When it comes to finding the perfect eye shadow and/or eye liner color that EVERY skin tone can wear, the answer would have to be BROWN!
It's a lot easier to pull off a brown eye shadow than a green eye shadow! And brown doesn't have to be boring, oh no, brown can do a lot for you (and I'm not talking about UPS either).
Now I know telling you to pick out a brown shadow is like asking you to pick out a great neutral tan paint color for your new kitchen from a Sherwin-Williams paint fan- there's a lot to choose from and it can get slightly overwhelming finding the perfect neutral paint!!
So to help out with any confusion, there are certain shades of brown to look for in your shadow or liner that compliment every eye color. Here's a quick cheat sheet:
Green Eyes- If you've got green or hazel eyes like Nicole Richie, look for browns with a hint of yellow undertones such as the color khaki or caramel.
*Jenny Sue Tip* for Color - "Sparkle"
Blue Eyes- If your peepers look like Reese's ocean colored eyes, check out browns on the lighter side with a gold tint(like sand) or browns with a greyish purple tint (taupes) .
*Jenny Sue Tip* for Color - "Summer" for sand color and "Grace" for taupe
Brown Eyes- If you associate yourself with Jessica Alba's dark chocolate eyes, you can wear almost any shade of brown, but to make the best impact choose browns on the darker side with a charcoal tint so as not to get too matchy match with your eye color!
*Jenny Sue Tip* for Color - "Espresso" or "Twig"
Stila Eye Shadow pans are some of my all time favorite shadows because they can be used dry or wet. You can choose to wear these as shadow on your lids, or wet your liner brush and just sweep it next to your lash line for an easy eye liner. My picks from the Stila line for your specific eye color are listed above.
Brown is considered a "safe" shade, but with all the great options out there with depth and shine and sparkle, it can be anything but boring. Brown can be your new best makeup friend;-)