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Oct 12, 2017

How to Find the Perfect Eyeshadow to Enhance Your Eye Color

Finding the perfect eyeshadow for your eye color


Finding the perfect eyeshadow to enhance your eye color is not easy, which is why your Heroes at UnitWise put together this guide for pairing the right makeup to your client's eye color. Think back to art class, more specifically the color wheel. Use contrasting shades to draw attention to the eyes and intensify the color. Finding the perfect eyeshadow to enhance your eye color does not have to be difficult with this easy guide.

Eyeshadows to Enhance Your Eye Color

Eyeshadows for Brown Eyes

One of the many fantastic qualities about brown eyes is their versatility. To make brown eyes pop reach for contrasting cooler shade like silver, gray, and charcoal. Clients can gain a lighter appearance by using select green tones. Lastly, try adding a touch of intensity by adding black in the crease.

                                                   Eyeshadow Colors for Brown Eyes


Do’sDon’ts
Eyeliner:
  • Purple, jade, bronze, & brown
Eyeshadows:
  • Monochromatic
    • Brown, black, bronze & taupe
  • Complementary
    • Blue, green, violets, & lilac
Eyeliner:
  • Blue
Eyeshadows:
  • Yellow and grey


Finding the perfect Mary Kay eyeshadow for your client's eye color


Eyeshadows for Blue Eyes

For your clients with blue eyes, you might suggest neutral light tones because of their natural light. Soft shades like coral and champagne will catch the glint in the iris but will not distract. Any highly pigmented colors such as black or deep purple are generally too harsh and cause blue eyes to appear smaller. Instead consider shadows with orange undertones such as terra-cotta, gold and a light burnt sienna.

                                       Eyeshadow Colors for Blue Eyes


Do’sDon’ts
Eyeliner:
  • Brown, navy, & grey 
Eyeshadows:
  • Monochromatic
    • Navy, grey & silver 
  • Complementary 
    • Coral, champagne, copper
Eyeliner:
  • Black 
Eyeshadows:
  • Black, blue, dark brown, deep purple

Eyeshadows for Green Eyes

If your clients have green eyes, select violet liner, and shadows to add contrasting color. The shades of plum, amethyst, and violet help to bring out the natural brightness for a piercing look. Green is also complemented by reddish undertones because of its position on the color wheel.

                                           Eyeshadow Colors for Green Eyes


Do’sDon’ts
Eyeliner:
  • Brown 
Eyeshadows:
  • Monochromatic 
    • Mossy green, gold 
  • Complementary 
    • Purple, rose, & pink
Eyeliner:
  • Navy & silver 
Eyeshadows:
  • Silver, light blue, and midnight blue

Eyeshadows for Hazel Eyes

Hazel is a delightful mix of brown and green that works well with metallic golds and olive greens. Using yellow undertones will bring out the lighter flecks in their eyes. Lighter shades of purple like violet and lavender also look lovely with hazel eyes.

                                               Eyeshadow Colors for Hazel Eyes

Do’sDon’ts
Eyeliner:
Brown
Eyeshadows:
Think of autumn fall colors
  • Monochromatic 
    • Navy, grey & silver 
  • Complementary 
    • Golds, greens, & violet
Eyeliner:
  • Black 
Eyeshadows:
  • Light blue & grey
At UnitWise we understand the importance of recommending the perfect look for your client. We hope you found this blog informative for yourself and your customers as you guide them through all of the amazing #MK eyeshadows and other beauty products available! We suggest sharing this blog post with your customers and unit to help advise their clients

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