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BronzeBronze eyeshadow is almost always a great choice for people with blue eyes. The bronze tones can vary from light to much darker, so play around with your bronze shadow to determine what works best. A lighter bronze shadow, for example, can be used on the brow bone area to emphasize blue eyes, while a deeper bronze can be used on lids and in the crease to define eyes and make them stand out.
BrownBrown eyeshadow is a go-to for people with blue, brown, green or even hazel eyes. The neutral shade flatters almost any eye color. As with other types of eyeshadow, browns come in a wide variety of different shades - from deep, rich chocolate to a light, shimmery tan. Brown is one of those shadows where you almost can't go wrong!
PinkPink shades of eyeshadow can really brighten blue eyes and make them stand out. A lighter shade of pink can be paired with shades of brown, making for a gorgeous compliment. The subtle shades of pink, in particular, are almost a neutral for some with blue eyes. For a more dramatic effect, choose a brighter, more vibrant pink and sweep across lids and brow. For even more pop, combine with a bright violet shade - your baby blues will positively glow!
- 6Grey colored eyeshadows are especially flattering to fair-skinned people with very light blue eyes. Shades with grey-blue undertones can be extremely flattering. A silvery-grey powder can also be used to emphasize eyes, especially when one wears the so-called 'smokey eye' look.