Top 10 most important eye makeup ideas & tips for brown eyes
Our country is not of those whose proportion of people with light eyes exceeds 50%, as in Iceland. Having big eyes does not have to be synonymous wear a sky blue, aqua green or bright gray ad. Eyes like chocolate or hazelnut tone now have much left to take out with makeup. In Spain, almost 30% eyes look brown-black tone and over 50% lighter shades like hazel. The brown color is considered the dominant iris worldwide makeovers and when, to many people around the world come to us the same questions: What colors favor us? What shadows would use to empower? Eyeliner? Yes or no? To answer these questions and help you get the most out of our eyes, we had the help of two experts to solve all these problems with 100% effective result. Take note of these tips.
Collection of Brown Eye Makeup Photos will help you learn more about style and colors being used by professionals for brown eyes.
What colors do we favor?
Nacho Fernandez, Make Up Artist of Art Lab, opens a window of hope when the palette of colors used in its entirety: “depending on the occasion we can use a variety of colors, since the color of brown eyes combines well a wide range of hues. “As an expert, we recommend the range of earth flecked with gold, gray, even purple for a natural finish on a daytime look. For special occasions, we are encouraged with Nacho makeup contrast with cooler tones like mauve and silver or that “greatly highlighted brown iris.” Meanwhile, David Garcia, makeup artist for Clarins, proposes greenish gray tones to enhance the iris makeup looks smoother for day.
If an iris in tone light hazel, Nacho highlights the range of gold and copper and proposes find the contrast in shades of purple and green. David agrees green tones for tone hazel iris color family increases with the range of gold.
Shadow Clarins (33 euros approx.) And Shadow Lancôme (19 euros approx.)
Photo: Clarins / Lancôme
Colors to avoid.
Nacho Fernandez advised us not to use the yellow and orange lights if a look chocolate, not off color. David also advises us not to use the range of pastel colors as we run the risk of getting an effect “blank stare”.
If you like smoked finishes, you’re in luck. They will be your best bet for a night look, because as Nacho Fernandez tells us, “generally accepted brown tones tone like no other eyes to intensify the most. We opt for a more soft makeup for day and night, step up and play with the finished smoked. ”
David proposes a series of tricks to give more intensity to the look and explains it step by step to get it at home. First, mix one prebase a pencil or shadow tone brown because, as we are assured, will get the shadow set all day. Then half delineates the upper eyelid and attach it to the end of the lower eyelid, right at the lash of both. Apply a darker shade in the rest of the eyelid and ends with a clear and natural tone in the upper eyelid (just below the eyebrow).
Eyeliner, khol … Yes or no?
Nacho Fernandez is clear: “Both options are ideal for brown eyes. Overall reserve the eyeliner for special occasions and would use the khol for the day-to-day or to intensify the stains. “David safe bet for a brown eye liner because” gives sensuality to the look and makes the iris color shine even more. “Google