To best colors that compliment green eyes, are colors from the red to peach scale. Peach works nicely because it brings vibrancy to green eyes. The silvery and cool shades of grey are perfect.
Browns and mauves highlight earth tones of green eyes, and green, in any shade, accent green eyes. Choose the shade of green eyeshadow that best matches your eye color.
Do Use these Eyeshadows for Brown Eyes
Since brown is a neutral color, there are virtually no limits to eyeshadow colors that will compliment brown eyes. The colors that ideally complement brown eyes are deep purples, browns, orange, coppery orange, bright teal, and magenta.
Dark purples give eyes a dramatic look, browns give depth and accentuate eye color. Coppery orange brings warmth and passion. Bright colors like teal, magenta, and cobalt blue bring out a bolt of color.
Do Use these Eyeshadows for Blue Eyes
For blue eyes, use bronze, rust, gold, light pink, orange, or purple. On the color wheel, orange is the natural complementary color to blue. In this range, there is gold, champagne, lavenders, and soft pinks.
Gold or bronze makes blue eyes pop. Champagne is practically made to suit blue eyes which also works as a highlighter. Soft pink and lavender can make blue eyes stand out.
Do Use these Eyeshadows for Hazel Eyes
Since hazel eyes seem to combine green and brown eye color, there are gold and yellow highlights making fuchsia and dark pinks the ideal shadow colors for hazel eyes. But hazel eyes look great with lots of colors too. Mauve, burgundy, deep plum, navy, green, and browns all accent hazel eye color.
Pinks are perfect, the deep reds of burgundy look great on everyone, deep plum and navy dramatize eyes, and greens and browns accentuate hazel orbs.
Do Apply Highlighter This Way
Too much highlighter will make your face look packed on and cakey. Just the right amount of highlighter makes your complexion finish with a pop. Apply a very small amount. The goal is for it to give the face a natural, luminous glow. The best places to add it are just above the cheekbones, down the bridge of the nose, and brow bones. Also, on the inner eye corners.
Overdoing it leads to a fake-looking outcome. Before you start, of course, prime and apply foundation. Set those with powder, then add blush and bronzer.