Making Your Eyes Dominant

1) Complimentary colour contrast 

Once you have found your favourite eye enhancers that reflect your eyes natural colour, the next step is to find the complimentary colour to make the eyes pop. By offering a balanced opposite colour you are finding the highest level of contrast for your eye colour. This will intensify the colour of your eye and be the most striking choice. This is a good choice for lipstick, blusher, jewellery, scarves and clothing.

Find the nearest colour to the dominant colour in your iris on a colour wheel and look at the colour directly opposite: 

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Colour wheels are only 2 dimensional, and only display a small selection of colours you will find in make-up brands and in clothing. This is just an initial guide to start your search for your perfect colours.

If you don’t like the colour that is your complimentary one, then you have options. You always have options. This is about your personality and personal taste, more than it is about your natural colours. A colour analyst can show you a range of colours that will make you look vibrant, healthy and younger, but you bring yourself to the table. Choose from the palette the colours that reflect you and your lifestyle, or challenge the analyst to find them in the best colours for your skin tone. It’s two way. 

2) Triadic colour contrast 

If you found the complimentary colour too contrasting, or unflattering then your next research is based on a triangle on the colour wheel. This offers you two extra colours to test out.

Find the nearest colour to the dominant colour in your iris on a colour wheel and look at the colours at the two other points of the triangle: 

Colour wheels are only 2 dimensional, and only display a small selection of colours you will find in make-up brands and in clothing. This is just an initial guide to start your search for your perfect colours. A personal colour analysis session will find seventy colours to flatter your skin tone and make your eyes shine.

Choose from the palette the colours that reflect you and your lifestyle, or challenge the analyst to find your favourite colours in the best version for your skin tone. Remember - it’s a two-way process. 

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