3 fun ways to wear green
St. Patrick's Day is tomorrow and you know what that means….green everywhere! Green is a very tough color and some people are afraid they can't pull it off (this was me a few years ago). If you need some inspiration for tomorrow, here are 3 ways you can wear green this year :)
This look is great for anyone who just wants to wear green for this holiday but still stay subtle during the day. Pairing the green Vanity Room bell-sleeved crop top with white pants is the perfect day outfit! I love this shade because the lighter shade of green is one that people are usually afraid to pull off but a darker, forest green is much more subtle and fitting to a larger audience. When wearing green, a light, pink lip is always a great option. Here, I am wearing the Model Co lippie in the shade Truffle.
Sporting a green lip is a great choice for anyone who's a bit more adventurous with makeup! Because you are already wearing a green lip, I chose to stay neutral with this outfit. This is a great option if you are looking for a creative way to sport green this holiday! I don't actually own a green lipstick so I created this shade using the Anastasia Beverly Hills lip palette (details at the bottom of the post).
This look is definitely for the super festive! Matching your top to your lip color can be a bold choice, but when better than a holiday? This is the best time to be able to be this adventurous! I love the ABH lip palette because if you are looking to match your clothes to your lip color, this is definitely the product for you! With this palette, you can ensure that you have the PERFECT shade of green to match your top.
How to create the green lip color:
For the green lip, I used the Anastasia Beverly Hills lip palette to create a custom shade! I absolutely love this palette because the colors are super pigmented and have a matte finish. It comes with 18 colors in total (13 various colors, 3 primary colors, black and white) which gives you the freedom to create your perfect shade. For this green lip, I used the blue and yellow shades. It is somewhat trial and error where you keep adding a color until you achieve the perfect shade :) My next post will fully cover why this is a must have product this spring!