Use a color wheel and the color combination rules.
Colors that are opposite each other are called complementary (contrast), and combinations thereof are complementary.
Complementary colors that are next to each other are mutually reinforcing. I’d like to emphasize that eye color (if makeup is chosen to match iris color as opposed to the outfit) should lead to a color choice that is opposite of it on the color wheel.
It should be noted that if you put the color that matches the color of the iris on the upper eyelid, the iris itself will fade and become less bright, but if the same color is applied to the lower eyelid just under the iris, it will be highlighted by this color will become brighter.
Colors that match every eye color:
To match brown eyes: purple, lilac, violet, lilac, cornflower blue, ultramarine, all shades of blue, bright blue, green moss, may green, swamp green, peach, apricot, shades of brown from dark brown to beige, dark gray, purple-gray, olive, pink, silver, gold.
To match green eyes: brown, black, dark gray, dark purple, black and brown, dark chocolate, bronze, peach, gold, red and purple, purple, lilac, orris, mauve, cornflower, ultramarine, lavender, shades of gray from light gray to charcoal, gray and beige, rose, peach and brown, red and brown, orange and brown, plum, burgundy.
The following colors give green eyes an emerald hue: dark purple, copper with red hues, terracotta and dark blue. Using pure shades of red is not recommended.
To match blue eyes: milk chocolate, brown, bronze, gold, peach, apricot, gray, swamp green, purple, lavender, lilac, plum, ginger, rose, yellow, copper, rust.
For gray eyes, almost any colors matches since the color gray is a neutral, primary color. Just make sure that the chosen colors are not too bright. Highlight the color gray is a great value: shades of steel, silver, yellow, and all shades of blue and black. If you have chameleon eyes or mixed eye color (gray-blue, green-brown, etc), we can choose one of the eye colors and use shades that are suitable for the color that we want to get.