Eye Makeup Colors for Hazel Eyes
I’m not putting up the whole page as I do not want to infringe any copyrights. But for everyone who has questions regarding eye colors and shadows that will look great with them, I highly recommend checking out Rae Morris’s makeup books. (“Makeup - The Ultimate Guide” and “Express Makeup” both have the detailed charts).
The point is that neutral shades like black, fawn, beige and dark browns work on all eye colors, but apart from that, each eye color also has another set of complementary and intensifying shades, both of which will look good.
For Hazel eyes, specifically, Rae Morris breaks it down into 2 types; True Hazel (slightly green hues mixed in with soft brown), or golden hazel (a light olive-toned brown).
I’m not going to post every single eye chart up here, as it wouldn’t be right to without her permission, so I HIGHLY recommend borrowing or purchasing one of her books just to take a quick look at the eye chart for your specific eye color.
(For every shade there are 2 tones, so it’s actually not easy for me to tell you with a high degree of accuracy what would look good on brown eyes for example. This is as there are warm browns (softer brown with more gold tones) and cool browns (deeper, darker, true brown), and the shades recommended for both are slightly different in undertones, despite the fact that they are both “browns”.
This is by no means saying that you should stick to only these sets of colors. They are just the ones recommended for bringing out the color of your eyes. If that’s not your primary concern, then use whatever colors suit your skin tone, your hair, or your look for the day!