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Make-Up Tips Blue Eyes

Hello! I’m back at it again, finding those little tips/tricks to help you create gorgeous eye make-up. Today I will be giving you some helpful tips to make those blue eyes pop!

All color eyes are beautiful, but blue eyes are something you want to stand out. The right make-up should enhance the natural blue of your eye, not over power or deter from the color.
Try using these colors to help enhance the beauty in your eye.

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1. Orange
Blue eyes typically look beautiful in any and all eye shadows, but warm colors really bring out each and every shade of blue. Orange is one of those colors. Sounds funny, but orange shadow will set your eyes ablaze. Orange and blue are opposites, so it creates a strong contrast.

2. Terra-Cotta/Copper
Layering your lids with a rust colored shadow is the quickest way to draw attention to your blue eyes.

3. Purple
Embrace the idea of purple to really accentuate the color of your eyes. For a trendy fall color, opt for purple over emerald or cobalt, blue eyes can have a tendency of getting lost in blue and green eye shadows. Lavender works great for daytime, try using a deep plum for night.

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4. Bronze or Gold
Using a bronze will help balance the cool tones in your eyes. Also try using gold metallic. The gold will really make your blue eyes pop and really make them look beautiful!

5. Neutral Smokey Eye
The classic black Smokey eye tends to overpower blue eyes rather than make them stand out. Try softening your look with a neutral palette of rich browns, golds, and light pinks.

Other Tips:
*Wear colors opposite of blue on the color wheel (orange, gold, copper, brown)
*Put blue eyeliner in the waterline, which is the lower part of your eye lid, it accents the whiteness of your eyes and enhances the blue with out being overdone.

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Did you find these tips and tricks helpful?
If so, take some photos or videos of your new eye make-up and share them with us!
Remember to play around and have fun…you never know when your going to find something new that works for you!

Make-Up Tips Blue Eyes

Hello! I’m back at it again, finding those little tips/tricks to help you create gorgeous eye make-up. Today I will be giving you some helpful tips to make those blue eyes pop!

All color eyes are beautiful, but blue eyes are something you want to stand out. The right make-up should enhance the natural blue of your eye, not over power or deter from the color.
Try using these colors to help enhance the beauty in your eye.

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1. Orange
Blue eyes typically look beautiful in any and all eye shadows, but warm colors really bring out each and every shade of blue. Orange is one of those colors. Sounds funny, but orange shadow will set your eyes ablaze. Orange and blue are opposites, so it creates a strong contrast.

2. Terra-Cotta/Copper
Layering your lids with a rust colored shadow is the quickest way to draw attention to your blue eyes.

3. Purple
Embrace the idea of purple to really accentuate the color of your eyes. For a trendy fall color, opt for purple over emerald or cobalt, blue eyes can have a tendency of getting lost in blue and green eye shadows. Lavender works great for daytime, try using a deep plum for night.

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4. Bronze or Gold
Using a bronze will help balance the cool tones in your eyes. Also try using gold metallic. The gold will really make your blue eyes pop and really make them look beautiful!

5. Neutral Smokey Eye
The classic black Smokey eye tends to overpower blue eyes rather than make them stand out. Try softening your look with a neutral palette of rich browns, golds, and light pinks.

Other Tips:
*Wear colors opposite of blue on the color wheel (orange, gold, copper, brown)
*Put blue eyeliner in the waterline, which is the lower part of your eye lid, it accents the whiteness of your eyes and enhances the blue with out being overdone.

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Did you find these tips and tricks helpful?
If so, take some photos or videos of your new eye make-up and share them with us!
Remember to play around and have fun…you never know when your going to find something new that works for you!

Make-Up Tips Blue Eyes

Hello! I’m back at it again, finding those little tips/tricks to help you create gorgeous eye make-up. Today I will be giving you some helpful tips to make those blue eyes pop!

All color eyes are beautiful, but blue eyes are something you want to stand out. The right make-up should enhance the natural blue of your eye, not over power or deter from the color.
Try using these colors to help enhance the beauty in your eye.

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1. Orange
Blue eyes typically look beautiful in any and all eye shadows, but warm colors really bring out each and every shade of blue. Orange is one of those colors. Sounds funny, but orange shadow will set your eyes ablaze. Orange and blue are opposites, so it creates a strong contrast.

2. Terra-Cotta/Copper
Layering your lids with a rust colored shadow is the quickest way to draw attention to your blue eyes.

