14 Makeup Tips Everyone Who Wears Glasses Needs To Know
By JELENA ASKA
Curl Your Lashes
Since your eyes are hidden behind your glasses, you’ll really want your lashes to pop. So, to achieve that and before you apply mascara, try curling your lashes since it will make your lashes appear bigger and more voluminous.
When it comes to choosing the right mascara, you need to prioritize volume over length because keeping the lashes full and separated will enhance the eyes. It’s also best to use waterproof mascara so you can avoid any smudging or transferring.
Your eye makeup should enhance your frames, so you need to consider the thickness and color. The color of your eyeshadow shouldn’t compete with the color of your glasses, so you need to find the combination that feels and looks right for you.
Eyeliner is a great way to accentuate your eyes if you wear glasses because there are different ways to incorporate it. Experts recommend adjusting your eyeliner’s thickness to the thickness of your frames and if your glasses are rimless, you should try the “barely there” trend.
One of the most common makeup concerns of those wearing glasses is the smudging that can occur in the areas where their glasses touch their nose or cheeks. To combat that, press your foundation and concealer into the skin around the bridge of your nose instead of pulling.