Makeup has been known for highlighting a woman’s natural features. Just a few strokes of blush or a little application of lipstick and you have transformed from Ugly Duckling into a Beautiful Swan.
You now have an added bonus in enhancing your beauty: contact lenses! Check out these useful tips and tricks to create a perfect blend of contact lenses and make-up that is sure to wow any audience!
Although brown eyes may be very common, make sure you spice it up with makeup! Contact lenses are also a good way to experiment on your look.
Brown eyes are regarded as one of the most flexible colors when it comes to pairing with makeup. You can use gold, peaches or brown eye shadows for it.
Go for silver or purple-colord eye shadows.
Contrary to popular belief, avoid eye shadows that match your blue eyes. This will make you look dull because you will look monochromatic.
General Reminders for Eye Makeup
For all eye colors, make sure that your eye shadows are in a, so to speak, “lesser” intensity than your eye color.
For instance, if you possess light-colored eyes, do not go for overly dark eye shadows. This will make your eyes look pale. Try lighter shades of blue, green or purple.
If you were to attend parties that require makeup that is darker than your eye color, offset this by buying lenses that are larger than your eyes or lenses of a different color (green or blue lenses give off a bright vibe).
Eyeliners can be worn to create a dramatic effect for eyes as well.
Eye Color and Makeup Shades
There are often different shades of a single color in makeup kits. You may deem some shades as not suitable for you.
Don’t worry; there are lots of contact lenses that can complement different shades of makeup. Just choose the right one for you!
Whatever colors you wear, make sure they have a certain sense of coordination. That is, if you are going to somewhere formal. Otherwise, you are free to do what you want with those brushes.
Some girls prefer a wilder take on their looks. They might prefer brighter colors like a blend of green contacts, pink blush and yellow eye shadow.
Some might also go for gothic – black eyeliner, dark blue eye shadows with black contact lenses to go with these.
In the end, it is all about bringing out your natural beauty and letting your personality speak through your looks. Make sure you have fun experimenting with your looks.
Above all, remember to have that confidence and sureness of self that so attracts others. Flash your pretty eyes – let them shine and let your attitude follow suit!