3. Purple
Embrace the idea of purple to really accentuate the color of your eyes. For a trendy fall color, opt for purple over emerald or cobalt, blue eyes can have a tendency of getting lost in blue and green eye shadows. Lavender works great for daytime, try using a deep plum for night.

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4. Bronze or Gold
Using a bronze will help balance the cool tones in your eyes. Also try using gold metallic. The gold will really make your blue eyes pop and really make them look beautiful!

5. Neutral Smokey Eye
The classic black Smokey eye tends to overpower blue eyes rather than make them stand out. Try softening your look with a neutral palette of rich browns, golds, and light pinks.

Other Tips:
*Wear colors opposite of blue on the color wheel (orange, gold, copper, brown)
*Put blue eyeliner in the waterline, which is the lower part of your eye lid, it accents the whiteness of your eyes and enhances the blue with out being overdone.

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Did you find these tips and tricks helpful?
If so, take some photos or videos of your new eye make-up and share them with us!
Remember to play around and have fun…you never know when your going to find something new that works for you!

Make-Up Tips Blue Eyes

Hello! I’m back at it again, finding those little tips/tricks to help you create gorgeous eye make-up. Today I will be giving you some helpful tips to make those blue eyes pop!

All color eyes are beautiful, but blue eyes are something you want to stand out. The right make-up should enhance the natural blue of your eye, not over power or deter from the color.
Try using these colors to help enhance the beauty in your eye.

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1. Orange
Blue eyes typically look beautiful in any and all eye shadows, but warm colors really bring out each and every shade of blue. Orange is one of those colors. Sounds funny, but orange shadow will set your eyes ablaze. Orange and blue are opposites, so it creates a strong contrast.

2. Terra-Cotta/Copper
Layering your lids with a rust colored shadow is the quickest way to draw attention to your blue eyes.

3. Purple
Embrace the idea of purple to really accentuate the color of your eyes. For a trendy fall color, opt for purple over emerald or cobalt, blue eyes can have a tendency of getting lost in blue and green eye shadows. Lavender works great for daytime, try using a deep plum for night.

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4. Bronze or Gold
Using a bronze will help balance the cool tones in your eyes. Also try using gold metallic. The gold will really make your blue eyes pop and really make them look beautiful!

5. Neutral Smokey Eye
The classic black Smokey eye tends to overpower blue eyes rather than make them stand out. Try softening your look with a neutral palette of rich browns, golds, and light pinks.

Other Tips:
*Wear colors opposite of blue on the color wheel (orange, gold, copper, brown)
*Put blue eyeliner in the waterline, which is the lower part of your eye lid, it accents the whiteness of your eyes and enhances the blue with out being overdone.

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Did you find these tips and tricks helpful?
If so, take some photos or videos of your new eye make-up and share them with us!
Remember to play around and have fun…you never know when your going to find something new that works for you!

Make-Up Tips Blue Eyes

Hello! I’m back at it again, finding those little tips/tricks to help you create gorgeous eye make-up. Today I will be giving you some helpful tips to make those blue eyes pop!

All color eyes are beautiful, but blue eyes are something you want to stand out. The right make-up should enhance the natural blue of your eye, not over power or deter from the color.
Try using these colors to help enhance the beauty in your eye.

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1. Orange
Blue eyes typically look beautiful in any and all eye shadows, but warm colors really bring out each and every shade of blue. Orange is one of those colors. Sounds funny, but orange shadow will set your eyes ablaze. Orange and blue are opposites, so it creates a strong contrast.

2. Terra-Cotta/Copper
Layering your lids with a rust colored shadow is the quickest way to draw attention to your blue eyes.

3. Purple
Embrace the idea of purple to really accentuate the color of your eyes. For a trendy fall color, opt for purple over emerald or cobalt, blue eyes can have a tendency of getting lost in blue and green eye shadows. Lavender works great for daytime, try using a deep plum for night.

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4. Bronze or Gold
Using a bronze will help balance the cool tones in your eyes. Also try using gold metallic. The gold will really make your blue eyes pop and really make them look beautiful!

5. Neutral Smokey Eye
The classic black Smokey eye tends to overpower blue eyes rather than make them stand out. Try softening your look with a neutral palette of rich browns, golds, and light pinks.

Other Tips:
*Wear colors opposite of blue on the color wheel (orange, gold, copper, brown)
*Put blue eyeliner in the waterline, which is the lower part of your eye lid, it accents the whiteness of your eyes and enhances the blue with out being overdone.

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Did you find these tips and tricks helpful?
If so, take some photos or videos of your new eye make-up and share them with us!
Remember to play around and have fun…you never know when your going to find something new that works for you!

