How To Match Your Eye Make-Up With Your Eye Colour
Winter can mean darker clothing and more monochromatic hues which is why here at AlibiOnline we love to brighten up our winter outfit with some bold colourful eye make-up thanks to the gorgeous make-up from our favourite brand Eye of Horus.
With endless colour options and styles to choose from, picking the perfect shade can sometimes be tricky. But never fear! The secret is to choose colours that compliment your eye colour to really make them pop!
Choosing the perfect colour:
Brown eyes look great with pretty much any colour including bold purples, navy and soft browns. The key for brown eyes is to choose an eyeliner that is darker than your eye colour. Try a classic black liner that is suited for both day and night! Thicken it up for the evening with a cat eye flick.
If you have blue eyes (either dark or light), the key to picking the perfect colour is to choose from two different palettes: complementary and opposing. Colours like lavenders, cool blues and greys are fabulous to make your eyes really pop, while warm golds and silvers give a soft sultry look. Vogue Australia suggested that black eyeliner works with blue and for something different try with navy or cobalt eyeliner for an unexpected jolt of colour.
If you have gorgeous green eyes, it’s all about finding the perfect contrast. Try to avoid colours like blues and greens and stick to bold browns and purples with a stunning chocolate coloured eyeliner.
If you have hazel coloured eyes, dark golds and coffee tones are your go-to as well as deep greens and emerald colours. Choose colours that accent the green or brown in your eye colour to really make them pop! No matter what colour, try brown eyeliner to blend with the shadow colour of choice to make them stand out. Hazel eyes also look stunning with a black liquid liner.
Light brown eyes
Light brown eyes look fabulous with a deep purple or navy teamed with the same coloured eyeliner. You can choose a black or coffee brown liner, however choosing a bolder colour really lets them stand out and highlight your natural eye colour.