While this probably won't be your go to look for Christmas, I wanted to do a fun and festive red and green look. To make it more wearable, you could switch out the red crease for a brown.
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After applying the Elf Eyelid Primer to my lids and lower lashline, I used a red blush, the Jordana Blush Powder in Apple Cheeks, in the crease. To keep it from looking too intense, I gradually built up the color using a Sigma E40 brush.
As a base for the eyelids, I applied the Sephora Jumbo Liner in Glitter White all over. I also used a bit of the Sephora Nano Liner in Pure White to serve as a base for the inner corner highlight. Once the lid base had set, I applied a metallic silver, Verve from the Urban Decay Naked 2 Palette, all over with a Coastal Scents Shader Brush.
I went back with the White Glitter base that I used on the lids and also applied it on the inner half of my lower lashline. For the green on the other side, I used Dragon Fly from the Sleek Ultra Mattes V1 Brights iDivine Palette on a flat liner brush. I used a lighter green, Cricket from the same palette, on a Sigma E47 to soften the darker green color. I also went over the white cream base on my inner corner with a bit of white shadow.
Since I used color in the crease and on the lower lashline I wanted the liner to be pretty simple, so I just created a very thin line with the L'Oreal Voluminous Smoldering Eyeliner in black. In the waterline, I again used the Sephora Nano Liner in Pure White. I used two coats of the CK One mascara on my top and bottom lashes to finish off the look.