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If you gravitate toward shades of slate gray and metallic silver, try a golden green instead. The color adds more dimension to a smoky eye, and a cream formula will ensure you get the most pay-off.
A coppery green eyeshadow in a plush formula that won't budge once you swipe it on.
Take a cue from Yara Shahidi and her makeup artist Emily Cheng: layer an eyeshadow over an eyeliner to get the most pigment and staying power.
Makeup artist Emily Cheng used the blue shade in this Pat McGrath palette, called Blue Blitz, to create the look on Shahidi.
Makeup artist Katie Jane Hughes makes wearing a rainbow eye look so effortless (though we all know it's not). If you're looking for makeup inspiration, sometimes all you need to do is pull out one eyeshadow palette and use every color if offers.
Hughes mixed and blended every shade from this Bodyography palette to get her hazy rainbow eye look.
A pastel, cornflower blue eyeshadow has a retro,' 60s quality to it, so we love how Lily Collins leaned in and paired the look with spidery lashes, nude lips, and perfectly coiffed hair.
If Kylie Jenner says red-hot shades of terracotta and orange areinfor summer 2019—then guess what? You're about to see it everywhere.
The new Kylie Cosmetics Summer palette has every warm-toned eyeshadow shade you could ever need.
Makeup artist Hung Vanngo created this jaw-dropping cobalt eye look on model Jasmine Sanders for last month's CFDA Awards.
Vanngo, who often works with Marc Jacobs Beauty, reached for the blue eyeshadows in this palette.
Yellow eyeshadow is hard to wear but easy to love. We're a fan of how Bella Hadid and her makeup artist Patrick Ta made the look monochromatic—it makes the eyes seem more intentional.
You won't find a more pigmented or blendable yellow eyeshadow for less than anywhere else.
We wish every celebrity was as adventurous with their makeup as Pom Klementieff. She never shies away from a statement-making eye, and it makes all her red carpet looks even cooler.
An eyeshadow stick is impossible to mess up: just scribble it on like a Crayola, then smudge it with your finger.
It takes a true artist to mirror the exact metallic shades of Priyanka Chopra's sequin outfit as an eyeshadow moment, and that artist's name is Pati Dubroff.
Not all colors have to read with the intensity of a permanent marker. We love how Amandla Stenberg's BET Awards eye look was a mix of fuchsia and lilac, but applied like a watercolor for the softest, prettiest impact.
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