HYP­NOTIC EYE: Find the ideal shade of makeup for your eyes

En­hance your nat­u­ral beauty by pick­ing the right shade of eye makeup. Whether you want to make your baby blues pop or de­fine your deep brown eyes, we’ve got you cov­ered!

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Sweet like Cho­co­late

Brown eyes go with pretty much ev­ery­thing; the neu­tral tone doesn’t clash or com­pete with any other color. De­fine deep brown eyes with earthy tones or deep jewel hues. Plum, for­est green and brown are all great op­tions. Gold is per­fect for a night out.

Hon­ey­comb queen

Hazel eyes have a mix of green, brown and gold. You can play up this al­lur­ing color with dif­fer­ent hues. If you want to make the green in your eyes pop, wear pur­ple. To bring out the golden flecks choose grey or taupe.

Beau­ti­ful blues

To make this nat­u­rally cool hue pop, go for warm soft tones like taupe and cham­pagne. Me­tal­lic col­ors like bronze and gold can also fire up your gaze. Try ex­per­i­ment­ing with soft beige dur­ing the day and go for a smoky grey look in the evening.

Gren with Envy

If you’re a green-eyed gal, then play with pur­ples. The ul­tra-femme color is on the op­po­site side of the color wheel and will en­hance the green gor­geous­ness. Try out shades of plum, amethyst and li­lac for a win­ning look.

Col­or­ful Eye­shadow in Soft Or­ange, at sephora.com Bobbi Brown Shim­mer­ing Sands Eye Pal­ette - Sandy Nudes Col­lec­tion

Gucci Mag­netic Color Eye Shadow Duo in Agate, at neiman­mar­cus.com

Chanel Om­bre Essen­tielle Soft Touch Eye­shadow, at Depart­ment Store ABC

MAC Min­er­al­ize Eye Shadow Duo in Spiced Me­tal

Dior 5 Couleurs Cou­ture Eye­shadow Pal­ette, at ABC Depart­ment Store

Make Up For Ever Artist Shadow in Light Turquoise

Laura Mercier Baked Eye Color, at har­rods.com

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