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Eyeshadow Colours To Complement Your Eyes

Our eyes are our best features, and it’s the one body part that we usually want to stand out. So, what’s the best way to do this? With eye shadow.

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Keep reading to see what colours can make your eyes POP!

Blue eyes

Eyeshadow Colours To Compliment Your Eyes

For all you blue eyed babes out there, neutral, earthy tones will really make your already pretty eyes pop! Go for browns, greys and taupes, but remember to use a light hand. Applying heavy eyeshadow will take away from your natural eye colour.

Remember: Blue is a cool colour, which means warm shades will contrast nicely with your eyes.

Brown eyes

Eyeshadow Colours To Compliment Your Eyes

Brown eyes are underrated in my opinion. They may be the most common eye colour, but a deep chocolate brown eye is something really pretty to look at! To help make your common brown eyes stand out you can go for pretty much any colour! Neutral colours can really help to accentuate the brown colour, or something gold can really make them shine. Blue can also work because blue is an awesome contrast to brown.

Remember: Darker shades give you a smokey/sexy look, while light shades are great for the day.

Green eyes

Eyeshadow Colours To Compliment Your Eyes

For pretty green eyes you need some pretty colours! Purples are the opposite of green, which means they’ll be great to make your eyes pop. Deep purples can really emphasize the green in your eyes, and so can mauve tones. Brown is also great for green eyes if you’re too afraid to wear a bold purple shade.

Remember: Keep away from blue tones as they can wash out green eyes.

Hazel eyes

Eyeshadow Colours To Compliment Your Eyes

Hazel eyes are great because you can emphasize either the green or brown in them. If you want the brown to stand out, go for neutral, brown colours. If you’re feeling like you want the green to stand out, go for purple colours.

Remember: Cool colours can wash out your eye colour.

Images via elle.com and maybelline.com.au

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