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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!
PurplePurple eyeshadow shades for blue eyes range from a true, deeper purple to a rich plum or even a lighter shade in the purple family, like lavender. When paired with blue eyes, plum eyeshadow, in particular, can really bring out the eye color beautifully. Violet also works well with blue eyes.
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!
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