We all know that finding the right shade of eye shadow can be a bit tricky, especially if your eyes are on the lighter or darker side. But did you know there’s also a way to determine what color to wear depending on what type of eye color you have? Even though natural eye color is based solely on genetics, there’s still an easy way to determine which shades look best with each type. Here’s how it works:
If you have hazel eyes, there are a few factors to consider when choosing your lipstick shade. First, determine what color your skin tone is and whether or not it’s neutral (a grayish hue). Next, look at the color of your hair–if it’s dark brown or black and tends toward cool tones like blue or violet, then stick with silver lipsticks that lean toward yellow or orange. If your hair is blond or light brown but still on the cool side of neutral, go for pinker pinks instead. Lastly if both of those options don’t work out for whatever reason (maybe because they just don’t look good on you), try blue-based reds like burgundy instead!
Deep hazel or light green eyes
If you have deep hazel or light green eyes, you should wear a color that’s warm. The reason for this is because it will make your eyes look more green.
If you have blue-green eyes and want to make them look bigger, try wearing something cool on the lid (like a dark brown or black).
Blue eyes are the most common eye color, and they’re also the most striking. You can wear any outfit or makeup color with blue eyes because they look good in anything! If you have blue eyes, it’s easy to experiment with different hair colors because they will work well with any shade that complements your skin tone and eye color.
Dark brown eyes
If you have dark brown eyes, you’re lucky. Your eyes are a warm color and can wear many shades of blue, purple, green and grey. Avoid orange or yellow as they will clash with your natural eye color.
Light brown or hazel brown eyes
If you have light brown or hazel brown eyes, it’s important to find a color that works with your skin tone and eye color. There are many shades of green and blue that will look great on you.
For example, if you want to wear an emerald green dress shirt but don’t want it to clash with your eyes (and vice versa), try pairing it with jeans in a medium wash or darker shade of blue denim instead of black jeans like most people do when wearing bright colors such as greens or reds. This way both pieces complement each other without competing for attention!
Find the right color for your skin tone and eye color
You should consider the following factors when looking for a shade that works best with your skin tone:
- Undertones. If you have an olive or golden undertone, try on bright reds and oranges; if you’re more on the pink side, opt for pinks and purples.
- Skin type. If you have dry or sensitive skin, stick to matte lipsticks; if not, go glossy–it’ll look shinier without being too shiny!
Now that you know what color eyeshadow to wear, it’s time to get started! You can find a wide selection of eye makeup at any drugstore or department store. If you have any questions about the process, just ask your local beauty expert for help.