Hey glasses wearer! This post is for you!! I am a glasses wearer too and many times I ask myself if I put a make up on my eyes or not? What color the make up could be? Does the make up be light or I can put dark too? And today I find some interesting information about makeup for glasses wearers. I find them here and I will tell the most interesting and useful information below.
FOCUS ON GREAT SKIN
Take care about your skin to look great. You can make this using foundation, primer, blush and illuminator. When your skin looks good, wearing glasses looks deliberate, not like you just put them because you don’t have time to get ready.
MAKE A NUDE LIP
The nude lip are wonderful if you are a glasses wearer. They are perfect especially if your glasses frame is dark or heavy.
EMPHASIZE YOUR LASH LINE—NOT LIDS
If you wear a glasses it doesn’t mean you can’t put make up on your eyes, but there are some instructions for glasses wearer. To look amazing, it is better to emphasize the lash lines, not the lids. You can put a black mascara – it look really amazing, on the upper and lower lashes too.
But if you wear a glasses an make without frames, you can make your eyes little more dramatic with a dark eyeliner and light shadow, such as peach or beige. And the really good combination of that eye looks is a nude lipstick. You must try that!!
DO A BRIGHT LIP – IT IS LOOK AMAZING
You can do a bright lip, of course!! Especially if your glasses frame is not colored, if it black or light brown, you can put a colored lipstick. It is look wonderful – look below the pictures!
YOU CAN WEAR A COLORED SHADOW TOO
But you must be careful about combination of colors. You can put colored shadow if your glasses frames are black and you don’t wear some colored clothes. Also, you must pay attention of lipstick color. Colored shadow goes wanderful with some nude nuance of lipstick.
Well, I hope you have learned some useful in-formations about make up for glasses wearers. So, all you need to do is to choose your favorite combination and be stylish with your glasses.