Spring gives you an ample amount of creativity to style up your eye makeup. There is so much that can be done that simply can’t quite be pulled off during the other seasons. This may be due to the abundance of colour that is sprouting up everywhere you look; blossoms, flowers and grass that have been in hibernation are all suddenly popping up to say hello, and as the sun starts to shine brighter (and for longer!), everything just appears so much more vivid. So what does this mean for your eyes? Well, that you can explore other colours on your eyeshadow palette and make them work for you!
If you have glasses, don’t think that this automatically excludes you from wearing eye makeup. There is so much more that can be seen beyond what you’re wearing on your face. If you want to go without and explore eye makeup more, look up the benefits of lasik eye surgery or speak to your optician about wearing contact lenses. There are ways and means of getting around it.
The great thing about brown eyes is that they offer a warmth and a depth to whatever colour you are adding to them. The colours that most people with brown, or even hazel, eyes tend to go for are bronzes, coppers and golds – the nice, cosy hues which will just blend in nicely and make any outfit that you’ve got pop and sparkle just that little bit more. Keep thinking warm colours – reds, oranges and pinks all work amazingly well with brown eyes and offer that chance to add a little bit more colour into your daily outfit.
Those with blue eyes get to experiment a little bit more than those with brown. They don’t have to stick to warm hues – the cool colours suit those with blue eyes a lot more. So think blues, purples, silvers and whites for a striking look. Pair it with some winged eyeliner and you are good to go. If your eyes are a paler blue, you don’t want to wash them out completely; don’t overdo it on the harsher, more bold colours, but use a softer shade to accentuate the delicateness of the colour of your eye. Blue eye colours can range drastically from a deep, almost navy, blue to so pale that it looks almost grey. Experiment a bit and see what works best for you.
If you have green eyes, you are part of only 2% of people in the world who share this feature in common. With these colour eyes, you can get away with pretty much any colour that are in the blue and brown categories. More natural shades look absolutely amazing with these; think teals (like the sea), greens (like a forest) and warm reds (like autumn leaves). As long as you can associate your colours with something from nature, you are pretty much onto a winner and are sure to rock whatever you do.