Most makeup colors match well with brown eyes since they don’t have an opposite or complementary hue on the color wheel. Makeup colors like teal, blue, purple, bronze, violet, pink, copper and chocolate, however, are som... More »

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Brown eyes stand out with an eye shadow in a contrasting color, such as teal or deep blue. The shade of brown can be further highlighted by choosing a copper- or eggplant-colored eye shadow. More »

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Those with brown eyes are fortunate when it comes to eye makeup, as nearly all colors look great against brown eyes. To make brown eyes stand out, consider using a charcoal-colored liner or a deep plum. More »

When looking for makeup colors and shades that suit you, it is important to consider the color of your lips, eyes, complexion, brows and hair. According to make-up artist Fiona Stiles, darker complexions can suit warm co... More »

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Allure Magazine suggests a girl with blue eyes should wear purple, orange, brown or gold eye shadows, and only use beige-colored eye brightening pencils. SheKnows is of the opinion that brunettes look best with red or co... More »

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Eye makeup application for women with almond-shaped eyes is fairly straightforward. Apply a thin layer of eye shadow to the corner of the eyes and a thicker layer near the middle of the eyelid. Start lining the eye begin... More »

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Creating a smoky eyes effect involves layering shades of makeup and blending them together. Traditionally, the darkest shade goes on first, near the lash line, the medium shade on the main part of the lid and the lightes... More »

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