Eye Makeup: Brown Eyes; Dark, Warm Skin; Dark Hair

Complementary eye makeup colors—the colors that are opposite your eye color on the color wheel—will make your brown eye color look most vivid. When considering your best colors related to your skintone, stick with shadows and liners that also have warm undertones (like your skin). These colors won’t have any cool gray or “iciness” in them, but will lean more towards a sunny look, or have hints of gold in them.

The metallic glint of this bright blue liner is sure to draw your eyes wanted attention.

A sifter dispenser keeps loose powder in control, and the amount of product contained in this pot ensures you’ll be painted royal blue for a long time to come.

Amazonian clay balances skin, while beeswax provides a protective and waterproof barrier that is also known to naturally pump up collagen production.

Pearlescent pigment blends easily onto lids, and is so sheer, it requires little to no blending.

A mechanical base means you’ll never need a sharpener to score that perfect line.

Pick one of the deeper taupes to contour and define eyes, or blend all three together for an eye-opening neutral hue.

A paraben-free product, the sparkle in this dust is created with microcrystalline powder for a soft, blendable iridescent finish.

A cream formulation of fine waxes and pigments, color is resistant to water, heat and humidity for up to 12 hours straight.

This liquid-to-powder formula has a built-in primer that makes for lasting waterproof wear.