There are tons of tutorials on how to make all the different eye colors pop, from blue-eyed to green-eyed to brown-eyed beauties. But what if your eye color is a combo of two or three of these shades—a la Katie Holmes, or your eye color looks as if it’s completely changed depending on what it is you’re wearing?
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Did you know that actresses Demi Moore, Mila Kunis, and Kate Bosworth all have heterochromia, a difference in coloration of the eyes? If this applies to you, take a cue from Kate, who made her blue and brown eyes pop even more with simple, bronzed-glow makeup and strategically placed highlighter. Sometimes less truly is more, no?
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Olivia Wilde piercing light eyes are perhaps her most distinguishing feature. While her eye color is actually a blue-green, when encircled with this gorgeous copper shadow, the shade became even more intense. The contrasting warm orange brought out the coolness of her eyes. Learn how to get a tightly lined eye look here, and then smudge on a fun apricot-hued shadow.
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Perhaps you're like Rashida Jones, whose eyes take on both green and golden brown tones. Whether you call it amber or maybe even hazel, when she accentuated her peepers with a rich claret lipstick that made her eyes stood out even more.
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Katie Holmes actually has hazel eyes, but with her waterlines dressed up in a shimmery navy liner, her eyes took on a more bluish hue. To take it even further, pair the look with a brick-toned gloss to complement any warm tones you might have in your eye color.
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