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When we saw this photo of Zoë Kravitz at the Divergent premiere, we thought two things: 1) We wanted to throw the woman a party for being daring enough to bring the reverse cat-eye onto the red carpet, and 2) We couldn't help but imagine how lovely the same darker-on-bottom, lighter-on-top cat-eye look with different eyeshadow colors. What about gold and navy? Or silver and rose?! The prettiness possibilities were endless — and we were thrilled by the idea of giving the tired makeup shades in our bag a whole new purpose.
So, we rounded up five eyeshadow combos that would be perfect in a color-blocked smoky-eye look. Click through to check out our perfect pairs, and let us know which shadow duo catches your fancy?
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