Hi everyone! Happy Blogmas Day 12! Can you believe how fast December is going?
Today is all about eyeshadow colours that make blue eyes stand out! So if you have blue eyes, this post is for you and they will be shining bright the next time you do your makeup 🧚🏻♀️🎀
Now let’s get into the post 🎀
Which Eyeshadow Colours Should You Use To Make Your Blue Eyes Stand Out?
Blue, Champagne, Silver, Orange, Warm Browns, Cool Browns, Gold, Rose Gold, Bronze, Purple, Copper, Coral, Turquoise, Burgundy
There are so many colours that look stunning on blue eyes! Anything shiny and metallic will make blue eyes pop so, gold, rose gold, silver and copper will all look so beautiful. Using silver will make blue eyes look cool and icy ❄️
Neutral colours also bring out blue eyes like champagne and cool and warm browns. Blue eyes shine against neutral colours 🧚🏻♀️
Orange is the contrasting colour to blue so that really makes blue eyes stand out the most! Try light orange, darker orange, metallic orange or copper!
Purple, turquoise and burgundy all make blue eyes glow and shine ✨ Using turquoise will bring out the ocean of your eyes!
You can line your eyes with any of these colours, do a full eye look or use mascara in any of these colours and your eyes will be popping!
You can also keep it simple! Using blue mascara or blue liner on the lower lash line is a great way to make your eyes stand out easily for everyday ✨☺️
There are so many different eyeshadow ideas for blue eyes and as you can see they all give a different look to the eyes ✨☺️ It’s all about going for what you feel most comfortable with and having fun!
Share this with someone who has blue eyes ✨☺️
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