At EyesBright, we offer a range of products designed to help our customers enjoy whichever eye colour they want. It can be tough acclimatising to a new colour, though: after all, those classic ‘go-to’ get-ups might not look quite the same when the eye colour isn’t popping. That’s why we thought we’d write you all a guide looking at which outfit colours work best with which eye colours:
One of the benefits of blue eyes is that they can be easily be manipulated to look either brighter or darker, depending on the outfit worn. Wearing a lighter outfit such as a pretty blue dress or a white top will help throw more emphasis on the lighter specs within the eye, with darker tops, shirts and dresses in turn helping the darker parts of the eye to stand out. Other colours that work great are pink (which offers a nice contrast) and some shades of brown which helps to lend a bit of warmth to the blue. There is of course also the eye-catching contrast between the blue and black.
If you’re not naturally blue-eyed but you’d like to achieve the look, our vivid blue contact lenses are ideal.
There’s something about green eyes that looks undoubtedly stylish. However, that doesn’t mean that they can’t be further emphasised through the creative use of some other colours. Matching greens are definitely worth looking at, as they can help to add a sense of extra depth. Those looking to help add some extra sparkle should consider the merits of a purple outfit, as this can help the eyes appear brighter. And, just like blue eyes, green eyes look great when contrasted with black.
Our natural green contact lenses are indistinguishable from the real thing, so they’re perfect for those that want to achieve the natural look.
Dark brown eyes
The main aim of those with the darkest shade of brown eyes (the shade often referred to as ‘black-brown’), is to try and help them ‘pop’. Fortunately, there are a lot of different colours that can help to achieve this effect. Neutral colours – especially off-white, ivory or cream – naturally complement the dark brown, and depending on the shade of the outfit can help to both lighten and darken the impression that they make. The jewel tones also look great: ruby red, sapphire blue and dark teal, as well as emerald and royal greens all provide a stark contrast that can be genuinely stunning and vibrant.
Those seeking a vibrant dark-brown look should consider investing in our natural brown contact lenses.
Light brown eyes
It’s quite surprising how little overlap there is between the right colours for dark brown eyes and the right ones for the lighter, hazel shades. While the former works great when contrasted with brighter, more vibrant colours, the latter is more suited to the delicate shades of the autumnal spectrum. Soft yellows, oranges, delicate reds and peaches all help to emphasise the redder tones found within light brown eyes. Other colours that naturally suit hazel eyes are greens (which are autumnal in their own way) as well as other shades of brown. Again, as is the case with most outfits, using variations of the same colour can help to add more depth to the different elements.
Our natural hazel contact lenses are the perfect choice for anyone seeking a stunning light brown aesthetic.