slate” which I applied to the crease ofย my eye and blended really well. I then applied “Olive This Color” to the middle of my eyelid and blended outwards. To brighten up the inner corners of my eyes and under the brow bone I usedย “Porcelain” and to line the upper and lower lashline I used the color “Espresso”ย  and I finished with two coats of Dr. Hauschka Volume Mascara.

Lips: I used one of my favorite lip products, Gressa Skin Lip Boost in BARE, which is the ultimate pinky nude shade and is perfect for every day wear or pairing with a darker eye look like this one!

Brows: I lightly penciled in my brows using the Benecos Brow Pencil and then to highlight under the brows I used The All Natural Face Vegan Diva Stix in Milk.


What do you think of this look? Have you tried any of the products I used above? Share your thoughts in the comments! xoxo

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Blog of Britanie Faith. Organic and Natural Beauty Advocate, Green Makeup Artist, Herbalist, Photographer, Lover of Fashion and Vintage-Finds, Creator of Concoctions, Health and Wellness Enthusiast. This blog features original and inspired concoctions, recipes, tips, product reviews, life updates, musings, makeup looks, fashion, vintage finds, and my everyday life and all of it's joys and struggles.

11 thoughts on “Makeup Look: Green & Gray Smokey Eyes and Light Pink Lips

  1. This is a beautiful look! The eye shadows you used are really pretty. I really want to try the RAL brand wicked soon as I’ve heard awesome things about it! The only product I have tried that you mentioned is the Vapour Organic Beauty Illusionist Concealer and I **love** it!! It really brightens up the eye area, does not cake, and last a long time. Great post!

  2. What a beautiful look. Lucky me that I have unusually many of the products mentioned so it is simple to try this myself. I really love my ANF Diva Stix and the cream bronzer in Cocoa but I am especially excited to hear that you use the Benecos brow pencil. It is all I use for my brows now. I used a MAC eye shadow for my brows for 2 years after going natural, so finding an alternative that is this good is amazing! The colour is on the cooler side of brown whereas most brow products I tried seemed to be too warm/reddish for me. I am a pale natural brunette like you so your looks usually suit me so well.

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