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Choosing a Frame Color to Make Your Eyes Pop

 

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Best Glasses for Brown Eyes

Estimates say that anywhere from half to three-quarters of the world has brown eyes. Because brown eyes are so common, it can take a little extra work to get those around you to realize their natural beauty. Fortunately, when you choose the right pair of glasses, you’ll find that the people in your life suddenly have a new appreciation for the color brown. Whether your eyes are the warm color of milk chocolate or the smoldering hue of a fresh pot of coffee, certain colors can help you bring out these gorgeous hues. 

Earthy tones are great for reminding people of the inherent beauty of brown. Tortoise frames can be especially good at playing with the varied shades of brown in your eyes, lending them an air of warmth and depth. 

Classic black or gray frames can also enhance brown eyes. By going with these dark tones, your eyes will look brighter and more vibrant in comparison. 

If you’d rather a bold frame color, reach for something in a pool blue. Contrasting your deep browns against blue—the next most common eye color—will give you a bold, confident look. 

 

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Best Glasses for Blue Eyes

Blue eyes, which account for 8-10% of all eyes on the planet, can range from bright sky blue to deep navy blue. But regardless of where your eyes fall on the color spectrum, there are a few different things you can do to bring out those baby blues. 

One option is to wear frames that match your eyes. If you have flecks of navy in your eyes, for example, wearing a pair of navy frames can play with those flecks and enhance their unique appeal. Try experimenting with different shades of blue to see which ones best pull out the colors in your eyes.

For an even more subtle approach, you can feel confident reaching for plain gray or black frames. This classic look is a great way to let your eyes shine on their own merit. You can also get away with brown or tortoise frames, especially if you have brown hair as well. By allowing your glasses to fade into the background, so to speak, your eyes will take center stage. 

On the other hand, if you like a more bold color choice, orange is your friend. As the complementary color to blue, orange frames will naturally make your blue eyes pop while adding fun and pizzazz to your day. 

 

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Best Glasses for Hazel Eyes

Hazel eyes are ever changing. Speckled with varied tones of brown, green, and gold, the color they appear depends on what you’re wearing on any given day. The trick to making hazel eyes pop is to choose glasses that will bring out the tones you favor most while also knowing that your eyes may still play tricks on you. 

Earthy neutral frames can work well with hazel eyes because you know that whether your eyes are tending toward blue, green, or brown on any given day, they’re still going to look fabulously chic. But if you want to be really daring, reach for frames with a hint of gold. These will bring out the gold flecks that make your hazel eyes so unique and playful-looking. 

 

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Best Glasses for Amber Eyes

Amber eyes are golden yellow in color, without any flecks of blue, brown, or green. Although they can sometimes get mistaken for brown at first sight, amber eyes are much more coppery in appearance due to a lack of melanin in the iris. 

Your amber eyes will shine from behind classic black frames. These are an easy, safe choice if you want your eyes to stand out. But if you’re looking for something a little more bold, try reaching for a pair of purple frames. As yellow’s complementary color, purple frames can really showcase the unique color of your eyes, differentiating them from the browns they often get confused with. 

 

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Best Glasses for Green Eyes

Green eyes have a warm, earthy appearance. Many people choose to complement that appearance by choosing warm, earthy glasses. Tortoise, caramel, and gold will all bring out the undertones in your green eyes, making them seem extra warm and joyful as a result. 

Your other option is to show off your unique eye color by choosing equally unique frames. Red frames, as green’s complementary color, are a natural go-to choice to make green eyes pop. But because green eyes are so often speckled with bits of yellow and gold, any frames in the red and purple families will look amazing. That includes cranberry, plum, burgundy, and lavender. This is an eye color you can really have fun accenting and dressing up! 

 

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Best Glasses for Gray Eyes

Less than 1% of the population is graced with gray eyes, making it one of the most captivating eye colors on the planet. As a result, it doesn’t take much to cause people to do a double-take if you’re one of the lucky few sporting gray eyes. 

That being said, we’d recommend against pairing gray eyes with gray frames, as this can make them look a little washed out and downplay their natural beauty. Instead, dare to be different by choosing frames in bright, bold colors. Just about any color looks good with gray, making this one of the most fun eye colors to accentuate. 

Not a fan of big and bright? Darker frames can look equally stunning. Instead of your classic black or gray, try going with navy, burgundy, or deep purple. 

 

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Dress for Your Most Confident YOU! 

Eye colors are on a spectrum, and not all eyes are created the same. As you begin to wear different frames and examine your reflection in the mirror, you’ll find yourself noticing different tones in your eyes that you hadn’t noticed before. The more you pay attention to your eyes, the more fun it will be to accentuate them with different pairs of glasses. Ultimately, the most important thing is to choose glasses that make you feel beautiful. If your glasses put a smile on your face, that will make your eyes pop more than anything else!