Here’s the first look I put together using the Wet N Wild Color Icon Palette in Flora. I applied everything the way the palette instructs (orange on the lid, green in the crease, and the light green as a highlight), taking a little liberty with shape. I first used NYX Jumbo Eye Shadow Pencil in Milk all over the lid and a teensy bit into the crease, blending and smoothing out the color with my finger. Using a small eye shadow brush, I patted on the light green in the inner corner of my eye. I then took the same shade but with a huge fluffy eye shadow brush and swept that from the crease up to the brow to highlight and aid in blending since the matte green was a little pain in the butt.
Using another small, flat shadow brush, I patted on the orange all over my lid, leaving a little less than 1/4 blank in the outer corner. Using an angled crease brush and the matte green, I drew the shape I wanted and blended the crap out of it. Using a fluffy blending brush, I added some more color and built the shape up a bit more. I went back and forth adding some matte green and then some of the light green to the point where they met to try and blend it a little better. I wasn’t 100% happy with how the blending came across in photos, but it looked alright IRL.
I smudged some of the matte green along my lower lash line and also used it as a sort of liner on the top. It wasn’t very effective though because you can see where I tried to add some individual lashes. On my cheeks I applied the Wet N Wild Color Icon Blusher in Mellow Wine very lightly, since the eyes are sort of banging, I didn’t want to overdo the cheeks. I highlighted with ELF Shimmer Cream in White.
On my lips I have the Wet N Wild Glassy Gloss Lip Gel in Mow the Glass.