This week, our challenge for the Fashion Beauty Panel was to come up with looks that enhance and bring out our eye colour.
I have hazel eyes, so I can consider myself lucky. Purples make them stand out, gold colours bring out the warmth, green shades can fool you into thinking I have green eyes and browns, well, browns look good on everyone.
See what all the beauty panelists use to complement their blue, green and brown eyes in this week's article.
"Hazel eyes are so versatile. You can work with a myriad of colours and
help bring out different undertone in your eyes, with different
eyeshadows. My go-to shades are purple, green, gold and dark blue. In
the summer I like to opt for gold and help bring out the gold and warmth
in my eyes with rich coppery shades and fun vibrant lemony yellows.
Gold are the new neutrals. They can work for day time, can be
incorporated in a night smoky eye look, you can wear a sheer wash of
colour, pigments or even play around with rich eyeliners. My favorite
combos are these two M.A.C Cosmetics pigments in “Old Gold” and “Golden
Lemon.” They are so opaque and rich and really make my eyes look like
honey, especially in the sun. It’s a shame the camera can’t capture
To define my eyes, I like to tightline with a chocolate brown
colour and finish up with two generous coats of mascara. Nothing makes
eyes sexier than a full set of luscious lashes.
Products used: M.A.C Cosmetics Pigment in “Old Gold” and “Golden Lemon,” Lancôme Hypnôse Mascara, Rimmel Scandal Eyes Khol in “Brown,” Annabelle iTransformer"
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