Best eyeshadow for each hair color

Choosing the best eyeshadow for your hair color is key to bringing the most attention to your gorgeous face! Follow these guidelines to help you choose the shades that best suit you!

*For best results and ease of application, use lighter colors for light skin, medium colors for medium skin, and darker colors for dark skin.

Medium skin with brown hair and eyes. Golden brown eyeshadows and pink berry lipBROWN HAIR

Light brown hair looks best with a natural flesh color base (for a natural look), all taupe, yellow brown, medium to dark gray brown, light green, yellow green, eggshell, buff, and cream hues work perfectly as well!

For medium brown and dark brown hair use the same hues as the above but in a darker shades!

red head beauty close upRED HAIR

Red hair looks good with a natural flesh color base that can stand alone or with any of these colors added: all taupes, deep greens, dark warm browns, powder blue, brick, copper, eggshell, buff, cream, and pale reds. You can also use iridescent or matte shadows in yellow, red-orange, copper, bronze, warm brass, strawberry, and red-gold.

AUBURN HAIR

Auburn hair looks great with a natural flesh colored base that can stand alone or with any of these colors: all taupes, fair greens, light to medium warm browns, all gray greens, strawberry, rust, terra cotta, adobe, eggshell, buff, and cream. You can also use iridescent or matte shadows in reds, yellows, rust-golds, and orange.

Hair and makeup by www.jenniferleejohnson.comBlack hair
Black hair looks good with a natural flesh color base that can stand alone or with any of these colors added: all cream colors, all eggshell colors, dark gray browns, flat steel and gunmetal colors, periwinkle, midnight browns, onyx and blacks, and all dark iridescents.
Makuep and hairstyling by Jennifer Lee JohnsonBlonde hair

Blonde hair looks good with a natural flesh color base that can stand alone or with any of these colors added: cream, light to medium gray, light to medium buff, light powder blue, light powder green, iridescent pearl, iridescent yellow-gold, antique gold, and all taupes.

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