Apply concealer, base and primer
First apply concealer and base to your entire eyelid if you have dark upper eyelids. Then top the base with a primer that is helpful in setting the eyeshadow smoothly and evenly.
Note: Apply all these products with eye brush and make sure to avoid hands as they can stick to your hand and spread to other parts of your face during eye makeup application.
Apply green eyeshadow on entire eyelid
Apply any of your favorite good quality green eyeshadow on your entire eyelid, from the lash line to the crease. Pick a medium flat brush; hold your upper eyelashes tight with forefinger and past your crease gently, but not high.
Blend both of the eyeshades
Grab a small blending brush, keep it horizontal and blend the black and green eye shadows from the outer portion of your crease. Keep blending the eyeshades until you get the desired neat look.
It is time to apply eyeliner which is the main part of eye makeup and enhances your overall look. Take a cake eyeliner pan with an angled eye brush for this purpose. Hold your eyelid from the outer corner with your index finger and gently apply eyeliner from the outer corner of your upper eyelid to the inner corner or vice versa.
Note: Wait for 2 to 3 minutes once you apply the eyeliner in a liquid form as it can stick to your eyebrow bone and create a messy look.
Curl your eyelashes and apply mascara
Once your eyeliner is dry, open your eyes and curl them with a curler. Now, gently apply some lengthening mascara to your upper and lower eyelashes. Again wait for one or two minutes until the mascara dries thoroughly.
Note: You can also use waterproof mascara in order to avoid its spread.
Apply white shimmer eyeshadow
Apply a thin layer of white shimmer eyeshadow to your eyebrow bone, area in between your eyebrow and crease. However, if you want to keep your green eye makeup light, then you can simply skip this step.