So pretty!

Shimmery bright eyes

gold dust & turquoise smoky cat eye

Step by step...mk mineral eye colors... coal, granite, polishes stone... highlight with glistening gold and blend... use gel eye liner in black and smudge, ultimate mascara and voila!

i have blue eyes and its really hard to find a good way to do my eye make up this is so helpful

Smoky eye, peachy lips and cheeks.

teal smokey eye

Maybe replace the drastic dark brown wih light pink and no black eyeliner just white

Perfect the timeless cat eye by following this detailed pictorial. Get the must have products needed to create this sexy flick.

Gorgeous!

Eye popping make up tutorial

Pretty

Eyes

natural smokey eye :: - I'm not sure if I can feel truly dressed up without a full black ring around my eye courtesy of my trusty black eyeliner, but this is pretty enough to make me want to try.

Looking for simple ways to make your baby blues POP? If you dare your bold choices will be golds, peaches, and coppers. And contrary to what you have been told, just because you have blue eyes doesn’t mean you should avoid blue shadows! Blue eye shadow, liner and similar shades, such as grey and silver, all work very well together. Simply swap your eyeliner to navy from black and you will get a softer look instantly. Read on as eBay shares the secrets of finding the best makeup for blue eyes...

Sparkly Silver Smoky Eye Makeup Tutorial

Gold smoky eye with liquid eyeliner

Shimmery white eye shadow in inner corner for a highlight, med. shimmer brown on lid for a base color, bronze brown in crease and a little extended, line upper and lower waterline with black eye liner, smudge out with grey/black eye shadow, create a small wing on outer corner with shadow and apply black mascara.

Great smoky eye. *Would be pretty with plum!!

Steel blue & brown eye: - MAC Paint Pot in “Soft Ochre” (entire lid) - Inglot E/S Matte in “351″ (apply as a wash on entire lid) - MAC Pro Pigment in “Steel Blue” (apply wet on lower lid using a sponge-tipped applicator and MAC Pro Water Base Mixing Medium)

I would love to do this, but do it mostly black, with a just a bit of grey and white.