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What Lipstick Goes With Blue Eyeshadow, Purple Eyeshadow, Green Eyeshadow?

2022/05/06

To prevent seeming too similar, the most straightforward approach to matching lipsticks with eyeshadow is to avoid looking too similar. Combining purple lips with purple eyes is a touch too much, in my opinion. Instead, you want to match the undertones of the lipsticks and simply aim to prevent too much clashing in the result.

 

Simply use one of the tried and reliable options listed below if you aren't very good at matching. Various elements influence which lip colour will look best on you at any given time. Continue reading for a step-by-step guide to selecting the best lipstick to go with blue eyeshadow.

 

When using blue eyeshadow, what colour lip gloss should you wear?

 

Following the completion of your eyeshadow look, it's time to choose the appropriate lip colour to complement your face. Whether you want a strong or a neutral look, we have something for you.

 

1. Nude Lipstick

No matter how light or dark your complexion is, everyone can carry off a nude lip look no matter what your undertone is. You should use this if you want your vivid blue eyeshadow to be the focal point of your look.

 

2. Pink with a tinge of lilac

Individuals with lighter skin tones and cooler undertones may benefit significantly from this combo. Even though a delicate, frosty pink will not overshadow your blue eyeshadow, it will still hold its own and is sure to turn some attention.

 

A pink tint that is the same value as your skin tone (or perhaps a shade lighter!) may be used to lend a flirtatious edge to any outfit. A delicate cream finish will bring out your lovely, feminine energy, while a clear gloss will transport you back to the 1990s. Whichever way you look at it, this lip colour is guaranteed to satisfy.

 

3. Coral 

The combination of an orangey coral tint and a blue eyeshadow is stunning when done right. Just be careful when pairing this colour with dark blues or black. Because the makeup is all about balance, mixing a bright coral with a deep blue tone that is just as eye-catching might seem a bit zany and out of place.


4. Deep Color 

There are certain instances in which we advocate wearing a bold eye and a bold lip simultaneously, but this isn't the case in all cases. It is critical to have complementary undertones to pull this off. Because blues are inherently cool-toned, if you wish to pair a deep lip colour with blue eyeshadow, the lip colour must have a cool undertone as well as the blue eyeshadow.

What is the best way to pair lipstick with purple eyeshadow?


1. Pinks in muted tones 

Whether you call it baby pink, pastel pink, or frosted pink, it is all the same. Regardless of what you choose to name it, soft pastel pinks with a somewhat blue undertone coupled with purple eyeshadow are a virtually universally attractive combination. Pastel pinks allow the drama of purple to take centre stage without seeming too gothic. Those searching for a youthful appearance will find it in this mix of colours.

 

2. Pinks with a tinge of peach 

Light pink with a blue undertone will look beautiful on you if you have a pinkish skin tone. If you have a more golden skin tone, you may not be able to wear pastel pink all of the time. Those who like a more mature look that complements both warm and dark skin tones can choose peachy pinks as their best option.

 

3. Reds that are deep in colour

When it comes to wearing dark red lipstick with purple eyeshadow, you should only do so when you have a specific look in mind. This look is vampy, dramatic, and even a little punk rock in its appeal. However, although most goths like this style, the proper hue may also be worn regularly by those with darker skin tones. You should use this option with caution!

 

4. Nude lipstick

The hue nude lipstick will be an excellent option if you want to go for a more natural appearance that includes just a little application of the shadow. Nudes with a hint of brown are more mature, but they nevertheless have a semi-natural appearance that fits practically any situation. Because nude lipsticks are now considered relatively glamorous, this is also a fantastic choice for a look you can wear from day to night.

 

Green Eyeshadow and Lipstick Colors that Go Well Together

 

1. Nude Lipsticks

Nude lipsticks make it possible for your eyeshadow and other kinds of colour cosmetics to be the focal point of your look. Green is a solid colour. Contrast your eyeshadow and your preferred neutral lipstick or gloss.

 

2. Corals

When it comes to selecting the perfect lipstick colour to go with your lovely green eyeshadow, the options are endless. Remember to choose a lipstick hue that complements the depth and intensity of the eyeshadows you are using. Consider the following scenario: you're wearing a dark emerald green eyeshadow with a bit of sparkle. Consider using coral or light pink lipstick instead for a more mature appearance. Alternatively, if you want to go for a more dramatic appearance, pair it with a deep red gloss lipstick.

 

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