Make-Up Tips Blue Eyes

Hello! I’m back at it again, finding those little tips/tricks to help you create gorgeous eye make-up. Today I will be giving you some helpful tips to make those blue eyes pop!

All color eyes are beautiful, but blue eyes are something you want to stand out. The right make-up should enhance the natural blue of your eye, not over power or deter from the color.
Try using these colors to help enhance the beauty in your eye.

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1. Orange
Blue eyes typically look beautiful in any and all eye shadows, but warm colors really bring out each and every shade of blue. Orange is one of those colors. Sounds funny, but orange shadow will set your eyes ablaze. Orange and blue are opposites, so it creates a strong contrast.

2. Terra-Cotta/Copper
Layering your lids with a rust colored shadow is the quickest way to draw attention to your blue eyes.

3. Purple
Embrace the idea of purple to really accentuate the color of your eyes. For a trendy fall color, opt for purple over emerald or cobalt, blue eyes can have a tendency of getting lost in blue and green eye shadows. Lavender works great for daytime, try using a deep plum for night.

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4. Bronze or Gold
Using a bronze will help balance the cool tones in your eyes. Also try using gold metallic. The gold will really make your blue eyes pop and really make them look beautiful!

5. Neutral Smokey Eye
The classic black Smokey eye tends to overpower blue eyes rather than make them stand out. Try softening your look with a neutral palette of rich browns, golds, and light pinks.

Other Tips:
*Wear colors opposite of blue on the color wheel (orange, gold, copper, brown)
*Put blue eyeliner in the waterline, which is the lower part of your eye lid, it accents the whiteness of your eyes and enhances the blue with out being overdone.

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Did you find these tips and tricks helpful?
If so, take some photos or videos of your new eye make-up and share them with us!
Remember to play around and have fun…you never know when your going to find something new that works for you!

Make-Up Tips Blue Eyes

Hello! I’m back at it again, finding those little tips/tricks to help you create gorgeous eye make-up. Today I will be giving you some helpful tips to make those blue eyes pop!

All color eyes are beautiful, but blue eyes are something you want to stand out. The right make-up should enhance the natural blue of your eye, not over power or deter from the color.
Try using these colors to help enhance the beauty in your eye.

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1. Orange
Blue eyes typically look beautiful in any and all eye shadows, but warm colors really bring out each and every shade of blue. Orange is one of those colors. Sounds funny, but orange shadow will set your eyes ablaze. Orange and blue are opposites, so it creates a strong contrast.

2. Terra-Cotta/Copper
Layering your lids with a rust colored shadow is the quickest way to draw attention to your blue eyes.

3. Purple
Embrace the idea of purple to really accentuate the color of your eyes. For a trendy fall color, opt for purple over emerald or cobalt, blue eyes can have a tendency of getting lost in blue and green eye shadows. Lavender works great for daytime, try using a deep plum for night.

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4. Bronze or Gold
Using a bronze will help balance the cool tones in your eyes. Also try using gold metallic. The gold will really make your blue eyes pop and really make them look beautiful!

5. Neutral Smokey Eye
The classic black Smokey eye tends to overpower blue eyes rather than make them stand out. Try softening your look with a neutral palette of rich browns, golds, and light pinks.

Other Tips:
*Wear colors opposite of blue on the color wheel (orange, gold, copper, brown)
*Put blue eyeliner in the waterline, which is the lower part of your eye lid, it accents the whiteness of your eyes and enhances the blue with out being overdone.

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Did you find these tips and tricks helpful?
If so, take some photos or videos of your new eye make-up and share them with us!
Remember to play around and have fun…you never know when your going to find something new that works for you!

Make-Up Tips Blue Eyes

Hello! I’m back at it again, finding those little tips/tricks to help you create gorgeous eye make-up. Today I will be giving you some helpful tips to make those blue eyes pop!

All color eyes are beautiful, but blue eyes are something you want to stand out. The right make-up should enhance the natural blue of your eye, not over power or deter from the color.
Try using these colors to help enhance the beauty in your eye.

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1. Orange
Blue eyes typically look beautiful in any and all eye shadows, but warm colors really bring out each and every shade of blue. Orange is one of those colors. Sounds funny, but orange shadow will set your eyes ablaze. Orange and blue are opposites, so it creates a strong contrast.

2. Terra-Cotta/Copper
Layering your lids with a rust colored shadow is the quickest way to draw attention to your blue eyes.

