How to Make Brown Eyes Pop!
With different eye colours, there are certain eyeshadow colours that can really make your eyes pop.
If you've got brown eyes, why not try the colour purple? It's a great contrast with the colour brown so really makes your eyes stand out.
If purple feels a little bit too bold for you, you could try using a soft pink as the main colour, with just a subtle hint of plum.
In this video, I show you how to enhance brown eyes, trying a colour that may be new to you but in a really wearable way!
You will need:
1 x PC35 Pigment Applicator Brush
1 x PC51 Glitter Base Applicator Brush
1 x PC10 Blending Brush
1 x Peaches & Cream Eyeshadow Primer
1 x Euphoria Loose Eyeshadow Pigment
1 x Crush or Kitten Loose Eyeshadow Pigment
Use the Peaches & Cream Glitter Base Applicator Brush to apply a thin layer of our Eyeshadow Primer to the lid of the eye
Use any neutral brown eyeshadow to create a base of colour across the socket and underneath the lower lash line
With the Peaches & Cream Pigment Applicator Brush, pat our Euphoria pigment onto the centre of your lid
If you'd like a softer look, use our Crush pigment all over the lid and add a subtle plum smoke in the outer corner of the eye
Finish with your mascara and a thin black eyeliner
I've got green eyes and I'm wearing brown contact lenses for the video. I loved seeing how different the colour purple looked with a new eye colour!