The exact shades and palettes you need to make your eye color pop.
Luxury Eyeshadow Palette in Vintage Vamp
According to celebrity makeup artist Robert Sesnek, plum, violet, and red-toned shadows bring drama and intensity to green eyes. He loves this Charlotte Tilbury eyeshadow palette in particular, since it combines all his faves.
Fleshcolor Starshine Eyeshadow Palette
With nine different takes on purple eyeshadow, this palette truly has it all. The difference finishes of shimmer and matte means you’ll only run out of different looks when you run out of powder.
Les 4 Ombres Multi-Effect Quadra Eyeshadow in Candeur et Expérience
Browns & Neutrals
If you’re looking for something more subtle, Sesnek suggests choosing shades with slight red and warm undertones, like coppers, bronze, or chocolate browns. “On the color wheel the opposite color to green is red, so staying with browns with a red and warmer undertone will make the eyes stand out and still be wearable enough during the day or to the office,” he says.
Naked Heat Palette
Another pick from Sesnek, the Urban Decay Naked Heat Palette gives you a range of warm, amber-hued neutrals to create both daytime and nighttime looks.