Eyeshadow color dilemma
FOR BLUE EYES
1. A darker shade than your eye color can make your eyes look really blue. So try taupe, gray, violet, purple, deep blue. If you use black eyeshadow mix it with some bright blue shade for smoky effect.
2. Reddish shades such as light pink, peach and coral are contrast with your blue eyes, therefore will make your eyes pop.
FOR BROWN EYES
1. Try copper, bronze, champagne (soft pink with a touch of apricot), brown, beige, and khaki-green. Use lighter shades add highlight.
2. Other new shades that you can try are tangerine, royal blue, hot pink or lime-green (the contrast adds punch to brown)
FOR GREEN or HAZEL EYES
1. Use same shades from the greenish family to brighten your green eyes. Try brown, apricot, purple, plum, deep khaki or forest green.
2. To try something different use gold, lime-green, really light green and bright purple. Shades like light lilac, deep plum and bold violet are contrasting colors which will brighten your green eyes.
3 For Hazel eyes warm shades like bronzy gold and shimmery ambers can highlight your eyes.
FOR ALL EYES
1. Classic shades: navy or charcoal base to define and a powder-blue shadow for highlighting. Highlighting brightens your brow bone so any eye color pops.
2. Funky shades that you can try are silver-sparkle shadow makes all eyes look edgy.