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You can choose a combination of stones in jewelry matched with your eye color. When choosing earrings for both aesthetic and therapeutic effects, it is necessary to start from two main principles: similarities and opposites.

If you want to emphasize the beauty and color of your eyes, then to blue eyes you should choose blue stones - they will enhance the blueness and depth of the eyes, you will express peace and charm.

If you have a goal to catch attention choose yellow, orange stones or, most importantly, the color of your Zodiac's elements to your blue eyes. These tones will give you a pulse of energy, and also strengthen your nervous system and help improve digestion.



To brown eyes it’s good to choose amber, jasper, carnelian, as contrasting colors beautiful green scale, as well as purple, lilac (amethyst, lilac tourmaline, charoite). And for women with dark brown eyes, the best assistant will be a garnet or dark amber.

To sparkling iridescent eyes of any shade of color to enhance their brilliance and charm, select, if possible, stones of brindle, feline and falcon eyes.

Black eyes are universal and beautiful - they can match with beautiful stones of all colors, especially corals, turquoise (by the way, turquoise brightens any face), pearls, malachite, ruby, amethyst.

The saturation and depth of green eyes is very well emphasized by turquoise, malachite, and laurelite.

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