The best eyeliner colours for your eyes
Blue eyes really suit warm tones of bronze, copper and brown. The contrast of warm and cool makes the colour in blue eyes intensify. Try our Bronze Amulet, Copper Sphinx, Nubian Brown and Babylon Brown eyeliners.
Brown eyes are enhanced with vivid colours of blues and greens. These bright colourful shades balance nicely with the deeper brown colour of your eyes. Try our Teal Malachite, Lazuli Blue, Ancient Pewter and Emerald Green eyeliners.
Green and hazel eyes match perfectly with purple. This unique combination gives a sensational result for dazzling eyes. Gold, bronze and copper tones also really highlight them. Try our Jewel Amethyst, Bronze Amulet, Alchemy Gold and Imperial Bronze eyeliners.
All in all, the easiest way to choose the best colour for your eyes is to find a shade that is the most opposite to your eyes. It’s all about contrast not competing. Remember this is only a guide, and the best way for you to find out is to have fun trialling different shades and looks.
Anyone can look amazing in coloured eyeliner with the right tips and tricks! Here’s how.
1. Style matters
First, you’ll need to decide where you want your pop of colour to be. If you’re thinking upper lid, you have the option of either a liquid or pencil eyeliner. However, liquids can be a bit tricky on the lower lash line so it’s best to stick with pencils for that area.
Our creamy Goddess Pencils can be used for a bold cat eye, subtle smokey eye or even blended into an eyeshadow. Our Metallic Liquid Liners are designed to give you a vivid pop of bold colour, however you can also use a brush or your finger to blend them into a soft shimmery eyeshadow!
2. Start small
If you’re not yet a confident coloured eyeliner wearer, start on a smaller scale by lining your eyes with a fine black line and then lining them with your coloured eyeliner right along with the black. Slightly blend them into each other and ta-da! You have a subtle hint of fun colour.
3. Keep it simple
This ones simple, keep it simple! Let your eyes be the star of the show and stick to using neutral tones for the rest of your makeup.