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Looking Good - October 24, 2016

*-- Makeup Tips For Brown Eyes --*

You lucky girl! Makeup tips for brown eyes are the easiest of all because you have a color of eyes that every color goes with. From the lightest golds to the darkest smokey colors - it all works for you. Still, there are times when you might wonder which colors to choose.



Beautiful Brown Eyes

Makeup tips for brown eyes almost always focus on dramatic eye makeup looks but it's also easy to create visual interest with a natural look.

Brown eyes tend to be naturally deeper in color and because of that you can wear the darker colors that other women have to pass on. If you have any discoloration remember to use a cosmetics concealer.

Of course, there is no "one" brown color. Just as with other eye colors, there are different levels and these makeup tips for brown eyes will tell you which colors look outstanding on you and which to pass on.

If you have hazel eyes you'll find out which eyeshadow colors work especially well for you.



Makeup Tips For Eyes: 4 Brown Levels

1. Are your eyes deep dark brown? This is the darkest level of brown. In some women their eyes almost appear black. Most eye makeup colors that are in the medium to dark color range will work for you. The one problem this eye color has is that your eye makeup can sometimes look too dark or harsh. For that reason it's important to use the lighter flecks of color in your eyes to select highlight colors. The contrast between the darker colors and highlight will set off your color best.

2. Are your eyes medium brown? This is truly the easiest color of all to work with. You can wear any color. Mauves, violets and purples all look great on you. You can go the opposite and wear golds, coppers and bronzes. Greens look outstanding on you. If you want to use color, but in a subtle way then use it to line your eyes. Try dramatic looks or multiple colors on your eyes when you want something different.

3. Are your eyes light brown? Light brown eyes are unexpectedly striking. Do you have golden flecks in your eyes? If so then remember to use a very pale yellow as a highlight. The one thing you need to be careful of is not to overpower your brown shade. Limit the darker shadows to use in the crease area. While other colors of brown might enjoy black eyeliner you may want to consider a dark brown instead.

4. Are your eyes so light they look hazel? This is a level that looks great with colors that are just a little darker than your normal skintone would be. Champagne and mauve colors look great with hazel eyes. The key to making hazel really stand out is to line them with another color such as a violet, bronze or dark brown. Apricot or pink highlight works well with this color, too. Pass on black eyeliner because it tends to overpower hazel.

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