St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner and that means we’re all going to go green! Check out our list of makeup tutorials for St. Patrick’s Day looks that will look perfect for the holiday.
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St. Patrick’s Day Makeup Looks to Rock the Holiday
Go Green on St. Paddy’s Day
We used to love wearing green on St. Paddy’s Day when we were in elementary school and continued wearing it up until we reached high school, until, finally, we outgrew both the color and the tradition.
As we started experimenting with makeup, we told ourselves that there were few looks we could create that wouldn’t be tacky. Green can be a hard color to rock sometimes, but with the help of these tutorials, you can definitely rock it!
Check out these tasteful, even beautiful, St. Patrick’s Day makeup looks you can do to celebrate the Irish (if only for a day) spirit in you!
1. Manny Mua’s Olive Smokey Eye
Manny brings the drama with this powerful olive smokey eye that’s perfect for a St. Paddy’s date or lucky charm-fueled drinking binge.
2. Rupaul’s Drag Race-Inspired Green Spring Makeup
Nikkie’s green spring makeup is hitting two birds with one stone here. Not only is spring just around the corner, but this bright neon green eye makeup will also be a great look for St. Paddy’s Day!
3. Carli Bybel’s Pop of Green Makeup Tutorial
We love this beautiful, yet subtle makeup look. As we all know, the color green is the name of the game on St. Patrick’s Day and this pop of green eye makeup is just the perfect look!
4. Dark Smokey Green Arab-Inspired Makeup
Looking for something dramatic to wear this year? This Arab-inspired makeup tutorial is for you! If you really want to go bold for your St. Paddy’s Day look then go crazy with the eyeliner and dark eyeshadow and rock this fierce look!
5. 5-Minute Green Smokey Eye Makeup Tutorial
If you’re short on time, this 5-minute makeup tutorial has got your back. Calling all women with small or hooded eyes, this is the St. Patrick’s Day eye makeup is for you girl!
6. Green & Yellow Smokey Eye Makeup Inspo
Isn’t this green and yellow eyeshadow combo just divine? Of course, we love wearing green and yellow for spring. But this bright look is perfect for a daytime pub crawl or family get-together on St. Patrick’s Day as well.
7. Emerald Green Smokey Eye
Whoever said green eyeshadow is only for fair-skinned women has got it all wrong. This beautiful makeup tutorial for darker skin tones is the perfect testament to green’s versatility. That emerald smokey eye is beautiful!
8. Neutral Neon Green Makeup Look
We liked Carli Bybel’s pop of green eye makeup earlier, but Carli used a darker green shade (which isn’t for everyone).
So for those who don’t want to commit to a 100% green look and wants brighter eyes, this makeup tutorial is the perfect neutral neon look.
9. Pot o’ Gold Makeup Tutorial
A holiday is a great time to let loose and have fun! We love this whimsical, fairytale-inspired look and I’m sure you’ll have fun with this too! While it definitely takes a steady hand, it’s worth it if you pull it off! Good luck!
10. St. Patrick’s Day Glam Makeup
Glamorous was the last word you used to describe green but after this makeup tutorial, it will be the first. When the day is over and all that’s left to do is to party the night away, this glam eye makeup is the perfect nighttime look!
11. Olive Green Makeup Tutorial
Matte makeup is one of the hottest trends to take the beauty world by storm.
And if you’re looking to stay on trend for the holiday, you can keep your eye makeup shimmered but let the lips slay the matte look. That olive matte lipstick is an absolute show-stopper!
12. Glittered Green Eyeliner Makeup Look
Not a fan of matte eyeshadow? Then go for green eyeshadow and glitters! Actually, some might think that wearing glitters can be over-the-top, but not with this one.
This St. Paddy’s day makeup utilizes the green eyeshadow and glitter combo in the most subtle way.
13. Green & Gold Smokey Eye Makeup
Wishing for a bit of luck this St. Patrick’s Day? Then you must bring together the best of the St. Patrick’s Day colors with this green and gold look!
If you don’t receive good fortune, don’t fret. I’m sure you’ll be getting tons of attention for this look!
14. Electric Green Makeup
This is one of my favorite looks on this list. Jaws will drop when you enter a room wearing this shimmering green eye makeup.
What I like about it is that it isn’t just a stunning look for St. Patrick’s Day, but it will be great for nighttime, party, or formal occasion too!
15. Carli Bybel’s Deep Teal Makeup Tutorial
If green really isn’t your color, stay festive by wearing a similar color such as teal or aquamarine. These colors are a blend of greens and blues and are more pleasing to the eyes than a pure green shade.
16. Dramatic St. Patrick’s Day Cat Eye
Every day is a good day for a cat-eye so unleash the fierceness in you on St. Paddy’s Day! If you have dark skin, this light green eyeshadow will pop out like twinkling stars in the sky.
17. Simple Festive St. Patrick’s Day Makeup Look
This is a simple makeup tutorial anyone can pull off on St. Patrick’s Day. It’s easy yet festive at the same time. You can wear this for a fun celebration any time of the day.
To achieve this look, you’ll need a little bit of your creativity painting those adorable four-leaf clovers which you’ll surely have fun doing!
Despite popular belief, green makeup doesn’t have to look gaudy or outdated. With the right shade of green and the right eye makeup, you’ll be a St. Patrick’s Day rockstar!
Keep it fresh and up-to-date with these stunning looks on the list. This holiday only happens once a year so enjoy! And while you’re having fun, look smashing as heck too!
Which is your favorite St. Patrick’s Day makeup look on this list? Let us know in the comments section below!
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Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on March 6, 2017, and has been updated for quality and relevancy.