Eye makeup can be tricky for those who wear glasses. There are a lot of tips that you need to consider. With that said, this article outlines some of the most important things to remember when wearing eye makeup with glasses.
One thing you need to keep in mind is applying your eyeliner and mascara closer to your lashes and eyebrows and avoid the crease underneath the frame. For those who wear glasses with thick frames, you can apply your eyeliner on top of the frame instead of along it as well.
If you want an eyewear-friendly option for eye makeup, look into what brands have anti-reflective lenses in them, like Marc Jacobs or Luxottica frames.
Most people are not aware of the best ways to apply eye makeup under glasses. They assume that the makeup will smudge or that it will not look as good. It is important to have the right tools and application techniques for this situation, though.
Eye Makeup Tips for Glasses Wearers
Eyebrows should be given a second chance, don’t make them disappear! Add a little extra something to your eyebrows with a well blended liner and two or three cheeky strokes of mascara. Work into the corners of the brows and fill in any sparse areas with an eye pencil that’s similar to your skin tone. If you’re not using an eyebrow pencil, use an eyebrow powder instead.
Most people take eyes for granted, but we never underestimate how important they are to enhancing our makeup looks. Whether you’re wearing glasses or not, investing in a good lip liner and matte lipstick will always be worth it. Don’t forget to apply some lip balm before applying lipstick, so it goes on smoothly and evenly! Chocolate is always the best colour choice for those looking for that sexy look that screams, “I’m wearing glasses!”
Eyeliner is a beauty staple that makes your eyes look bigger and brighter. But what if you have glasses? Some of us may be wearing contact lenses, but most of us are wearing glasses. This is why it’s important to find ways to make your eye makeup look distinctively different with or without your frames.
Whether you wear eyeliner while wearing contacts or not, there are still some best practices you should follow to make sure your eyeliner does not smudge or run. You can use these tips to apply eyeliner with any type of contact lens or without them.
The most important thing here is to clean off your eye makeup thoroughly before applying eye makeup. If you wear contacts, remove them using the lens-remover wipe that comes with the package.
Then, take a cotton ball soaked in alcohol and wipe both the outer and inner surface of your lids with it to remove any traces of water that may have got into your eyes while wearing contacts. This will ensure that the lids are completely dry for proper application of eyeshadow and liner.
It is possible for glasses wearers to be able to wear the same makeup as someone who doesn’t wear glasses, but hopefully these tips help you achieve your desired look.