Your No-Fail Guide to Finding the Perfect Color Eyeliner for Your Eye Color
by Terressa Dotson
Every lady loves a good winged liner, and using jet black has always been a safe option. However, If you’re feeling adventurous, here are new subtle eyeliner colors to try that will make your eyes pop.
Fall is approaching, and our sun-kissed skin is quickly fading away. With the change of a season, there’s generally a change of makeup weight and color palette. If you are through testing purple lips, berry cheeks, or flirty eyeshadows, try adding color eyeliner to the mix. A winged liner has become a staple for most women; here’s which colors to rock to complement your eye color as well as brighten and widen your eyes, as shown by some daring and colorful women on Instagram.
For Blue Eyes: Turquoise or Purple
Pure blue colors can make blue eyes get lost in all the color. Opt for a thick line of turquoise or purple to bring out the deep blue color of your eyes.
For Brown Eyes:PureCobalt
While bright blues don’t complement blue eyes, they bring out the gorgeous light hues in brown eyes.
For Green Eyes: Red -Based Earthy Tones
If we look at the color wheel—red and green are complementary. The same goes for eye colors. Look for bronze or amethyst tones that are red-based. Pro tip: Avoid pink-based tones because they can make your eyes look tired.
For Hazel Eyes: Plum or Green
Hazel eyes are fascinating because they are a mixture of several tones. Try plum or green shades to bring out the sparkles in your hazel eyes.
For Tired Eyes: Layer Colors
When you’re tired, layer up on colors. First line your eyes with black eye liner, and then add a bright color on top.
To Make Your Eyes Look Bigger: White or Beige
To make your eyes look bigger, do your usual makeup routine; then add a white or beige-colored eyeliner along your bottom water line and inner corners. The light reflecting on the light colors will create the illusion of having bigger eyes.