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Makeup Tips to Make Your Brown Eyes Stand Out

The eyes are said to be the window of the soul. It often becomes your face’s focal point and greatest asset. It is actually the first thing that people will look into in judging your appearance. For these reasons, it is very important for you to give this feature special attention when it comes to putting on makeup. Keep in mind that eye color is a very important factor in determining the shades of makeup to be applied. Brown eyes however are one of the trickiest eye colors when it comes to makeup. Here are some of the makeup tips for brown eyes:

Go back to the basics

Go back to the basics

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It doesn’t matter if you are a beginner or you’re already in intermediate or advance level of doing makeups. The thing is, for a makeup to look stunning, you must always remember to go back to the basics. These may include brush strokes, applications and finishing touches, etc. Always try to recall where and how you started, because more often than not, they are applicable at any stage of your makeup career. This is especially useful for brown eyes, as they require utmost simplicity in application.

Recognize the shade

Recognize the shade

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All people are created unique, so thus their eyes. Remember that there is no hard and fast rule when it comes to makeup tips for brown eyes. What you must first do is identify which shade of brown is your eyes and follow these simple steps:

  1. Deep dark brown eyes – Complementary colors include medium to dark color range. Just make sure that you highlight them with light shades so as to not make it look so harshly dark. Make sure that the contrast between the dark colors and the highlight colors are apparent for that striking look.
  2. Medium brown eyes – As this color is almost neutral, you can set it up with any color depending on the effect you want to achieve. Gold, purple and bronze will look highly dramatic in this eye color; just make sure that they are blended carefully. You can also use green to make it look light and refreshing. Just play around the lightest to darkest sequence when applying the makeup.
  3. Light brown eyes – With a light brown shade, dark colors must be limited to the crease area. You don’t want your intricate light brown color to be overwhelmed by dark and striking colors. Another thing to remember is that with a light brown shade, it is always better to use a dark brown eye liner than a black one.

Remember that you are very lucky to have that brown eyes! As it is a combination of most colors, so you don’t need to be repelled by other shades. Most makeup tips for dark brown eyes tells you to just play around the shades and not to avoid any particular color. Just pick up your favorites shades, work them up from light to dark (or vice versa) and you’re ready to go!