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I want my EyeColor Change to have a:
If you have a deep eye color, Honey, Grey, Turquoise, Hazel BrightBlue, BrilliantBlue, SterlingGrey and GemstoneGreen will offer more noticeable eye color change.
Color Matching Guide with skin tone
|Color of Contacts||Skin Tone
|Brown, Hazel or Honey||If your skin color is light: Apply mauve shadow in the crease, and off-white creamy shadow near the brow line.||If the skin color is medium dark: Create a smoky look using matte colors, and graduate the colors with the darkest nearest the lashes and lightest near the brow.||If the skin color is dark: To make your whites brighter and your dark eyes "pop" line your lower lashes.|
|Green||If you skin color is light: Use neutral or pale eye shadows in the green or blue families.||If the skin color is medium dark: Use neutral shadows such as taupes, plums and browns.||If the skin color is dark: Apply bronze shadow in the crease.|
|Blue or Violet||If your skin is light: Emphasize your eye color by using light eye shadows in the green and blue families.||If your skin is medium dark: Emphasize your eye color by using neutral or medium tone colors.||If your skin is dark: Use a mauve, deep brown shadow.|
|Gray or Amethyst||If your skin is light: Use lavender shadow along the upper lash line.||If your skin is medium dark: A hint of silver shadow across the eyelid can create a glamorous look.||If your skin is dark: Use shimmery gunmetal gray or rich, deep purples across the eyelid.|
|Aqua, Turquoise or Sapphire||If your skin is light: Colored eye shadows such as lavenders, pinks or blues look beautiful when dusted across the eyelid.||If your skin is medium dark: Use warm mocha eye makeup to make your eye color "pop".||If your skin is dark: Apply amber eye shadow across the eyelid.|
*The above advice is for reference only. It is general in nature and
is not meant to substitute for any professional advice. 1800Color take
no responsibility for any results.