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Bright Colors - For your eyes only!

Updated on October 3, 2012

Fall 2012 is all about bright colors. Bid adieu to your no makeup look and welcome this winter season with some burst of vibrant colors. A makeup remains incomplete if your eyes are not highlighted well. A beautifully done eye make can turn you into a damsel diva. So, add some charm and charisma to your appearance with some magical strokes of colorful eye shadow.

Fall 2012 is all about bright colors. Bid adieu to your no makeup look and welcome this winter season with some burst of vibrant colors. A makeup remains incomplete if your eyes are not highlighted well. A beautifully done eye make can turn you into a damsel diva. So, add some charm and charisma to your appearance with some magical strokes of colorful eye shadow.

Add some freshness to your new winter makeup looks with latest eye shadow colors that range from peacock-blues, emerald greens, orchid purples, tango tangerines well blended with daring crimson pouts. Though bright and loud eye shadow colors remain the biggest trend for this chilly season, expect to witness some more eye makeup trend in form of winged liner in bold hues of blue, green and purple. For some extra impact, one can also enhance eyes with pale blue gray shadow with a dab of metallic gloss.

Smoky Eye Shadow
Smoky Eye Shadow

Purple Eye Shadow

Treat your eyes with royalty. Some brush strokes of purple will be everywhere. Orchid purple Smokey eyes flatter almost all skin tones. Purple is this year’s ‘it’ shade in eye makeup. Shimmery lavenders, bold eggplants and sheer plums are all worth a try.

Orange Eye Shadow
Orange Eye Shadow

Orange Eye Shadow

If you’re daring, orange is the shade for you. Shades of orange like burnt orange and tangerine in eye shadow makeup looks best when worn during the day and evening. If you’re confident enough, embrace this shade with élan and poise. One can team it up with a white dress for maximum impact.

Blue Eye Shadow

Add an elegant impression with blue eye shadow. Blue peacock eye shadow trend was everywhere on the fall-winter runways. Blend in some blue, emerald and amethyst hues to create magic of peacock plume and you’ll make a statement that will be gorgeous!

Emerald Eye Shadow

Decorate your eyes with shades of emerald and wear it with a vibrant color dress to make it look impactful. Experiment with the different hues of green. One with fairer skin can work wonders with pastel greens; ones blessed with naturally tanned dusky complexion can look divalicious with emerald eye shadow; blue green shades works best for olive skin; and forest green with accents of gold blends well with dark skin.

Silver/Gold Eye Shadow

A little bit of bling is what you require to pep up your makeup. All time favorite color that works for all season – silver & gold. Sparkling golden or silver eye shadow is perfect for those who want to look simple. Whether you're a biker gal or a glam goddess, this versatile color trend will take you back to the era of '20s with a contemporary twist.

The year 2012 is about highlighting your facial features with different hues. So, play around with different shades of makeup because color is back!

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