Go Green For The Holidays
Why just deck the halls, when you can zhuzh up your eyes too? Your lids will definitely be scene-stealers this Christmas with this sparkly green look. (Photo: IG/@jodiesmith)

Green eyeshadow is a big beauty trend of the moment, and recent looks on Emmy award-winning actress Sheryl Lee Ralph and British-Jamaican actress and Gucci ambassador Jodie Turner-Smith are proof! We've already given Tuesday Style Dryer (TSD) readers the cheat sheet for Ralph's Mila Thomas-curated look, and we're now championing even more emerald-toned lids, with a few green eyeshadows and palettes that will help you achieve Turner-Smith's bold eye look that captured attention at The Independent première red carpet in New York earlier this month. These products are not only the perfect way to update your make-up to its holiday best, but they are also creations of Rock-blooded beauty entrepreneurs.

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Shimmery green smoky eye on British-Jamaican actress Jodie Turner-Smith. Why just deck the halls, when you can zhuzh up your eyes too? Your lids will definitely be scene-stealers this Christmas with this sparkly green look. (Photo: IG/@jodiesmith)
Playing In Makeup by Yolondo Color Scheme Pro 777 eyeshadow palette has a shade of green for every occasion. (Photo: playinginmakeupbyyolondo.com)
Beauty Stop by Pageant Boss Spice Up Yuh Life eyeshadow palette has a mixture of green matte, shimmer and glitters to brighten your eyes and spice up your look. (Photo: pageantboss.com)
Gaëlle Cosmetics Chameleon Loose Pigment in the shade Peacockish is an intensely pigmented monochromatic formula that can be used on the eyes, face or body. (Photo: gaellecosmetics.com)
Dab Gabriella's Cosmetics Glitzy Single Shadow — Island Haze on the inner corners, and a bit of gold on the lids. Toss on falsies, line the waterline in your inkiest black liner and you're ready to roll! (Photo: gabriellascosmetics.com)
Bute Cosmetics Loose Mineral Eyeshadow Pigment — Green Grotto is made from 100% natural minerals, and is manufactured in Jamaica. (Photo: www.butecosmetics.com)

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