By Chantelle Bester
If you have blue/grey eyes (especially if they’re light), try a hint of plum in the outer corners – it instantly brings life to pale-coloured eyes, and adds depth at the same time.
For green/hazel/light brown eyes, give a cool metallic shade like pewter a try. It creates a beautiful contrast since most eyes in this colour family have warm tones. The budget-friendly Wet n Wild Comfort Zone palette, R95 (Clicks) have great shades for green and brown eyes.
If you have dark brown (or very dark blue/green) eyes, try incorporating a shimmery olive green shade on the lower lid – it will brighten without looking too out-there. A hit of copper also does wonders to enhance dark eyes.