The makeup for the series is of course Olive incorporated as well. The whole look may not be totally olive but it's all complimentary anyway.
The first look on the top left is from 10/13 Olive Green Makeup post. It's using Coastal Scents hot pot shadow Olive Wood. There is not many olive shadows out there and certainly not in palettes really, but definitely not a lot of good mattes that are olive. This color is a good one. Super complimentary for brown eyes and a good neutral anyway.
The second look on the top right is from 10/29 Date Night Bo-Ho look. It's a soft neutral eye and the bottom lash line is an olive type glitter. It's a pigment from Makeup Geek called Utopia. It's a great pigment, it's a nice change from gold glitters and pigments because believe it or not gold's are not always super flattering depending on which tone you use.
The bottom left look is from 10/22 Jeweled Green post. This one is a emerald color on top and a bright light green/olive on the bottom. Emerald green colors are hard to pull of in a true emerald tone they're either too light or too dark but this one was fantastic. You can check that post out for how I got the correct tone but for this look we're going to focus on the olive tones. The bottom lash line I used Morphe Brushes Smokey Palette light greens and built the color up. When paired with the dark green it really looks more olive and very noticeable which I liked.
The bottom right is actually from my Tumblr blog before I moved everything here. It's called Mossy Green Fall Makeup. I used Laura Mercier Caviar Stick in Khaki. It's a great base for neutral smokey colors anyway considering it's kinda dark but it also has gold tones and warm browns. You can easily see olive in it just as you can gold and brown so for that reason it will work for so many different looks. I love the Caviar Sticks anyway they are by far my favorite cream shadows. I should really get some more. Maybe I will. I used It Cosmetics Naturally Pretty
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