Colour mixing can be fascinating, fun or frustrating, depending on your interest, knowledge or experience. We hope this post will be of help and interest to those who wish to expand their knowledge of colour mixing.
I am going to make this as simple as possible and there is an awful lot more to it than this but to keep it brief and basic....colours that are opposite on the colour wheel intensify (complement) each other when placed side by side and neutralise each other when placed on top of one and other.
For example, to intensify blue eyes you should wear orange or colours that have orangey tones, like warm orangey browns. Likewise, if your eyes are green, colours with alot of red (reddish purples) will make your eyes really stand out.
To neutralise redness in the skin some people use green colour correctors.