How to choose between cooler (blue-toned) and warmer shades?
All you need to do is to hold a colour up to your face in the mirror to determine if it boosts or busts. Depending on what you want to tone down, hide or unleash, play with harmony and discord between your eye colour and your lips and cheeks.
A marvelous optical illusion (the low quantities of melanin within your iris, coupled with the action of chromosome 15, reflect the light much like a lake would) graces you with the most celebrated eye colours. Take advantage of it, but without overdoing it. For titillating pupils, avoid combining blue-toned shadows in favour of warmer tones like navy, smokey grey, chocolate, apricot or copper.
Chromosome 19 affords you this pretty and rare eye colour. From mauve to prune, all shades of red will add fire to your gaze: opposites attract as they say.
A shade that can hide another and reflect your mood as well as the skys. Want them to appear blue? Grey or coppery red will do the trick. Feeling green? Dress in lavender or aqua marine.
Warm, sandy tones ranging from beige to brown and very dark eyelashes will complement these brilliant peppers, as will all prune, purple and green-bronze tones.
The rainbows spectrum offers itself to you, but beware of too light or pearly can unflatteringly discolour the whites of you eyes. Midnight blues, dark grey, brown or buff tones will accentuate the mystery of dark eyes.