What eye pencil color should I use?
If you have brown eyes, blue, green, and purple liners will make them pop, though jet black can also be flattering. For hazel eyes, purple, green, gray, and taupe are all excellent choices. People with green eyes should look for burgundy, rust, and other warm, reddish tones, though black and brown can also work well.
What color of eyeliner should I use?
To be certain exactly which colors contrast each other, the use of a color wheel is recommended. Simply locate your natural eye color on the wheel and look for the color on the opposite side. That color will be the eyeliner shade to enhance the natural beauty of your eyes!
Should I use brown or black eyeliner?
For a natural look with your brown eyes, opt for brown eyeliner. Brown eyeliner will give a soft dimension to your eyes while still making them appear rich and intense. However, if you want a sharp and sleek look, black eyeliner is always an excellent choice.
Should Asians use black or brown eyeliner?
If you’re wondering, there’s really no specific eyeliner for Asian eyes. But, I suggest you buy a jet black liquid liner and a brown eyeliner pencil for starters.
Do I have green or hazel eyes?
It’s easier to tell if someone has hazel or green eye color by looking at their iris since there are usually more flecks and specks of both colors together to make up the whole area around the pupil. Hazel eyes have a brown hue near the pupil that is surrounded by green on the outside of the iris.
What color makes green eyes pop?
“It goes back to the color wheel,” Whelan said. “Green’s complementary color is red, so any shadow with red undertones really makes green eyes pop.” Lavender, violet, aubergine—no shades are off limits. We love all three hues in Shiseido Makeup Luminizing Satin Eye Color Trio in VI 308.