Getting your make-up right can be very tricky when you wear glasses. But ladies, wearing glasses does not mean that you should avoid wearing makeup.
You only need to find the right makeup tips and tricks that will help to create the makeup look that is the best for you and luckily, in today’s article we have some great tips and tricks to share with you.
The first thing you should do is to learn how to contour!
If you are wearing glasses, then you probably know that there are times when your glasses cast shadows on your eyes. What to do? The best thing that you can do in that situation is to lighten up certain parts of your face and skin.
You can use lighter foundation in the skin surrounding your nose and eyes. It will surely work, but if you want to take things to a new level, then you can try to put bronzer on your cheekbones, side of the nose and top of the forehead.
Pay attention to size because size does matter
The larger your frame, the more space you will have to play with, and that means you can do whatever you want: a smoky eye, two-toned shadow, etc. If you have small frames, you will probably want to make your eyes appear larger. Go for a thin yet defined line close to the upper lash line and use a beige-colored eye pencil along the bottom waterline to give you a wide-eyed look.
Blush is imperative! If you are wearing glasses and you like to keep your lips as natural as possible, an excellent way to add some color is by putting on some blush. It is best to opt for a blush powder so that the product will not mess up your glasses. Opt for one in the pink shade and apply it.
Do your brows and feel like a star! You MUST make sure that the shape of your brow matches the size and style of the glasses you are wearing. For example, if you are wearing glasses with the bigger frame, you may want to make your eyebrows more thinly and more shapely. But, on the other hand, full and defined eyebrow will best suit glasses with thinner frames.
Apply eyeliner to your eyes! If you want the perfect cat eye, all you need to do is to play with the angle of your winged eyeliner. Play with colors and thicknesses until you find the best look that suits you. Always have in mind that little black pencil liner will surely do the trick.
Downplay your lips ladies! THE RULE is to either highlight your eyes or your lips, but never both.
So, If you have glasses with dramatic flair and you want to match it with an equally dramatic eyeshadow, then downplay your lips. You may want to opt for lipstick in the neutral shade or settle with a lip gloss instead.