What Makes Brown Eyes Pop?
- Pieter Maas
Here is the last (but not least!) of our “Making Your Eyes Gorgeous” series. This time, we are going to talk about brown, hazel, and amber eyes. Brown is a mixture of the three primary colors: red, blue, and yellow. This makes it a perfect partner for any color! Making your brown eyes stand out is pretty easy if you follow these makeup tips.
You can have a sophisticated or simple makeup look thanks to the large palette of colors at your disposal. When you have brown eyes, the possibilities are endless! Lucky you 😉 Discover the perfect colors for an incredible look, our selection of ALL TIGERS eyeshadows, and a great tutorial for beginners.
You have green or blue eyes ? Discover all our tips to highlight your blue eyes or to highlight your green eyes, The Perfect Colors for Your Brown Eyes With such gorgeous brown eyes, both warm and cooler tones brighten up your look. So, play with both according to your mood, the occasion, and your tastes. For work, you can turn to more neutral and subtle tones, whereas for a night out, you can blend more unique colors for a wild, interesting look.
Everything is about what you want! The range of makeup colors for brown eyes is huge. As previously mentioned, brown is a mixture of the primary colors red, yellow, and blue. So, any hue in the color wheel goes great with brown eyes! But of all the colors, blue tints are the most adapted for brown. We therefore suggest going for the different shades of blue if you want to add makeup to your brown eyes.
Electric blue, navy, stone, and even indigo will make your brown eyes shine. Discover the ALL TIGERS eyeshadows trio Tiger’s Brown Eyes – Blue and Grey Palette, But before you delve even further into our advice, let’s stop for a minute and study the color of your iris.
Is it light or dark? (BTW, did you know that each iris is unique?! It’s like DNA).1. Light Brown Eyes The best bet for people with light brown eyes are golden, champagne, and bronze shades, But that’s not all! Other eyeshadow colors like taupe and brown go so well with your eyes, too. If truth be told, applying makeup to light brown eyes is child’s play.
Green, yellow, orange, and red hues also show off the beauty of brown eyes. And bold colors that pop are a safe bet. Green and purple brighten up light brown eyes. Light eyelids are perfect for making your eyes shine. You’ll glow like a goddess! Discover the ALL TIGERS Eyeshadows Trio Tiger’s Brown Eyes – Green and Gold Palette : that green tones palette will ferociously highlight your light brown eyes.
So, have fun, play, test, and start over! Let your imagination and energy soar. Roar! 2. Dark Brown Eyes Darker shades of eyeshadow are ideal for dark brown eyes. Choose a charcoal gray, a sweet plum, or a fir green color, The aim is to turn up the notch of intensity to your look. And finish it off with a black, navy, or brown eyeliner,
This will add depth to your allure. Or, instead, are you a fan of light, pastel, summery colors? Well, go ahead! This is sure to make your brown eyes dazzle. So, to sum it up, the best eyeshadow colors for brown eyes are:
Pink to soften, Brown and plum to intensify your look, Blue shades (like electric blue or night blue ) to deepen your brown eyes and make them stand out, Green hues for a unique, luscious makeup look, Gold and copper to brighten your eyes.
Dare to wear intricate makeup, liner, shiny shades, and mascara. Simple makeup tip – When you’ve got brown eyes, you cannot go wrong with any color. But don’t forget to consider your skin and hair color. If you have a light complexion, opt for cooler eyeshadow shades.
Does brown make brown eyes pop?
HOW/WHY IT MAKES THEM POP – That’s right, brown shades can bring out brown eyes even more, even though they are the same color! The combination of the two intensifies your eye color, making it the perfect everyday eyeshadow to wear. Antiqued amber tones like Charlotte’s bring out the golden hues of your eye color.
How can I intensify my eye color?
Eyeshadows 04 verdelite, 08 golden topaz and 09 smoky quartz To really enhance your eyes, to make them look more alluring, bigger, brighter and the whites appear whiter, then choose eyeshadow colours that fall opposite to your iris colour on the colour wheel, as opposed to colours that are the same or similar colour as your eyes or colours that match your clothes. Colour wheel The opposite of blue is orange/golds/browns The opposite of green is lilac/burgundy/pinks The opposite of brown is turquoise/blues/greens Using complementary colours provides the most contrast between your iris colour and your shadow colour, it’s this contrast that enhances your eye colour. Eyeshadow Trio 01 sapphire and 02 jade, Eyeshadow 04 verdelite, 07 aquamarine, Eye Definer 01 black, 03 blue, 04 green, Liquid Eyeliner 01 black, Defining Mascara 01 black/03 blue, Volume Mascara 01 black, Eyeshadow Trio 04 sunstone, Eyeshadow 08 golden topaz, Eye Definer 02 brown/05 taupe, Liquid Eyeliner 02 brown, Defining Mascara 02 brown, Volume Mascara 02 brown,
- Eyeshadow Trio 03 ametrine, Eye Definer 06 plum/02 brown, Liquid Eyeliner 02 brown, Defining Mascara 02 brown, Volume Mascara 02 brown/03 plum,
- Hazel eyes are multiple colours so choose the same recommendations as for brown eyes, however, also use the colour wheel concept to contrast differing colour flecks in your eyes to highlight.
Aside from complementary colours, everyone needs a brown, taupe and neutral shades palette too. Eye & Brow Palette with matte shades for both eyes and brows. Brown eyes, can also use browns, just need to stay away from muddy browns, think soft shimmer 08 golden topaz and 09 smoky quartz and the lovely light taupe in Eye & Brow Palette,
Do brown eyes have advantages?
Benefits of Brown Eyes – Brown eyes may provide greater protection against certain eye diseases. According to the American Academy of Ophthalmology, this may be due to the higher levels of melanin. People with brown eyes tend to be at lower risk for eye cancer, macular degeneration, and diabetic retinopathy.
Do brown eyes have benefits?
The Science Behind Brown Eyes – Michigan Eye Institute Current estimates suggest that between 65-80% of the world’s population has brown eyes. So, while being a brown-eyed beauty may not be as unique as you’d like, bear in mind that not all shades of brown are the same.
If you’re from southern Europe, Africa, the Middle East, or East Asia, there is a higher likelihood of brown eyes running your family. It used to be believed that came from your father, but newer research indicates that as many as 16 different genes may affect the color you’re born with. One of the benefits of being brown eyed is that you’re less likely to suffer from the effects of harmful sun radiation.
Generally speaking, people with high concentrations of melanin are less likely to develop certain types of skin or eye cancer. This does not mean you’re immune from sun damage, it just means you may be luckier than your blue-eyed companion. Another interesting statistic is, according to Scientific American, brown-eyed individuals tend to be perceived as more trustworthy than blue- or green-eyed individuals.
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No matter what way you spin it, brown eyes are beautiful and interesting physical characteristics – something to be proud of! : The Science Behind Brown Eyes – Michigan Eye Institute
Is it possible to change eye Colour naturally?
– Eye color can change over time, but only slightly. The eye color of most babies will darken in the first few years of life. During this time, the body produces a darker pigment, known as melanin. Expansion or contraction of the iris can also lead to minute changes in eye color. This can occur when a person:
focuses the eyesspends time either in very dark or brightly lit areasexperiences strong emotions
People sometimes notice that their eye color lightens with age. This is natural and should not be a cause for concern.