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Blue Eye Makeup Tutorials

Updated on September 7, 2014

Easy and Flawless Makeup Ideas For Blue Eyes

Are you looking for some fun ways to dress up your blue eyes? This page is perfect for you. I have included pictures of my own eyes to show you some different looks with eye shadows and eyeliners. You can find other links as well such as live videos to show you more blue eye makeup tutorials. There are tons of ways to make your blue eyes pop and sparkle whether you want an everyday look or a night out on the town look! Scroll down to get inspired :)

How Bronzes Make Blue Eyes Pop

Before Makeup:

This is me with zero makeup right out of the shower. As you can see my eyelashes are horrid and my under eyes are reddish. Makeup to the rescue!

After Makeup:

As you can see my under eyes look fresher with the help of Maybelline New York Instant Age Rewind Eraser Dark Circles Treatment Concealer. Read below to find out what else I used to create this look.

1. Sun Goddess Milani eyeshadow

I first applied sun goddess all over my eyelid.

2. Spice Milani eyeshadow

I then put spice on the outer corners of my eyes and blended working my way up.

3. Urban Decay Maui Wowie eyeshadow

To add a little "pop" I applied maui wowie to the inner corner of my eye (see sparkly effect).

4. Maybelline Black Gel eyeliner

Using my black gel eyeliner I drew a line starting from the middle of my eyelash line to the outer part bringing the ends upward. Repeat but apply the liner to the lower lash line.

5. Lashblast Fusion Mascara

Last but not least, I applied two coats of lashblast mascara making everything tie together!

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Almay Eyeshadow Look

With this look I used the compact ALMAY Intense I-Color Satin-I Kit, Blue which I really liked! It's nice you can make the colors more vibrant by using a wet brush or just use the plain brush they provide, dry. Apply more dark browns if you are going out at night or don't for a natural work day look!

I applied the bronze color all over my lids.

Lined my eyes with Maybelline's New York Line Express eyeliner.

I used the darker brown color on the outer lids.

Applied two coats of Lashblast covergirl mascara.

I put the light gold color (with a wet brush) on my inner eyes. Done!

The Product I used!

ALMAY Intense I-Color Satin-I Kit, Blue
ALMAY Intense I-Color Satin-I Kit, Blue

Easy as 1, 2, 3 when applying!

 

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What makeup colors makes your blue eyes pop?

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      SomniMax 

      5 years ago

      Amazing!! Thanks for these beautiful tips!

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      beautybyaida 

      5 years ago

      Lovely videooo, check my fashion squidoo x http://www.squidoo.com//beautybyaida xx

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      a2zlifestyle 

      5 years ago

      Lovely make-up tutorials1Thanks for sharing.

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      HeatherWielding 

      5 years ago

      I like black all the way, but this totally gave me ideas on how to brighten up my look with lighter colours :)

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      RetroMom 

      5 years ago

      thank you for sharing.

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      Fridayonmymind LM 

      5 years ago

      Love the photos.

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      kellygibson 

      5 years ago

      Thanks for sharing... Nice Eye Makeup Tutorials...

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      sbaiju 

      5 years ago

      i think contrast will always make any color pop out IMO we could use some gold,silver or browns shade make blue eye pop out

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      innlendsk43 

      5 years ago

      wow. I will apply it and will see the result.thanks

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      MissMalaprop 

      5 years ago

      I have blue eyes, and for every day use, I do a lot of bronze tones. But sometimes I'll do something in a pink, lavender or orange tone for a fun day time shade. I also like purples and greys for a night-time smokey eye look.

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      CatCave 

      5 years ago

      Definitely golds and bronzes, sometimes a shimmery brown works well too. Great ideas here - thanks :) x

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