9 Best shades of eye shadows to wear on New Year party

by Neha Paranjpe

This New Year’s Eve, give your eyes a stylish twist by sporting best of the best eye shadow shades!

With everyone gearing for the big New Year’s Eve bash, the outfits and the accessories are all lined up just waiting to be worn. And now that you have spent so much time thinking up the perfect outfit this New Year’s Eve, how about accentuating the look with some exciting eye makeup.Best eye shadows 01

We have got some fabulous ideas of amazing eye shadow shades that you can try out this festive season.

1. Peacock green

This amazingly bright shade of green will give your eyes a fantastic pop of color. Also the gradient blue and purple gives it an exotic and tropical look just like the feather of a peacock. If you are wearing an all-black outfit for the party, this would be an excellent shade to add some glamour to your look.

2. Sunset orange: 

Nothing like saying goodbye to the year gone by and ringing in the New Year with some smoldering sunset eye shadow shades. Use a combination of purple and orange to give your eyes that gorgeous dusky look that will perfectly compliment a sophisticated party outfit.Best eye shadows 02

3. Maroon

A little bit of maroon and a little bit of gold, is the best way to get in the festive and celebratory spirit. For your gorgeous Marsala colored dress, this eye shadow shade will be the best accompaniment. Spread some silver or gold sparkle on the eye shadow to add some more glitz and glamour to your style.Best eye shadows 03

4. Shimmery gold

A smokey eye done with shimmery gold powder eye shadow is a fantastic way to get heads turning at any party you attend. Team up this shade with your monochromatic outfits to make sure your eyes are the highlight of your look. No one will be able to keep their eyes off you as your sparkle and shimmer all night long.Best eye shadows 04

5. Nude gold

For a simple yet sophisticated style, opt for a pale champagne gold eye shadow to keep your eye makeup light and effective. This will not overpower your makeup and still add an element of high end style to your night outfit.Best eye shadows 05

6. Purple

Purple, the color of royalty is perfect for you if you want to look like a gorgeous princess at the party. You can opt for a slightly shimmery purple powder eye shadow for a great evening color, or you can even blend a basic purple eye shadow with a silver shade for a great party look.Best eye shadows 06

7. Stunning silver

For your metallic fix, opt for a stunning silver shade and you just can’t go wrong. If you are wearing a silver sequined outfit, or even a simple printed dress, this shade can be your best friend and make you look good all night long. To give it a special touch as you ring in the New Year, blend a little bit of a contrasting shade such as blue, green or purple at the outer corner to just give it a hint of color.Best eye shadows 07

8. Turquoise

If this bright blue is your favorite shade, how can it be missing from your party outfit. Wear it with a sober brown shade to give your eye makeup some stunning dimension that will have all eyes on you all night long.Best eye shadows 08

9. Pale pink

If you thought wearing pink as an eye shadow would look like too much, think again. The new pale pink eye shadow trend is catching on and we absolutely love it. Use a cream-based pink eye shadow and blend it in with a dark gold or brown shade to give your face a complete uplift. Try it this New Year’s Eve and be the belle of the ball with this amazing style.Best eye shadows 09

 

 

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