Top 7 Eyeshadow colors, Top 7 Eye Makeup Hacks

Top 7 Eyeshadow Colors
When you have hazel eyes, your eyes aren’t just one color. Aishwarya Rai, Tyra Banks, Kelly Clarkson, and Angelina Jolie are some of the notable celebrities who possess such colored eyes. There are usually flecks of multiple colors in there, and you can totally play this to your advantage. A great way to bring these colors out is by using different eyeshadow colors.

1. Bronze Goddess eyeshadow

Bronze eye makeup will make you look brazen and sharp. It compliments the gold flecks in your hazel eyes, and it’s a great look for all occasions. This look will require shades of bronze and copper, and an eyeliner.

Products To Create This Look

  1. Eyeshadows from the Naked palette by Urban Decay
  2. Illamasqua gel eyeliner

How To Get This Look
  • Prep and prime your eyelid and browbone.
  • For this look, we see that the eyeshadow is extending in a sharp line. To achieve this, you will need to use some tape along the lower lash line.
  • Apply a copper shade over the eyelid.
  • Now take the bronze shade and apply it into the crease and browbone.
  • Using a clean fluffy brush, diffuse it out.
  • Finally, create a winged line with a navy blue liner and top it with mascara.

Most Suited For
Warm or dark skin.

2. Tropical Sunsets eyeshadow

Can’t go on vacation anytime soon? Bring the vacation to you! With colors like orange, purple, and gold, you’re bound to brighten up your eyes (and mood) and make them pop.

Products To Create This Look

  1. Mi Vida Loca eyeshadow palette by Kat Von D.
  2. 24 karat glam liner by Nyx Cosmetics.
  3. Ardell lashes in 160 black.
How To Get This Look
  • Begin by prepping and priming your eyelids.
  • Apply a yellow eyeshadow under the brow bone to start off the gradient look.
  • Next, apply an orange-toned eyeshadow a bit lower than the first layer.
  • With a clean fluffy brush, diffuse these colors so that there are no sharp lines.
  • Pack some purple eyeshadow at the center and outer corner and blend them out as shown in the image.
  • It is now time for the bling to top it off – the gold winged liner. The gold adds quite the contrast to the purple and brings out the gold flecks in hazel eyes.
  • Finish with false lashes or mascara.
Most Suited For
Fair skin tones.

3. Classic Black Smokey eyeshadow

You cannot and will not go wrong with the classic black smokey eye. The intensity of the black will bring out the color of your eyes. It provides a strong contrast to the warm colors found in hazel eyes.

Products To Create This Look

  1. Naked eyeshadow palette by Urban Decay.
  2. Perversion mascara by Urban Decay.
How To Get This Look

  • Once you have primed your eyelids, use a neutral brown tone suitable for your skin under the browbone so that a perfect transition can be created.
  • Pack the black eyeshadow onto the eyelid in batches.
  • Slowly build the product to achieve the required intensity.
  • Use a clean fluffy brush to blend it out.
  • Apply some of the product under the lower lashline as well.
  • Using a black kohl, line the upper and lower lashlines.
  • Finish with mascara.

Most Suited For
Fair and warm skin tones.

4. Hide And Seek Pink eyeshadow

This is a spinoff of a winged liner. Instead of going for a plain winged liner, you can make your eyes stand out by adding a hint of color. In this look, the color being used is pink. You can use any other color, but make sure that it is bright.

Products To Create This Look

  1. Pink eyeliner by Shu Uemura
  2. Black eyeliner by Bobbi Brown
How To Get This Look

  • Prime and prep your eyelids.
  • To create this look, use a black liner to create wings as you normally would.
  • Then, create a line underneath the black line of the extended wing with the pink one as shown.
  • Put some shimmer on the inner corner.
  • Finish with a coat of mascara.

Most Suited For
All skin tones.

5. Royal Blue eyeshadow

Although this shade isn’t completely royal blue, it is along those lines and it definitely looks regal. This is a sure shot way to make your eyes pop.

Products To Create This Look

  1. Seventeen Single Eyeshadow in the shade Regal.
  2. Kiko eyeshadow stick in the shade 31.
  3. Revlon Single Eyeshadow in the shade Periwinkle.
How To Get This Look

  • Start off by priming your eyelids and applying a neutral base.
  • Pack a navy blue shade onto the eyelids in such a way that it looks intense and pigmented.
  • Now, take a fluffy brush and blend it.
  • Apply a lilac shade at the inner thirds of the eyelids and diffuse it with the previously applied navy blue.
  • Use a neutral brown shade to blend out the harsh lines under the brow bone. Use a clean fluffy brush so that the transition is clean.
  • Apply some lilac kohl on the lower lashline and finish with a winged liner and mascara.

Most Suited For
Warm undertones.

6. Simple Cat Eye eyeshadow

A simple flick goes a long way. When you don’t have any time but want to add an oomph factor to your eyes, wing out that eyeliner and you’re good to go. I understand that it can be a challenge to do your makeup when you are in a hurry. A simple cat eye will make it look like you have put some effort into it.

Products To Create This Look

  1. Maybelline Gel Eyeliner.
  2. Perversion mascara by Urban Decay.
How To Get This Look

  • The trick to perfecting the cat eye is small strokes.
  • Start from the inner corner and remember not to pile on too much product at one go. You can always build it up later.
  • Now comes the tricky part – the wing. Remember that the wing is supposed to be an extension of your lower lashline.
  • Follow its path and you can’t go wrong. If you are worried about whether or not your hands are stable enough to do this, you can use a card of some sort and place it under your eye along the path of the outer corner of the lower lashline.
  • When you are satisfied with the line, you can join it with the rest and fill in any gaps.
  • Finish with mascara.

Most Suited For
All skin tones.

7.Hot Pink  eyeshadow
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Adding bright colors to your eyes is a definite way to make them stand out. A hot pink eyeshadow would do just that. Using a primer before applying the eyeshadow is a good way to start since it prevents the eyeshadow from melting into the creases.

Products To Create This Look
  1. Peach Smoothie, Creme Brulee, Shimma Shimma Eyeshadows by MUG .
  2. Melt Cosmetics Radioactive Stack in the shade Radioactive.
  3. Mascara.
How To Get This Look
  • The way to achieving this bright pink look is by starting off at the crease with a hot pink shade. Take your time in blending it out, because that makes all the difference. Work with a little amount of product at a time to get a diffused look.
  • Now pack on a frosty shade at the center of the eyelid and the browbone. Use a clean fluffy brush to blend the colors.
  • Dab some purple kohl from on the outer corner of your waterline as well as the center and blend.
  • Finally, to finish this look, use some mascara and a purple liner to create a wing. You will have yourself hazel eyes that pop through these gorgeous fuschia colors!
Most Suited For
Warm skin tones.
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