BROWS, EYESHADOW, WINGED LINER, & LASHES FOR BEGINNERS



How to Find the Best Eyeshadow for Your Eyes

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  1. Find a brand that you like.Keep on the look-out for brands that stay for a while and are reasonably priced. The eye shadows that are priced higher are usually fantastic and last for a while, so if you can afford it, go for it. However, don't knock cheaper brands; they can be just as good!
  2. Light eyes, such as blues and grays, draw enough attention to themselves on their own, so keep the colors toned down a bit.Use silvers, dark and light grays, peachy colors, shimmery shadows, and any shade of brown.
  3. Green eyes are usually pretty hard for which to find a good color.Try a few light purples, browns, and grays to see which shade looks best on you.
  4. Any shade of brown will usually require brighter colors.Dark blues, purples, and greens will usually do it for you. The darker the brown, the lighter you will want to go. Pink looks great with dark brown eyes and a dark liner. If you want a sexy and dramatic look, go for some dark silver.
  5. If you have any kind of light eyes, blend together a few shades of purple and maybe a few browns for a bolder look.
  6. Dark eyes will need some dark colors, like black, dark gray and dark brown.
  7. Try blue.Blue is an eyeshadow color that really pops. Blues are all about being noticed; not natural. But blue doesn't necessarily go great with every ones eye color. Blue goes best with brown eyes because they are so opposite that brown eyes will pop. Just remember, when you use blue eyeshadow, keep the rest of your look simple. Otherwise you will look like you walked straight from the 80s.
  8. Consider silver/gray.Silver/gray can create a dramatic look when used in a smokey eye. Silver/gray are usually used as evening shades. It looks great with all eye colors except gray.
  9. Put on brown.Brown or bronze gives off a great natural glow when worn properly. It looks best with dark brown, hazel, light brown eyes, and green eyes, depending on the shade of eye shadow. Be careful to not overdo brown, especially if you have brown eyes and hair.
  10. Use green carefully.Green is a color that was inspired by nature. One of the best colors for spring, mellow green looks wonderful with brown, blue, and green eyes. It can be very easy to overdo and make you appear like the Wicked Witch of the West! Be careful and sparing in adding it.
  11. Try purple.It looks awesome with brown, hazel, or green eyes, and can also make for an awesome smokey eye.

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  • Question
    Do all colors look good with brown?
    Shahad hammad
    Community Answer
    Not all colors. Light blue works. The nice bright pops of coral orange are the perfect complement to brown. Dark brown cabinetry looks awfully dated these days, unless it is done with clean lines and paired with a nice, crisp white.
    Thanks!
  • Question
    What eyeshadow should I use to make small eyes look bigger?
    wikiHow Contributor
    Community Answer
    The type of shadow doesn't matter. Use a dark color on the outside corners of your eyes and a highlighter in the inside creases to make eyes look bigger. Avoid lining them completely.
    Thanks!
  • Question
    How do I apply eyeshadow to hooded eyes, where the makeup will disappear because the eyelid can't be seen?
    Cecilia Flores
    Top Answerer
    Just bring the colors up a little higher than your normally would. NikieTutorials on YouTube has hooded eyes, you should check her out.
    Thanks!
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  • Don't use too much eye shadow, or your makeup will look overdone and caked on.
  • To find what brings out hazel eyes, look at the flecks of color near the pupil.
  • Prime your eyes. Both face primer and liquid foundation work.
  • Go light on the eyeliner.
  • If you wear glasses, be sure to use an eyelash curler and waterproof mascara if you can.
  • Wet the brush or applicator before you put on the eye-shadow for a more pigmented look.
  • Don't match your eye color to your eyeshadow. Matching your eye color to your shadow can "drown out" your eye color.
  • Don't be afraid to experiment, or ask a friend for suggestions!





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