Friday, February 24, 2012

Make Your Eye Color Pop!

It’s easy to get stuck wearing the same color palette on your eyes every day, and one the most common questions is, “How do I make my eyes pop?” If you’re tired of typical eye color pairings, we’re here to show you some alluring and unexpected shades that will give your peepers the attention they deserve!

For Green Eyes

Sunset tones glow on verdant eyes! Red undertones in a bold amber hue bring out the yellow and teal nuances in green eyes. Green and orange are split complementary on the color wheel, so they intensify one another without clashing. These colors look best in metallic textures, so blend a copper cream eye shadow all over the lid and in the corners of the eye.

For Hazel Eyes

Because of their rich combination of blue, green, brown, and amber, hazel eyes can pretty much rock any color with confidence. But our favorite vibrant pairing? A royal blue hue! A clean blue liner brightens up your muted, camouflage-colored peepers and brings out any exotic amber and yellow undertones when smudged on the bottom water line.

For Blue Eyes

Since sapphire eyes are such a statement on their own, many blue-eyed Beauties don’t often venture into the world of vivid eye makeup. But if you’re looking to give your baby blues a subtle splash of color, try a wash of magenta or fuchsia shadow. The purple-pink pigment enhances any natural violet undertones in your eyes. Think Elizabeth Taylor, electrified!

For Brown Eyes

Brown-eyed Beauties can pull off any color from brights to pastels, but let’s take a step back from the rainbow and desaturate. Gray gets a bad rap as a dull makeup option, but the slate shade transforms on brown eyes! What makes this neutral pairing so magical? The silvery tones contrast with the warmth of chocolate eyes, intensifying their amber tones. Keep the look multi-dimensional with a shimmering pewter smoky eye.

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