Makeup tips for women who wear glasses
"Eyeglasses may make a major difference in your appearance, and how you style your makeup to match your frames is entirely up to you."
However, here are a few fashionable tips to help you look your best.
Boost your brows
Glasses frame your face and draw attention to your brows, so if your brows are well-shaped, you've already won half the battle.
Your brows should be sculpted and peeking over the rim of your spectacles. You should maintain everything looking as natural as possible.
To avoid touch-ups, prime and set your foundation while your spectacles are sitting on your nose.
Pile on mascara
Wearing mascara immediately helps to open the eyes, and it's a simple and quick tip to pull off.
You'll want to use an elongating and thickening mascara in tandem to give volume and length to your natural lashes.
To avoid smearing or leaving stains on your glasses, apply a coat of waterproof mascara.
Mascara will rub off on your spectacle's lenses, so keep them curled upwards rather than straight.
Change it up depending on your frames
Choose a color that looks beautiful yet works hard, whether your frame is classic or current.
Like instant eyeliner, black, tortoiseshell, dark navy, burgundy, or charcoal define and enhance aging eyes.
Soft taupe, gray, and tan provide a sculpting effect and can be used to chisel cheekbones or thin features, similar to contour makeup.
Sheer or opaque frames in pink, rose, honey or amber instantly brighten dull, ashy, weary, or pasty skin.
Don't forget to conceal
Glasses can cast a shadow on your dark circles, making them appear larger than they are.
Apply a brightening concealer, then tap it in place.
If your frame doesn't sit flush on your skin, a sprinkle of setting powder can help.
Play with your eyes
Most women who wear glasses believe that keeping their eye makeup minimal is the best way to go.
For the record, bright and striking eye makeup would look great on you as well.
Make a cat eye with your liner and use a vibrant eye makeup color.
It's advisable to consider the color of your frame when choosing an eye shadow color.