From these posts onwards, please check to see which eye shadow base I am recommending - the basic eye shadow base or the alternate eye shadow base. You can use either for any recipe, but the alternate eye shadow base will make the colours more vibrant.
2 scoops basic eye shadow base
3 scoops apple green pop mica
6 scoops lemon drop pop mica
1 scoop strawberry pop mica
Put all ingredients in a bag and squish together until you're happy with the colour. If you want a less green colour - and why would you? - you can reduce the apple green to 1 or 2 scoops.
A regular eye shadow container will require 3/4 tsp to 1 tsp of eye shadow, and the recipe above makes 12/32 - so triple the recipe to make a full container.
OSCAR (dark green with sparkles - named to go with Wanda's A-OK that looks like Big Bird, which will be posted on Friday.)
2 scoops blackstar green (not a pop mica, but very nice)
2 scoops apple green pop
2 scoops alternate eye shadow base
Put all ingredients into a bag and squish together until you're happy with the colour.
To make a full container of this colour, use 1/4 tsp of each to make 3/4 tsp.
Join me tomorrow to continue the series of greens with chromium oxide.