For glasses wearers, makeup can be a tricky issue! But with some simple makeup techniques, you can make your eyes look big and stand out even behind frames.
Keep reading to find out seven makeup tips to make your eyes look bigger, brighter and more noticeable! 👀✨
#1 Under eye concealer
If you have dark circles under your eyes, the shadows created by your glasses frames make it look even worse! Look instantly refreshed and wide awake by applying a yellow-toned brightening concealer under your eyes. Check out our list of best under eye concealers for good coverage and a natural finish!
#2 Curl your lashes + volumising mascara
You don't want your eyelashes to swipe against your glasses, so opt for a volumising mascara rather than a lengthening one. Make sure to curl your lashes to make your eyes look bigger and brighter. Check out our tips on how to make your lashes stay curled all day!
#3 Use light eyeshadow shades
A dark eyeshadow might make you look more tired when wearing glasses. Use light and shimmery colours instead for a bright and open eye makeup look.
#4 Match your makeup with your glasses frame
The thicker your glasses frames are, the more you can pile on the eye makeup! If your glasses frames are thin, light eye makeup will suit the delicate frames better. The same goes for eyeliner! Thick frames go with thick eyeliner and thin frames call for thin eyeliner.
There are many different eyeliners styles that you can experiment and play with!
#5 A strong brow
Make sure to fill in your brows as it may disappear behind your glasses frames. If your glasses frames are thick, you can fill in your eyebrows to look a little heavier.
#6 Match your base makeup with your glasses
If your glasses are coloured or made of a reflective or shiny material like plastic and metal, use a blusher and foundation that's more on the matte side. For glasses that are black or made of matte materials, try a blush with some shimmer!
Apply blush according to your face shape for the most flattering results!
#7 Transparent setting powder
To prevent makeup from transferring onto your glasses, apply a light layer of translucent setting powder on the area where your glasses sits on your nose.
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Text by: GirlStyle SG