Unlike bold oranges or yellows, a layer of brown wrapped around the eyes provides subtle warmth without appearing over-the-top.
Simply sweep a matte terracotta or cocoa shade onto your lids and lower lashlines. To brighten your eyes even more, try dusting an iridescent champagne shadow onto the inner corners like beauty blogger Raye Boyce did here. Looking to cop the look? Morphe’s 350 Eyeshadow Palette is your one-stop shop.
If you’re willing to put in a little extra shadow work, sunset eyes are the look of the summer. Here, beauty blogger Roxette Arisa Howe rocks yellow, pink, and purple on top of a dramatic cat-eye.
If you told us we’d be obsessed with orange makeup a year ago, we would have looked at you like you were crazy. Pink? Sure. Blue? Totally. But orange has historically been a color we’ve deemed hard to wear, that is, until now.
Countless celebrity renditions of the trend have proven that orange can be super wearable, just take Joan Smalls’ burnt sienna version or blogger Jaclyn Hill’s look. And achieving the same effect at home couldn’t be easier thanks to an onslaught of orange-toned makeup that has hit the market recently. Our favorite on-a-budget version? Elf Cosmetics’ Mad For Matte 2 Palette.
Yellow makeup isn’t for the faint of heart but those bold enough to wear it will love its punchy effect on the eyes. Wear it solo or pair it with a dusting of copper shadow on your lower lashline for even more definition.