Jemma Kidd's Iris Enhancers

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They say that eyes are the window to the soul. If that's the case the more we can do to draw attention to that gorgeous feature the better. Certain eye looks and trends work better on different shaped eyes but the shades we choose also works in harmony to really make eyes pop. But…how do you know what colors will work best with green, blue, or brown? This is a science ladies, and thanks to Jemma Kidd your decision has been made so much easier. 

 

I-ris Enhancers Blue        I-ris Enhancer Brown        I-ris Enhancer - Green

 

They say that eyes are the window to the soul. If that's the case the more we can do to draw attention to that gorgeous feature the better. Certain eye looks and trends work better on different shaped eyes but the shades we choose also works in harmony to really make eyes pop. But…how do you know what colors will work best with green, blue, or brown? This is a science ladies, and thanks to Jemma Kidd your decision has been made so much easier. 

 

Jemma Kidd's Iris Enhancer comes in a compact, you simply choose the color of eye you have. Inside the compact are three different shades that work together to enhance your iris's color for truly stand out eyes. Two perfectly selected mid shades teamed with an intense defining tone for added definition. Your eyes are the first thing that people notice, especially if they're lucky enough to get that close, so give them something gorgeous to stare into. 

 

I-ris Enhancer - Green

 
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