The saying “Eyes are the window to the soul” is very popular. The eyes, which are the main features of the face, can reveal so much even when mouth remains silent. Some people believe that personality traits and the color of a person’s eyes are correlated. Also, clear and sparkling eyes mean good health, youth and happiness — which are all priceless qualities that no amount of money can buy. People use makeup to add more color to their cheeks and lips and also color their hair. It’s not as simple to correct bloodshot, dull or tired eyes, so that’s why people want their eyes to look to look vibrant and sparkle with life.
Thanks to AIR OPTIX COLORS, it’s easy even for those who haven’t been keeping up with beauty sleep or eating enough carrots and leafy greens for colorful, sparkling and youthful looking eyes. AIR OPTIX COLORS offers breathable colored contact lenses that delivers the most gorgeous, gleaming and colorful eyes one can imaging having. It really does transform dull, tired, sleep deprived eyes into beautiful, healthy looking, vibrant and the most envied looking eyes that babies have. This spring and summer, go ahead and be bold by giving your eyes a different color to make a fashion statement through the eyes. For a free in-office trial offer gift certificate, visit here.
AIR OPTIX COLORS offers nine vibrant colors that range from subtle to vibrant in order to achieve bright and beautiful looking eyes:
- Brilliant blue or Blue
- Gray or sterling gray
- Gemstone green or green
- Pure hazel
Allan Avendano, makeup artist to the stars and AIR OPTIX COLORS spokesperson, offers some useful tips below on what eye shadow shades pair best with each AIR OPTIX COLORS contacts.
- Sterling Gray and Gray – Cooler tones such as navy or dark gray add a great contrast, and similarly, dark brown shades or smoky tones also do a good job in bringing out gray eyes.
- Gemstone Green and Green – Purple or a deep plum shadow can really bring out the hues in green eyes and make them look instantly lighter and brighter.
- Brilliant Blue and Blue – You really want to stick to colors that are more neutral such as grays or browns, as they tend to complement the blue eye color instead of distracting from it.
- Pure Hazel, Honey and Brown – Honey and Brown tones have a wide range of color options when it comes to eye shadow. Having a darker eye-color, and since brown is already neutral, you can use any hue to make them pop. My favorite is adding peach or purple tones.