3 Brown Eyeshadow Videos, Bonus Material & More!

Hey ladies, it’s Ashley again! Let’s face it: Brown eyeshadows are a girl’s best friend! No other eyeshadows can complement all skin tones, eye colors and ages all while providing you with great versatility in creating looks that are classic, timeless and range anywhere from natural to sultry.  Oh, and I can’t forget to mention that they are fabulous multi-taskers too! When theres’s so many browns to choose from picking the right ones can be a challenge and you might feel a tad overwhelmed. Don’t worry though we’ve got you covered! Andrea has written up a wonderful guide with EVERYTHING you’d ever want to know about brown shadows. Click here to learn more!

I’ve also put together some fun bonus material for you gals! Below you’ll find THREE awesome videos plus picks of our favorite browns.

Swatch Video And Pictures Of Our Lovely Browns:

 

brown eyeshadows Cruelty Free

 

brown eyeshadows Gluten Free makeup tips

How To Pick The Perfect Brown Eyeshadows:

Monochromatic Makeup Tutorial-Brown: 

Soy Free Chocolate Martini look

Ashley’s Favorite: “My favorite brown is Chocolate Martini! I love that it’s richly pigmented…like a dark, luxurious chocolate bar  and how the golden glitter in it compliments my blue eyes. I mostly use it as a liner but when applied lightly it also works beautifully as your darkest shade in a brown smokey eye.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

twinkle taupe Gluten Free makeup tips

 

Sherri’s Favorites: “I absolutely adore Chocolate Martini as an eyeliner. It’s not too sparkly and it just adds this glow that makes my eyes sparkle. Twinkle Taupe is also a favorite of mine, as I have very yellow based undertones. It doesn’t pull yellow on me, but instead adds that light taupe warmth that makes my brown eyes pop.”

 

 

 

 

 

andrea wearing brown Gluten Free eyeshadows

 

Andrea’s Favorites:Porcelain and Brownie Points are my favorites for all things.  They are both multi-taskers which I LOVE! Porcelain is the perfect base, and also covers up the purple underneath by bottom lashes.  Brownie Points I use for the crease, eyebrows, and eyeliner.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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