Gray-blue eyes themselves are less expressive than, for example, bright blue. Many argue that such eyes are the most mysterious of all, there is some kind of mystery in them. Correctly chosen makeup, hair color and clothes will give the owner of blue-gray eyes more charm and charm.
The perception of the hue of blue-gray eyes depends on external factors such as the weather, the color of the sky, or the tone of the environment. You can also emphasize the expressiveness of such eyes by varying clothes, makeup, hair shade.
Decide for yourself what effect you want to achieve. At your request, the eyes can be made either pale blue or cold metallic shade. If you want to accentuate the blueness, wear blue tones. Gray-blue, smoky blue, denim, turquoise shades are suitable. And in the second case, wear clothes in gray tones. Silvery, ash, smoky shades will make your eyes look colder, steel-colored. Pay attention to the fabric of the clothing you are wearing. Thin soft materials give the eyes a soothing shade, while shiny, thick fabrics sharpen the shade. Also, patterns on shoes, clothes, bags, jewelry give more expressiveness and brightness to gray-blue eyes. Choose patterns from one color scheme: light blue, light blue-gray, and smoky blue.
Owners of gray-blue eyes usually have blonde hair. If your eyes are very light, you shouldn't dye your hair bright red or dark brown. Light caramel shades will suit you - for example, light chestnut or golden blond. The newfangled shade of "blond" hair will look great with light eyes. It is a mixture of blond and brown tones that merge into light chestnut and honey compositions. Remember, hair color for blue-gray eyes should be natural and match well with skin color.
You can accentuate blue-gray eyes with makeup. The following shades of shadows are well combined with such eyes: sky blue, sky blue, grayish, silver blue, dark blue and ice blue. You can also use (especially for those with greenish eyes) golden, copper, watery blue, yellow, light green, emerald and turquoise shadows. Ash-silver shadows will shift the color of your eyes to a more gray and paler, and purple, silver-pink, beige-pink shadows will accentuate their brightness.
Do not use too harsh, contrasting colors in your makeup. The eyeshadow should be slightly darker than your natural eye color. With gray-blue eyes, shades of makeup like "metallic" will be perfectly combined. You can also safely use all shades of blue and blue, in combination with a blue pencil. For daytime makeup, blue and light blue tones of light to medium saturation are good, and shiny, azure shades are perfect for evening ones. Use a light pink or white pencil. Combined with light silvery or bluish shades of eyeshadow, it will add expressiveness to the eyes. Accentuate the outer and inner corners of the eyes. White looks good in daytime makeup. It refreshes blue-gray eyes, while light pink can give them a natural glow.