Eye Makeup For Light Brown Eyes

Rose Gold Eyeshadow

Rose gold is a shade that looks good on everyone, but when you really want to bring those big brown eyes forward, this wonderful color will do the job. This is a shade which is quite neutral so based on the occasion and time, you can build it up or tone it down.

You Will Need

  • Nude brown eyeshadow
  • Mauve eyeshadow
  • Rosegold eyeshadow
  • Eyeliner
  • False lashes

How To Get This Look

  • Use a brown nude shade for the transition in the crease.
  • Apply a slightly mauve shade in the outer corner.
  • Use a rose gold shade for the eyelid and the inner corner.
  • Apply liner and finish with some false lashes.

Soft Brown Eyeshadow

I understand that matching is a thing of the past. However, this is one of those few times where matching things is okay. The soft brown eyeshadow complements the light brown in your eyes and looks very natural. This is perfect for an everyday look.

You Will Need

  • Tape
  • Soft brown eyeshadow
  • Brown eyeliner
  • Mascara

 

How To Get This Look

  • Place a piece of tape along your lash line so that you can create a sharp wing with the eyeshadow.
  • Use a soft brown shade all over your eyelid.
  • Apply a brown liner on your upper lash line and blend it out.
  • Remove the tape, finish with some mascara, and that’s all!

Taupe Eyeshadow

Taupe is basically a gray toned shade with purple undertones. This is a cool toned color that looks incredibly lovely if you have light brown eyes. You can dress this look up or down based on the occasion. Add a dramatic cat eye, and you’ve got yourself something fancy. If you’re all about that casual, then just apply mascara and line the lower lash line.

You Will Need

  • Brown eyeshadow
  • Silvery white eyeshadow
  • Dark brown eyeshadow
  • Silvery purple glitter pigments
  • Eyeliner
  • False lashes

How To Get This Look

  • Apply brown into the crease.
  • Use a silvery white shade from the inner corner to the middle of the eyelid.
  • Apply dark brown to the outer corner and blend well.
  • Add some silvery purple glitter pigments to the center of the eyelid.
  • Finish with a cat liner and some false lashes.