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jadorejuicy14

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jadorejuicy14 asked:

02 Jan 2011

Makeup ideas/tips for hazel eyes and dark brown/black hair.

I dyed my hair from medium brown to dark brown, which it looks black.

And my skin tone is light olive.

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xxbeauty_from_painxx

xxbeauty_from_painxx says:

Posted on 02 Jan 2011

I would use bronze eyeshadow with a little bit of olive green shadow. Use it however you want. And black mascara. You could use a little bit of eyeliner on your top lid, and if you have the right eye shape put it on your bottom lid too.

jod_mets

jod_mets says:

Posted on 02 Jan 2011

Hazel eyes, which I have too can let you do so much especially your hair color. The dark will always make hazel eyes pop! But i attached some photos of what you could do and the different colors that usually make them look bigger, brighter and sexy!

foreverflawless

foreverflawless says:

Posted on 03 Jan 2011

i love doing makeup on hazel eyes! its so simple, all you need is a couple of different greens, browns, almost bronze colours. with the greens, obviously you dont want full on lime green and fluoro if your looking for an everyday look..
as you can see in the photos below, but the lighter colour towards the inside of the eye (closest to the nose) and blend your way to the outer eye.
black mascara's really good for a more sharp, dramatic look. otherwise brown is a softer more subtle option.
i'm blonde with blue eyes so i also have to learn what i can and cant put on my eyes!

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