If you’re like me, you probably already started searching for that perfect dress (or dresses) to wear for the holidays. With that in mind, you would also be thinking about what makeup to do or eyeshadow colors to wear so that it matches your outfit. You still want to look like you but with a touch of fairy dust or pizzazz to your entire look. So on this week’s tip Tuesday, I’ve gathered my top 5 eyeshadows that would be perfect for my brown-eyed gals out there. These colors are not restricted to just brown eyes, but blue or green eyed girls would look gorgeous in these colors too. Lets get started!
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Metallic shades such as gold and copper always does well with brown eyes. Because of the Metallic finish, it would bring out the color of the eyes no matter what shade of brown your eyes are.
If you are opting for a more natural look, try using neutral shades like browns, creams or peaches. They are a much softer colors and are perfect for an everyday look. You could also opt for a brown eyeliner instead of black for an effortless daytime look.
Blue (Navy or Cobalt)
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Which ever blue tickles your fancy, it is definitely a must try shade for brown eyes. The light reflecting the blue shadow will make your brown eyes stand out even more.
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I’ve always been a fan of olive green eyeshadows paired with earthy tone colors like browns. The two color combos are really pretty and would definitely look gorgeous on brown eyes.
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Purple is another gorgeous color that compliments brown eyes. If you’re not bold enough to wear purple eyeshadow on the entire eyelid, try using purple eyeshadow on your lower lash line for that pop of color, or purple mascara if you dare.
There you have it girls. If you are all about the natural looking eye makeup and have been wanting to try colors on your eyes, give some of these colors a try and I bet you’ll get a lot of compliments that night. Don’t be afraid to try and experiment with colors. Always start small, like switching up the color of your eyeliner, or add a little pop of color to your natural eye makeup, and slowly work your way up from there.
Thanks for reading lovelies and have a good one!XOXO ❤