Glasses have evolved into an accessory that can be added and removed from your daily routine to create a new look. You can make the most out of your glasses, whether you wear them for function or fashion. Here are some tips by Kristen, our aesthetician.
When you wear glasses, your brows are even more important because they provide structure to the eye area. If you don’t want to make a bold statement, fill in any gaps with powder or pencil and give it a slight arch. Kristen uses GloBrow Powder Duo.
If you wear glasses, particularly thick or dark frames, you should keep your makeup lighter. Keep your makeup warm and neutral. Stick to nudes, pinks, browns, or browns instead of dark grays. This will prevent the eyes from appearing too heavy. Avoid glittery or shimmery shadows, as the reflection of your lenses will intensify their shine. Kristen uses Jane Iredale’s Triple Pressed Eye Shadow in Sweet Spot. She uses the lighter shades to cover the lids and the darker shades in the crease.
Instead of reaching for a black or brown pencil, use a white or nude pencil to line the waterline. The lighter color on the waterline will make the eyes appear larger. Kristen selected GloPrecision Eyepencil Peach as her waterline.
Curl your lashes before applying mascara. Curling your lashes will make them look longer and keep them from slipping behind your lenses. Focus on the outer corners when applying your mascara to create a fluttery look. Try Youngblood Outrageous Lashes Mineral Lengthening Mascara.