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asmith16 asked:

09 Dec 2008

How can I make my eyes really pop?

I have hazel green eyes, and I like some more extravagent looks.. butttt i'm not sure how to do any of them lol. If any one has any ideas it would be greattt!!! :-)

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serrafinosixx1211

serrafinosixx1211 says:

Posted on 09 Dec 2008

it seems like we have similar eye colours.

there are three things that i do.

1. get your eyes in the sunlight as much as possible, to give off a reflecting cat-like look

2. use BOLD eyeliner. go for more than just black, even though it is normal. try purple or blue or see what works for your skin tone as well

3. use BOLD eyeshadow. try playing with shading bold blues, fading to white, and add a little flick up from the corner of your eye to the end of your eyebrow like hayley williams of paramore in the crushcrushcrush video

angelscrush

angelscrush says:

Posted on 10 Dec 2008

follow the steps below for a few clothing and makeup tips.



# Stay away from the color blue. When choosing your eye shadows, blue is a definite no. It has a tendency to give a washed out look to hazel eyes. The same can be said for your wardrobe, so try to lean towards other colors.



## Pick neutral tones of eyeshadow; such as, browns and deep greens. Purples, pinks and rose colors are also a good choice for hazel eyes. Try to steer clear of colors that are too vibrant, that may clash with your color. Stay natural.



# Try a frosted lipstick. If you haven't yet taken the plunge and tried frosts, go for it! Frosted lipsticks have the ability to make hazel eyes really sparkle. Shade doesn't matter, but the frostier the better.



# Try some red highlights. If you would like to add some brightness to your hair, and really draw attention to your hazel eyes, some red highlights should do the trick.



# Try some red highlights. If you would like to add some brightness to your hair, and really draw attention to your hazel eyes, some red highlights should do the trick.



# Get some purple clothes. If you are looking to make some changes to your wardrobe and enhance your hazel eyes at the same time, think purple. Also think about adding some golds, browns, tans, and any shade of green. These clothing colors will really make hazel eyes stand out.

mixie

mixie says:

Posted on 11 Dec 2008

It seems like you have a very similar eye color to the Youtube sensation, Panacea81. I watch her make-up tutorials all the time, and you might wanna check it out too for some new ideas. :]



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nLs6oA4oq8o



I took a still picture from the video I linked above, to give you at least one idea. It's more of a "going out" look than an "everyday look." However, her video is almost 14 minutes long, so if you don't wanna watch the whole thing, here are the basics:



-Use a shimmery bronze base all over the lid right up to the brow bone.

-Blend a dark green along the eyelid

-Dab a tiny amount of light green or white on the inner corner of the eyelid to make eyes pop.

-Accent with eyeliner and mascara.



I think it'd look really great. :]

mixie

mixie says:

Posted on 11 Dec 2008

It seems like you have a very similar eye color to the Youtube sensation, Panacea81. I watch her make-up tutorials all the time, and you might wanna check it out too for some new ideas. :]



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nLs6oA4oq8o



I took a still picture from the video I linked above, to give you at least one idea. It's more of a "going out" look than an "everyday look." However, her video is almost 14 minutes long, so if you don't wanna watch the whole thing, here are the basics:



-Use a shimmery bronze base all over the lid right up to the brow bone.

-Blend a dark green along the eyelid

-Dab a tiny amount of light green or white on the inner corner of the eyelid to make eyes pop.

-Accent with eyeliner and mascara.



I think it'd look really great. :]

mixie

mixie says:

Posted on 11 Dec 2008

Eek, and I'm sorry that posted twice. *Sigh*

I have no luck with computers.

But while I'm at it,

You should also check out Panacea81's "Demi Lovato 'Get Back'" video. It's just so pretty.



Here's a pic!

emiina

emiina says:

Posted on 12 Dec 2008

If you go to google or youtube and just type in how to do smokey eyes and so on...it gives some awesome ideasss..it helped me a bunches!!


killahhh_d

killahhh_d says:

Posted on 13 Dec 2008

light purple on the lid ith a dark purple in the crease.then take a dark green and apply it to the outside corner in the top lid.use brown eyeliner not black

bitchimastar

bitchimastar says:

Posted on 15 Dec 2008

my eyes are kindof the same color but theyre greyish green. i tried the purple contrast but it doesnt really do much for me so i dicovered that more of a shimmery aqua color eyeshadow really brings them out, and then i apply some yellow at the inner corners and put liquid top liner getting thicker at the outer ends. your eyes are a little darker than mine so id reccoment a darker blue eyeshadow. and maybe just apply some eyeliner to the inside of your lids rather than the whole thing. usually my eye color pops the most when i go makeupless and eyeliner just drowns it.

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