Orange Eyeshadow Looks and How To Wear Them
Orange eyeshadow is usually associated with boldness and daring. But, let me tell you, there’s an orange eyeshadow look for every occasion and every type of person.
Whether you like elegant and classy looks, or original and creative, there’s an orange eyeshadow look for you!
The options are endless, from subtle peachy tones to bold and bright oranges, you can add a pop of color and excitement to any makeup look, making it perfect for both daytime and nighttime.
There’s an eyeshadow look for everyone, from makeup pros to beginners, we’ve got you covered!
1. Bling orange eyeshadow
Add some extra sparkle to your life with this gorgeous eyeshadow look decked in diamonds.
There’s so much detail going on here, the cut-crease, the shimmery pink, the smokey effect and of course, the burnt orange!
2. Green and orange cat-eye
Green and orange eyeshadow can work really well together, provided you use the correct shades. This eyeshadow look has achieved that perfectly!
The glittery green complements the matte orange, giving her a striking, glamorous look. Her golden skin tone gives it all a seamless appearance.
Recreate this look with the Urban Decay Wild Greens Eyeshadow Palette.
3. Colorful spring-inspired eyes
Brighten your day with this fun, spring-inspired eyeshadow look. Pair your favorite orange shade with other colorful matte shades to get this look. Mix and match the shades to get your own customized look!
Use the ColourPop Matte About Hue Eyeshadow Palette which is all about bright, matte shades.
4. Golden apricot
If you’re after elegant and sophisticated orange eyeshadow, look no further than this stunning shimmery orange-gold look!
This look is easy to do, even for the less experienced. Use the Natasha Denona Zendo Eyeshadow Palette to get this look.
5. Red fox
This burnt orange eyeshadow is giving strong fall and Halloween vibes. But, you can adapt it to any season. For spring and summertime, reduce the drama and opt for less smoke.
Complete it with matching lipstick, it ties the whole look together!
6. Copper smoke
Add a pop of shimmery orange to your dark and fabulous smokey eyes! You can keep it a simple smokey eye look, or you can copy this fabulous, intricate one.
Check out all the detail, from the semi-cut-crease that’s going on to the winged detail! Get the copper shade with the Natasha Denona Bronze Eyeshadow Palette.
7. Hot cut-crease
Fed up with the normal cut-crease looks? Try out this fun and original one! Use your favorite deep reds and oranges to create a smokey eye look, add the cut-crease over half the eyes!
8. Sparkling coral
Keep it simple and chic with these sparkling coral eyes. The color is so fresh and original, it doesn’t need anything else to complete it!
9. Sunset eyes
Can you ever go wrong with a sunset-eye look?! It’s timeless, pretty and not too hard to pull off either! Use your favorite yellow, orange and red matte shades be it with a stick, powder or cream eyeshadow. You can also opt for shimmer shades for a dazzling look!
10. Sparkling winged eyeliner
One of my best looks is this sparkling winged eyeliner. It’s not overpowering, yet has so much detail and is super original too! My advice is to use an eyeliner stencil to get all the glitter in place properly.
11. Blazing hot eyeshadow
Feel the heat with this hot and smokey eyeshadow look. Perfectly executed, from the sharp cut-crease line, to the smokey red, orange and yellow that travels all around the eye!
12. Carrot smoke
This orange-eye look complements green eyes beautifully! But, it would work really well with brown and hazel colors too.
Recreate this carrot eyeshadow look with the Too Faced Italian Spritz Eye Shadow Palette.
13. Glitter and graphic liner
If originality is your jam, you’ll love this bold and creative eyeshadow look. It has an overdone graphic liner together with some sparkling orange glitter for the eyeshadow!
14. Rhinestones and pearls
Want to go all out? This bling eyeshadow look has it all! Apply shimmery eyeshadow to the lid and from the cut-crease, opt for a darker orange eyeshadow and apply gems and pearls.
Sometimes it’s the little details that make all the difference, which in this case is the yellow eyeliner on the waterline. Easily overlooked, yet it ties everything together!
Use the Lime Crime Eyeshadow Palette – Venus XL to recreate the eyeshadow.
15. Soft glam eyeshadow
Orange eyeshadow can be subtle too and this orange-peach look is exactly that! Beautiful and subtle! Add a shimmery nude to the inner corner to bring this look to life.
16. Bright Orange Eyes
Finishing off these orange eyeshadow looks, here is a look inspired by the orange fruit. Go orange all the way by using orange eyeliner and lipstick too!
Orange eyeshadow looks are a popular trend in the makeup world, and it’s easy to see why! The endless ideas you can have with all the different shades of orange and color combinations are infinite!
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