I was browsing around looking for the eyeshadows to make the natural eye color different when shading the eye makeup. I found this article from www.specialk.co.za about on how to match your eyeshadow to your eye color that most women love wearing makeup to improve their appearance.
Did you know that different eyeshadows can enhance different eye colors? It's important to consider your eye color when deciding on shades of eye makeup. Matching your eyeshadow to your eye color can look too monochromatic, so instead we've use the tips below to help your natural eye color stand out.
Blue Eyes: With blue eyes, stay far away from blue eyeshadow. If you want your eyes to pop and look mesmerizing then try wearing earth-tones. Blue is a naturally cool tone, so warmer shades tend to set this iris color ablaze.
The Best Color Complements: Gold, bronze, copper, champagne, and rose.
Brown eyes: With brown eyes, you can get away with wearing almost any color of eyeshadow. The reason: Brown is a neutral, and it doesn't tend to compete with colors in the same way that other eye hues do. But if you want your eyes to pop then try either green eyeshadow or pink eyeshadow.
Green/Hazel Eyes: With green eyes, the pros all point to some variation of purple as looking the most beautiful on green eyes. If violet isn't your first color of choice, browns that have a reddish undertone are recommended as these enhance the eye without being too distracting.
The Best Color Complements: Purple, violet, sepia, rust, and pink.
Remember: When out eye shadow shopping make sure to try everything and find the best shade that makes your eyes look gorgeous. Consider also the color of clothes we will be wearing, the color of our hair, skin tone and the color of our eyes