3. Purple
Embrace the idea of purple to really accentuate the color of your eyes. For a trendy fall color, opt for purple over emerald or cobalt, blue eyes can have a tendency of getting lost in blue and green eye shadows. Lavender works great for daytime, try using a deep plum for night.

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4. Bronze or Gold
Using a bronze will help balance the cool tones in your eyes. Also try using gold metallic. The gold will really make your blue eyes pop and really make them look beautiful!

5. Neutral Smokey Eye
The classic black Smokey eye tends to overpower blue eyes rather than make them stand out. Try softening your look with a neutral palette of rich browns, golds, and light pinks.

Other Tips:
*Wear colors opposite of blue on the color wheel (orange, gold, copper, brown)
*Put blue eyeliner in the waterline, which is the lower part of your eye lid, it accents the whiteness of your eyes and enhances the blue with out being overdone.

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Did you find these tips and tricks helpful?
If so, take some photos or videos of your new eye make-up and share them with us!
Remember to play around and have fun…you never know when your going to find something new that works for you!

Make-Up Tips Blue Eyes

Hello! I’m back at it again, finding those little tips/tricks to help you create gorgeous eye make-up. Today I will be giving you some helpful tips to make those blue eyes pop!

All color eyes are beautiful, but blue eyes are something you want to stand out. The right make-up should enhance the natural blue of your eye, not over power or deter from the color.
Try using these colors to help enhance the beauty in your eye.

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1. Orange
Blue eyes typically look beautiful in any and all eye shadows, but warm colors really bring out each and every shade of blue. Orange is one of those colors. Sounds funny, but orange shadow will set your eyes ablaze. Orange and blue are opposites, so it creates a strong contrast.

2. Terra-Cotta/Copper
Layering your lids with a rust colored shadow is the quickest way to draw attention to your blue eyes.

3. Purple
Embrace the idea of purple to really accentuate the color of your eyes. For a trendy fall color, opt for purple over emerald or cobalt, blue eyes can have a tendency of getting lost in blue and green eye shadows. Lavender works great for daytime, try using a deep plum for night.

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4. Bronze or Gold
Using a bronze will help balance the cool tones in your eyes. Also try using gold metallic. The gold will really make your blue eyes pop and really make them look beautiful!

5. Neutral Smokey Eye
The classic black Smokey eye tends to overpower blue eyes rather than make them stand out. Try softening your look with a neutral palette of rich browns, golds, and light pinks.

Other Tips:
*Wear colors opposite of blue on the color wheel (orange, gold, copper, brown)
*Put blue eyeliner in the waterline, which is the lower part of your eye lid, it accents the whiteness of your eyes and enhances the blue with out being overdone.

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Did you find these tips and tricks helpful?
If so, take some photos or videos of your new eye make-up and share them with us!
Remember to play around and have fun…you never know when your going to find something new that works for you!

Make-Up Tips Blue Eyes

Hello! I’m back at it again, finding those little tips/tricks to help you create gorgeous eye make-up. Today I will be giving you some helpful tips to make those blue eyes pop!

All color eyes are beautiful, but blue eyes are something you want to stand out. The right make-up should enhance the natural blue of your eye, not over power or deter from the color.
Try using these colors to help enhance the beauty in your eye.

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1. Orange
Blue eyes typically look beautiful in any and all eye shadows, but warm colors really bring out each and every shade of blue. Orange is one of those colors. Sounds funny, but orange shadow will set your eyes ablaze. Orange and blue are opposites, so it creates a strong contrast.

2. Terra-Cotta/Copper
Layering your lids with a rust colored shadow is the quickest way to draw attention to your blue eyes.

3. Purple
Embrace the idea of purple to really accentuate the color of your eyes. For a trendy fall color, opt for purple over emerald or cobalt, blue eyes can have a tendency of getting lost in blue and green eye shadows. Lavender works great for daytime, try using a deep plum for night.

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4. Bronze or Gold
Using a bronze will help balance the cool tones in your eyes. Also try using gold metallic. The gold will really make your blue eyes pop and really make them look beautiful!

5. Neutral Smokey Eye
The classic black Smokey eye tends to overpower blue eyes rather than make them stand out. Try softening your look with a neutral palette of rich browns, golds, and light pinks.

Other Tips:
*Wear colors opposite of blue on the color wheel (orange, gold, copper, brown)
*Put blue eyeliner in the waterline, which is the lower part of your eye lid, it accents the whiteness of your eyes and enhances the blue with out being overdone.

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Did you find these tips and tricks helpful?
If so, take some photos or videos of your new eye make-up and share them with us!
Remember to play around and have fun…you never know when your going to find something new that works for you!