14 Green Eyeshadow Looks & How To Wear Them

If you’re waiting for a sign to go for green next time you apply your eyeshadow, then this is it. Contrary to popular belief, green eye looks are not just reserved for St Patricks Day and are officially at the top of our favourites list right now. 

From pastel lime shades to deep forest tones, with striking graphic liner or smoked out eyes, there are infinite eye-popping options when it comes to green. It might seem like a complicated or hard-to-master choice for some, but it really is easier than it looks to nail a green eyeshadow look.

Still not convinced? Keep scrolling to find 14 green eyeshadow looks, and exactly how to wear them.


If you want to start your green eyeshadow journey strong but a little more subtle, look no further than this look from @makeupbycaelianforsyth. This olive green liner look is just *chefs kiss. Use Pickle and Eucalyptus from the By BEAUTY BAY Earthy 9 Colour Palette to try it for yourself.


Take things up a notch like @tiarra_oliviaa with a contrasting neon lime and deep forest green look. We are obsessed! P.s. The Glisten Cosmetics Split Liner in Split Peas is perf for recreating this look.


A cut crease is always a vibe, but make it green and we are sold. This bright green version by @_jessica_biel is so up our street. Use the By BEAUTY BAY Bright 2.0 42 Colour Palette to try at home, you won’t regret it.


Black lashes? We don’t know her. Guaranteed to make any eye colour pop, a green mascara is a must. @bybrookelle has absolutely nailed this look, and we’re using the Soda #RainbowRave Unicorn Mascara in Fresh Grass to replicate it at home.


Green and brown smokes is a staple look in our books. A little more interesting and daring than your usual smoky eye, incorporating green into this classic look is a for-sure way to turn heads. Thanks for the inspo @daniellemarriee, we’re obsessed. P.s. the By BEAUTY BAY Earthy 42 Colour Palette is a must-have for a look like this.


@dramillah understood the assignment with this green graphic liner look. Subtle but super cute, we’re trying it ourselves with the By BEAUTY BAY The Pastels Crayon Eyeliner in Minted


Hello green, hello @ello4ka_makeup. This green smoky look is a big vibe and we want to get involved. Using the By BEAUTY BAY Bright 42 Colour Palette is a go-to for looks like this.


This lime green look from @glamgio_nyc is making us green with envy. Using a green shimmery shadow and vibrant wet liner is the perfect combo to recreate this look. We’re opting for the Glisten Cosmetics Split Liner in Camo.


Ditch your basic black liner and go for green next time. @hartyyy is showing us just how it’s done and we are hooked. Use the Made By Mitchell All Smudge No Budge Liner in Nerve to nail this look yourself.


If you’re not ready to go all-out-green but still want to participate, this look from @kelbellebeauty is for you. Super cute but still a little subtle, this green under eye liner sounds like your kinda vibe. Use the Linda Hallberg Flash Crayon in Avoir to try it for yourself.


Serving allllll the green vibes, this bright and fun lime green look from @lluviagalindoa is ticking all our boxes. Using the About Face Matte Fluid Eye Paint in Vertigo Flowers is a fool-proof route to a look like this.


Green liner is a big vibe and @rachelpercy_makeup is providing all the inspo with this look. Obsessed doesn’t even cover it. Try using the By BEAUTY BAY Earthy 9 Colour Palette to try it at home.


Smoky and cool, this deep forest green look from @ragini_mtssy is just what we needed. PSA: The By BEAUTY BAY Gel Liner in Serpent is a go-to for recreating this look.


Go graphic (and green) with an eye catching look like this from @amlmakeup on @vanessawilkinson. We are beyond obsessed. FYI: The Glisten Cosmetics Wet Liner in Keylime is just *chefs kiss* for achieving a look like this.