It is important to use the right colours that will compliment your eyes and make them pop. There is a range of good color palettes for hazel smokey eyes including, deep brown colors from light beiges to deep chocolate browns, greens, purples and pinks also compliment the eyes.
For a more natural hazel smokey eye, they look gorgeous with base colors such as browns, this is included in the Smoky Eye kit. Pink gives out the romantic look. While purple can make your eyes pop. Hazel eyes can still get away with the classic black or grey eyeshadows, just be careful not to over do the dark colours during the day as it will look too harsh. Watching a hazel smokey eye tutorial is a great way to see how to apply your colours.
The best way to apply your colours is to use a light shade such as cream on your brow bone, then use a medium colour like beige beneath the brow bone to accent your eyes. Using a dark color such as deep brown pat the colour across your eyelid and brush up to the crease of the eye. Add another layer of the dark colour on the crease to highlight the eye. Stick to the classic black or brown eyeliner to give definition to your eyes. It will also make your lashes look fuller and longer. You can also add some fake lashes but it’s recommend to leave fake lashes for night time or special occasions, as it can wreak the natural look you are going for.
Use the liquid eyeliner as it glides over the eyelid a lot easier, the pencil can be a bit harsh on the eye. Remember to brush away any eyeshadow powder that has fallen onto your cheeks and pat some concealer underneath your eyes, this will also help make your eyes stand out and give a fresh youthful look.