10 Different Eyeshadow Looks with Bronze Colors




This time we want to show you 10 different ways to create eye shadow looks with bronze colors.




Usually the bronze colors are the most common eye shadows on makeup palettes because they are really versatile.They look great in all skin tones, no matter if your skin is very clear or even dark, bronze colors have many variations. They are always going to be that safe option for any makeup look.

They combine very well with most clothes and this time we want to show you how dramatic looks can be for a night out or a look for your day to day work. These options will save you a lot of time when deciding what to invent with your eyeshadows so do not forget to save your favorite or even add it to your Pinterest board.




Simple Everyday Bronze Eyeshadow Look

Simple Everyday Bronze Eyeshadow Look

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Glitter Eyeshadow to Matte Transition

For this idea you will only need two shades of eyeshadow. The most important thing is not to forget that the tone with brightness should fade well with the matte tone to create a smooth transition.

Glitter Eyeshadow to Matte Transition

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Smokey Orange to Dark Brown Makeup Look

Smokey Orange to Dark Brown Makeup Look

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Sunset Eyeshadow Look with Dramatic Glitter

This idea is very simple, just apply an orange tone according to your skin tone and then diffuse throughout the eye socket a darker shade that combines well with the previous one and you will end up applying it in the center of the eye makeup with glitters.

Sunset Eyeshadow Look with Dramatic Glitter

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Light Bronze Eyeshadow Look for Black Women

Light Bronze Eyeshadow Look for Black Women

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Matte Eyeshadow Look with Blue Eyeliner Combination

This idea is very good to give depth to your eyes without applying so much makeup and combines very well with any color of eyeliner you have in your cosmetic.

Matte Eyeshadow Look with Blue Eyeliner Combination

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Glam Eyeshadow Look with Gold Accent

Glam Eyeshadow Look with Gold Accent

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Faint Eyeshadow Look with Eye Cat

This look will take you no more than 5 minutes and leaves you the advantage of being able to use any shade of lipstick without your face looking full of tones.

Faint Eyeshadow Look with Eye Cat

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Bronze Eyeshadow Look with Baby Pink Glitter

Bronze Eyeshadow Look with Baby Pink Glitter

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Cut-Crease with Yellow to Brown Eyeshadow Combination

That this look does not seem complicated to you, it is very easy to create it. Make sure all shade shades are well diffused and to achieve greater pigmentation you should apply concealer before and so the cut crease will look better or you can also wet your brush before applying the tone.

Cut-Crease with Yellow to Brown Eyeshadow Combination

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Wich one is your favorite eyeshadow look?

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