Makeup for women with glasses

Makeup for women with glasses

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Women who wear glasses or glasses look very interesting and very chic. The times when glasses made girls lose charm are very distant. Now, rather, there are women who use the lenses as an accessory. However, some girls decide not to put on makeup because they feel that the glasses will prevent them from seeing their makeup.

Not putting on makeup because you wear glasses is a serious mistake. You just have to look at Sofia Loren and Anne Hathaway, who wear glasses and always look beautiful and very well made up.

Precisely what you should do is highlight your eyes so that they are seen through the lenses of the lenses.

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1 Increase tabs

1 Increase tabs

This part is perhaps the most important part of the process. Lenses make your eyes look less, which is why it’s so important to make the size of your eyelashes increase a lot. That is achieved, of course, with a mask. It’s best to use versions that enlarge the tabs so that they expand.

Instead of applying two layers of mask, it may be better to apply three or even four.

The idea is that your eyelashes look huge.

If you are one of those who use false or semi-permanent eyelashes, even better.

2 Outline the eyes

2 Outline the eyes

This is an important detail. Whether it’s putting eyeliner on the watermark of the lower eyelid to mark the eyes well, or using liquid eyeliner to make you a beautiful cat’s eye, it is important that the eyes are well highlighted.

Some girls who wear glasses prefer to wear black colors, but others enjoy the difference of using another type of color for delineation: eggplant, dark brown or even green.

The eyeliner will make your eyes perfectly highlighted and will be noticeable despite the lenses.

3 Illuminate the eye contour and highlight the cheekbones

3 Illuminate the eye contour and highlight the cheekbones

Usually the lenses make your dark circles more apparent. That is why it is very important to illuminate the eyes. This is achieved in several ways. You can use concealer to rinse your dark circles. Another option is to mark the area with shades in pink, beige or sand to give light to that part of your face.

In the same way, it is good to use blush, blush or blush to highlight your cheekbones, which may be a little covered by the frame of your lenses. Use soft colors so there is not much clash between the lens frame and your blush.

4 Mark Eyebrows

4 Mark Eyebrows

Sometimes the frame of the lenses makes the eyebrows a little covered and less noticeable. Nothing to see.

The eyebrows are very important because they are the ones that frame the eyes. Comb them well, mark them with a little creron for eyebrows and comb them again.
It is important that their presence is noticed.

5 Do not forget the lips

5 Do not forget the lips

The last touch is the one that should never be missing: make your lips perfectly painted.

Your lenses make all the emphasis of the face on the top of the face. That will cause there to be a small chromatic imbalance. That’s why it’s important that you paint your lips bright colors: red, red wine, magenta, orange.

The idea is that the lenses and your beautiful eyes do not take all the attention but that the lips also have prominence.

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