Celebrities with Almond Eyes

To all the almond-eyed ladies out there—wow, do you have it made.

Ultra-feminine and classically beautiful, Your Cleopatra-esque lids are an extremely desired eye shape. “Ideally, most women want to make their eyes appear almond shaped,” says MAC Senior Artist John Stapleton says. “Most techniques in makeup are employed to achieve this exact eye shape.”

Beyonce Knowles

Eye Shape: Almond

Why this works: Almost any kind of look will work with almond eyes. Here, Beyonce used false lashes and shimmery eyeshadow to create a defined look.

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Angelina Jolie

Eye Shape: Almond

Why this works:  This look requires thick, luscious false eyelashes that accentuate the lovely shape of Jolie’s almond eyes.  

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Katherine Heigl

Eye Shape: Almond

Why this works: Heigl’s eyes are lined with smoky liner and framed with mascara and false lashes for a dramatic look that emphasizes her almond eye shape. 

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Leighton Meister

Eye Shape: Almond

Why this works: Meister’s smoky eye is always flattering for almond eyes.  

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Olivia Wilde

Eye Shape: Almond

Why this works: Wilde’s plum shadow and her long, black eyelashes flatter her almond shaped eyes.  

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Eva Longoria

Eye Shape: Almond

Why this works: Using bold, black liner like Longoria’s is one of the most flattering looks for almond eye shapes.  

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Emma Watson

Eye Shape: Almond

Why this works: In this look, Watson accentuates her eyeshape by bringing her eyeshadow beyond the corner of her eye into a cateye shape, a surefire way to flatter almond eyes.

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Christy Turlington

Eye Shape: Almond

Why this works: In this photo, Turlington sports amazingly long lashes, which is a fail-safe way to flatter and highlight almond shaped eyes.

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Mila Kunis

Eye Shape: Almond

Why this works: Kunis’ look is a prime example of the classic smoky eye, which is a great way to dramatize and emphasize almond shaped eyes.

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