Intensifying your natural eye color is the easiest way to cheat bigger and more seductive eyes. Today you’ll get the lowdown on some beauty basics: the most flattering shades for your particular color – and how to transition it from day to night using the one shadow tone that compliments all eyes.
It’s a fact – brown eyes sparkle with blue liner, but blue sounds scary to some. Wander Beauty’s Slide Gel Liner in Indigo Blue is not your big sister’s blue from ’86 – yes, that blue is still outdated – Wander’s version is a deepened navy that picks up the honey tones in your beautiful browns. The formula is smooth, waterproof, and so very easy to use. After application, keep your eyes closed for 20-30 seconds to let the liner set and you’re good to go for the day!
Blue and green eyes look brighter with Slide Liner in Bronzed Brown. It’s less harsh than black but still just as striking. This shade of brown does not lean too warm – meaning there’s no underlying red tone to make your eyes look irritated, as some warmer browns tend to do.
Black is a staple color for your liner wardrobe and help hazel eyes appear more green. It’s also the secret to transitioning these shades from day to night – just pop Smokey Black in your waterline, smudging it slightly onto your lower lash line. Blend softly with your pinky finger before it locks into place. This 1-minute makeup addendum takes your look from desk to drinks instantly.
For another eye-popping option, consider a product that sacrifices effort, not glam, like Wander Beauty’s Exquisite Liquid Eyeshadow in Dove Grey. This long-wearing cream shadow makes an amazing one-step smokey eye utilizing the most universal of all colors: taupe. It’s not only a timeless neutral, but it truly makes any eye color stand out. Exquisite Liquid Eyeshadow can also be used under the lower lash line to smoke out the look – its applicator makes it a total breeze.
Finally, try Ramy’s Perfect Eye Wand. This baby is unique (not to mention ergonomic) and contains a mahogany eyeliner on one end with a blendable taupe-grey cream shadow on the other. It’s a bit unexpected and fun, but more importantly, high performing. Keeping this in your handbag ensures that you have a reliable eye shadow, liner, and the proper tools (your fingers!) for any and all makeup situations.
Bonus 411: Wander Beauty recently released Wanderout Dual Lipsticks, a 2-bullet set consisting of an everyday neutral and a bolder pop of color. Whether you’re fair to medium-deep, the Wanderberry/Barely There duo pairs beautifully with any of the aforementioned looks! These lipsticks are creamy and can also be combined together for endless combinations of mauve and berry.
Which of these eye enhancers is your favorite? As always, send questions, feedback, and your recreation photos to email@example.com.