10 St. Patrick’s Day Makeup Ideas That Aren’t Too Cheesy

People often associate green makeup with tasteless, poorly applied makeup. While the color may not be a staple for everyday beauty, we love the opportunity to try new looks. We couldn’t resist sharing some of our favorite green eye makeup looks with you in honor of St. Patrick’s Day. You don’t have to wear a green shirt this holiday. Instead, try these St. Patrick’s Day makeup looks.

Only apply a light green wash to your eyelids, and leave the rest of your face uncolored. You don’t need to worry about colors clashing in this case. It would be best to cover any redness or blemishes because green will only accept it.

Green Eyeliner

Green eyeliner should be the focal point of your makeup look if you plan to use it. You can keep it near your lash line or draw a line along your eyelids.

Two-Toned Eyeshadow

We deliberately avoided green/gold because it is not the most flattering combination. These are some new combinations that you can try. Apply your waterline turquoise eyeliner for a summer look. For a more dramatic look, apply your waterline turquoise liner to your inner corner for a smokey look.

Green eyeliner should be the focal point of your makeup look if you plan to use it. You can keep it near your lash line or draw a line along your eyelids.

 Social media is crucial for product placement and brand image creation. There are also influencers. They are the strongest marketing force in fashion and beauty. These changes are being adopted quickly by the beauty and fashion industries. Today, the most popular marketing strategy is collaborating with influencers or co-brand. They are crucial for product placement and increasing social media visibility. Brands seek to work with more “everyday” people on platforms like Instagram, where they have large followings.

2018 was a year of influencer marketing explosions! It is now a market worth 8 billion, with a projected growth of 15 billion by 2022. We can safely say that collaborations between influencers and fashion and beauty marketers are the future and present of marketing in fashion and cosmetics. Many brands are skilled at using this to their mutual advantage.

 In return, influencers get more traffic to their blogs, profiles, income, and popularity. It is important to choose influencers carefully. These are the best examples of collaborations between top socialites and young stars on social media, whose names only bring success. Not to mention the celebrity-turned-influencer beauty deals such as KKW Beauty and Kylie Cosmetics or Rihanna’s explosive Fenty Beauty launch.

But, teaming up is only successful when it’s done well. Collaborations that aren’t authentic may fail. Brands need to be careful about choosing their partners. Co-branding doesn’t just apply to makeup and fashion brands. We often see two distinct branches combined. These partnerships can be between fashion and gadget companies, sportswear, cosmetic, and beverage brands. There are many options.

 Fashion designers, hairdressers, and other creative directors. They are familiar with the dynamics of creative collaborations. Photographers and models are naturally a match. The artist behind the lens knows how to highlight a model’s best features and how to visualize a concept. Models are their muses. The collaboration between and is a great example of a long-lasting partnership between a photographer and model.

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