We rounded up the coolest ‘redhead friendly’ approved spring eyeshadow looks to try this spring, from earth-toned colors to blush hues. Scroll on for our top favorite ‘redhead friendly’ eyeshadow ideas we’ve been adding to our cart.
1. Make your eyes blush
Blush on your eyelids is such an effortless monochromatic look – just don’t overdo it! Sweep a bit on your lids after applying to your cheekbones. It’ll make your eyes pop! Revlon Eyes, Cheeks + Lips Pallet, Romantic Nudes offers a wide variety of versatile blush and shadow shades.
2. You’ve got the blues
In a good way! Opt for a blue shadow to really make your light or dark eyes shine bright. Pair it with a nude lip and you’ll be good to go. Try Colourpop Blue Moon Eyeshadow Palette or essence WATER Eyeshadow Palette.
3. Can’t go wrong with earth-toned colors
Honestly, earth-toned shadows are easy-to-use, blendable and can be worn day and night. We’ve been loving Urban Decay Naked3 Eyeshadow Palette. It includes 7 buttery mattes and 5 intense metallics that can be used wet or dry.
4. Smokey eye
Fall is a great time to rock a subtle, effortless smokey eye. Use taupes, browns and blacks and make sure to blend, blend, blend. Coastal Scents Revealed Smoky Eyeshadow Palette (featured in an H2BAR Box!) is a great, affordable option.
5. Rust eyeshadow
A rust shadow with red hair is STUNNING. Wet your brush before applying the shadow on your lid to make the color really stand out. Nars Single Eyeshadow in Guayaquil is the perfect rust shadow. If you’re looking for a palette, try REALHER Eyeshadow Palette IV.
6. Glitz and glam
‘Tis the season for a little sparkle on those lids! We love applying a thin glitter line over our cat-eye to make it more holiday-themed. Try Stila Shimmer and Glow Liquid Eyeshadow or LORAC Mini PRO Palette.
Rock it like a Redhead!