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Makeup Tips for Glasses Wearers

Wearing glasses can be a great way to express your unique style, but it can also be tricky to figure out which makeup looks work best. The type and size of frames you choose will influence which makeup options look best on you. But there are some tips and tricks that glasses wearers can use to make the most of their makeup while still rocking their favorite frames. Let’s take a look at some of the ways that you can ensure your makeup complements your glasses!

Eyebrows & Frames
When wearing glasses, eyebrows are one of the first features people notice, so making sure they look great is key. If you’re wearing smaller frames, focus on defining your brows with eyebrow pencils or powders to give them more structure and definition. Larger frames work well with bolder brows, so feel free to fill them in with an angled brush for a strong arch.

Contouring & Color
Another way to enhance your features when wearing glasses is contouring—the art of using light and dark colors to shape and define facial features like cheekbones and jawlines. To minimize the appearance of tiny eyes behind big lenses, try using lighter shades on the inner corner and darker shades on the outer corners of your eyes to create an illusion of depth. Don’t forget about color! Adding pops of color like bright blush or bold lipstick can draw attention away from the lenses and help balance out any strong lines created by larger frames.

Eye Shadow & Lash Length
When it comes to eye shadow, it’s important not to go overboard if you’re wearing small frames—you don’t want your shadow covering up too much of your face! Instead, opt for neutral tones that won’t compete with the frame shape or size. For those who wear large frames, feel free to experiment with brighter colors and heavier application techniques like smoky eyeshadow looks for added drama. Longer lashes will also help open up your eyes when paired with bigger frames—try using mascara or false eyelashes for added length and volume!

No matter what kind of eyewear you choose to rock each day, there are plenty of ways that you can make sure your makeup looks amazing without competing with or covering up too much of your face! By taking into account factors like frame size and shape as well as prescription strength, you can create custom looks that complement rather than detract from what makes each individual unique—including their specs! With these tips in mind, you should have no problem creating beautiful makeup looks that highlight both your eyes (and eyeglasses) perfectly!