This Is the Perfect Eyeshadow for Your Eye Color
Experimenting with new eyeshadow shades is fun and all, but sometimes we want a foolproof color that makes our eyes ✨pop✨.
This is why we took it upon ourselves to find out which eyeshadow shade best complements every eye color. Whether you've got baby blues or hazel tiger eyes, we've found a shade that is sure to put your eye color on display.
Keep scrolling to find the right shade for you!
Blue Eyes = Coral or Champagne
When you've got piercing blue eyes, you really don't need much to make them stand out. Your best bet is to stay with light neutral tones in coral and champagne shades that will catch the glint in the iris. Stay away from overly dark smokey looks that will take away from your natural beauty.
Try Too Faced Sweet Peach Palette: $49
(via Too Faced)
Grey Eyes = Monochrome
If you have grey eyes, go for sooty, smoky shades that match and enhance your eyes. The trick here is to apply misty greys or even silvery blues to the crease, leaving your lid neutral to add depth and contrast.
Try Charlotte Tilbury Rock Chick Palette: $53
(via Charlotte Tilbury)
Green Eyes = Purples and Shimmery Browns
Like blue eyes, green eyes don't need much to make 'em stand out. But if you're looking to play them up, go for purples! If you want something more natural, shimmery browns will have a similar effect.
Try Tarte Amazonia Clay Matte Palette: $46
Hazel Eyes = Metallics and Pastels
Hazel eyes are so interesting and unique—every person has a subtly different shade of hazel! Typically hazel eyes have green or yellow flecks, so stick to metallics in order to make those flecks pop. Dusty pastels also tend to make hazel eyes sparkle, and they're also right on trend.
Try Urban Decay Naked Eyeshadow Palette: $54
(via Urban Decay)
Brown Eyes = Anything Goes
Just about everything works on brown eyes, lucky you! But if you really want to give them some extra loving, try a salmon or a bronzy gold.
Try Kylie Cosmetics Burgundy Palette: $42
(via Kylie Cosmetics)
Dark Eyes = Rich Pigments
If you've got dark brown eyes, a surefire way to make them look bigger is to splash them with vibrant pigments in violet, blue or silver. Also, don't skip out on the eyeliner. Add some extra black to your waterline to make them pop.
Try Milk Makeup Eye Vinyl in Violet and Light Rail: $20
(via Milk Makeup)
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