This is one of most commonly requested posts/videos. Here are some make-up tips for glasses wearers. The video tutorial will be up soon.
If you’re long sighted:
Eyes appear bigger through the lenses. It’s best to use darker shades on the lid to give the illusion of smaller eyes through the glasses. This doesn’t mean choosing dramatic black or similar dark colours, it just means choosing a shade that’s darker rather than lighter. For example, if you want to wear neutral shades go for medium brown instead of a light brown. Avoid highlighting the inner corner of the eye which only makes eyes appear bigger. For a night time look use darker shades on lid and smudge a little under the eye. You could even add some dark kohl pencil to the inner rim of the eye.
If you’re short sighted:
You eyes appear smaller behind the glasses. It’s best to line along the top lashes and use a lighter or brighter shade on the lip to give the illusion that they eye is bigger through the lenses. Highlight the inner corner of the eye. You could try wearing some taupe or white liner on the inner rim of the eye.
Some other considerations:
- Don’t overcompensate for glasses by piling on loads of make-up
- Glasses can cast a shadow under the eyes so a little concealer can go along way. A light reflecting concealer would be perfect (assuming you don’t need colour correction)
- Consider your frames when choosing your make-up. If you wearing heavy frames a natural look will look great. If your frames are lighter or frameless you could experiment with a more dramatic look.
- Glasses emphasise your brows so focus on grooming and shaping brows.
- Curl your lashes before applying mascara to prevent your lashes catching in your glasses.
The video tutorial will be up in the nest few days.
I hope this was helpful!