Hot Shades For Blondes
Use lighter shadows.
While all those deep, smoky grays and browns look great in the store -- and maybe even better when you test them on your hand -- they may look a bit scary when you put them on your eyes. With lighter hair, you should use lighter shadows instead. Light browns and nudes such as Bare Minerals Chic Nude ($13) along with pastels, pink, coral, beige and peach work great with blonde hair.
Go for blues & browns.
Choose a blue or brown shade that harmonizes with both your hair and eyes, but stay away from any that have a silver undertone; these will make you look washed-out. Conversely, gold undertones create warmth and accentuate the golden shimmer of your hair.
A great, natural-looking combination is the Chic Nude paired with Sephora Collection's Sun Kissed ($12). This works beautifully with almost all eye colors and transitions well from day to evening.