While the brown eyes are the most common eye color in the world, it is considered lucky in makeup. Almost all colors can be paired with it. Women can play around different colors and shades to showcase their eyes. Catherine Zeta-Jones, Jessica Alba, Kim Kardashian, Natalie Portman, and Anne Hathaway are just a few celebrities who have brown eyes. These celebrities carved their names in Hollywood not only with their skills and talent but with their unbeatable beauty. Hop along as we uncover different makeup tutorials for brown eyes from natural to dark and sultry!
Gorgeous Makeup Tutorials for Your Stunning Brown Eyes
1. Everyday Makeup Tutorial
First off our list is an all-girl favorite makeup. The natural everyday makeup look. This everyday makeup look can be paired with almost every type of lip color. Be it nude, fuschia pink, or berry pink.
2. Easy Smokey Eye Tutorial
This tutorial is perfect for everyone looking for a simple, all-in-one smokey eye makeup. Too easy that even beginners will have no problems achieving it!
3. Sexy Smokey Eye Makeup Tutorial
Alright, this eye makeup tutorial is so sexy and sophisticated! Settle with a light and subtle lip color and you’re good to go! Follow the step-by-step tutorial and you’ll achieve a gorgeous-looking smokey eye makeup perfect for night outs and parties.
4. Dramatic Gold Eye Makeup Tutorial
This gold eye makeup tutorial for brown eyes is as dramatic as it can be. Pair it up with red cream or matte lipstick and you’re sure to steal the spotlight!
5. Sultry Shadowed Cat Eye
For a simple and soft daytime look, follow this simple sultry shadowed cat eye tutorial by Lulu. It’s a girly look which makes your eyes brighter and prettier.
6. Violet Smokey Eye
This makeup tutorial is perfect if you want a day to night time makeup look. Just add a little bit of dark eyeshadow and you’re ready for a night out with your workmates! Like it? Follow the full tutorial here.
7. Mint Eye Makeup
This mint eye makeup will bring a fresher and brighter look in your eyes. Who said sexy smokey eyes for brown eyes can only be achieved by dark eyeshadow colors?
8. Dark Violet Eyeshadow
How To Do It:
- Apply primer of choice.
- Get a dark or black eyeshadow color and apply on the outer lid.
- Using a lighter eyeshadow color, brighten the inner lid meeting halfway with the black eyeshadow.
- Make sure to blend well.
- With a purple eyeshadow, highlight your crease and blend well.
- Apply a little bit of dark eyeshadow on the outer lower lash line using the brush you used in applying the dark eyeshadow.
- Doing the same process with Step 6, apply a lighter color to your inner lower lash line.
- Finish it off with your favorite gel liner and apply mascara to your top and lower lashes.
Tip: Best paired with nude or matte pink lipstick.
9. Holiday Shimmer Eye Makeup Tutorial
This sweet and simple holiday eye makeup look is perfect just for any occasion. You can also wear this for a wedding and other special occasions.
10. Sparkling Peacock Eye Makeup Tutorial
This eye makeup tutorial is just a proof that anyone with brown eyes can play with different colors. For a more vibrant color and to minimize glitter fall, apply it with a damped brush.
11. Rose Gold Eyeshadow
If you love rose gold and would like to wear it as eye makeup then this tutorial is the best for you! Take on this hot color with a few simple steps.
Watch this video tutorial by Teni Panosian and learn how she makes her brown eyes look more fabulous with a brown smokey eye makeup:
There you go, ladies! With the gift of having brown eyes and a few basic steps in applying eyeshadow, never be afraid to play with colors. Try all of these eye makeup tutorials to see which one perfectly fits you!
Which of these makeup tutorials for brown eyes is your favorite? Let us know in the comments section below!
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Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on March 12, 2017, and has been updated for quality and relevancy.
Originally posted on March 12, 2017 @ 3:00 AM