The Best Eyeshadow Tutorials for Hazel Eyes

February 28, 2020
Genesis Rivas
By: Genesis Rivas | Makeup.com by L'Oréal
The Best Eyeshadow Tutorials for Hazel Eyes

If you have hazel eyes, you’ve been blessed with iris’ that are a beautiful blend of green, brown and maybe a touch of tantalizing gold. There’s no doubt that your eyes are beautiful on their own, but have you ever noticed how much they stand out when you use a complementary eyeshadow shade? You can even play around with the multiple colors of your eyes and make certain hues more prominent than others just by using certain shadow shades. Not sure how to do it? Check out these YouTube eyeshadow tutorials designed to make hazel eyes pop. Matte Brown Smoky Eye 

If you’re looking for an easy makeup look that will enhance your hazel eyes, beauty guru Eman has got you covered. Believe it or not, she only used three eyeshadow shades to create this warm-toned burgundy-brown look that really brings out the golden brown tones naturally found in hazel eyes. 

Soft Pink Shimmers

If your hazel eyes lean more green, then go with dusty pink tones to truly make them pop. Watch as Isabella creates a beautiful, soft pink makeup look with a touch of shimmer to bring all the right attention to your green gaze. 

Gold Metallic Eyes 

We stan this gold metallic eyeshadow look on Jaclyn Hill’s hazel eyes. The bright shadow makes the natural golds green hues in her eyes seriously stand out. Whether you choose to pair your eye look with a lip as bold as hers, your makeup will be nothing short of ethereal. 

Natural Glam  Chloe Brown says whenever she wears purple hues, she gets an array of compliments on her hazel eyes. To recreate her look, blend a taupey-purple shade in your crease and pop a champagne pink shimmer in the center of your lid. It’s easy, glamorous and takes your hazel eyes from subtle to standout. 

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