The MAC Club (almost) dupe from the Comfort Zone palette.
I call it an almost dupe for MAC's Club eyeshadow because they have the same idea: a reddish brown base with a noticeable green shift. However, I actually prefer the Wet n Wild eyeshadow over the MAC. That may sound like blasphemy to some, but check out the picture below to see why. I barely touched the WnW eyeshadow to swatch it, whereas I really had to swipe over the MAC one to get enough colour to swatch. Apart from that, although the WnW is a bit more red, the green is a lot more noticeable. It's just a more pigmented, easier shadow to work with in my opinion.
Left: MAC Club. Right: WnW. I've bumped up the contrast significantly so you can see the differences.
Anyway, onto the reason for this post. I haven't worn this eyeshadow as a lid colour yet and I decided I'd like to emphasise the green in it more than if I wore it on its own. I used NYX Jumbo Eye Pencil in Black Bean all over the lid. I then applied the duochrome shadow all over the black base on the eyelid and use it one its own blended into the crease. I then ran a green Avon Glimmersticks Liqui-Glide eyeliner in Hunter along the lower lashline, with the WnW shadow over the top.
One eyeshadow, three different colours: green, dark brownish green and reddish brown with a hint of green.
That's it! I used a pale shimmery colour for the inner corner, but no other colours were used for this look. What do you think? I wish there were more duochrome eyeshadows around because it's fun to see what kind of combinations you can come up with.