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Makeup Tips for the Spectacle Wearer

Tip 1: Never Skip Eye Makeup

No matter how much you feel that your eyes are blocked by the spectacle, there is no need to skip out on Eye makeup. People can see your eyes, and when you skip eye makeup, your overall makeup seems strange. The best way to tackle this situation is to go in for a good eye makeup base, and blend it well with your face makeup. Use a little bit of Kohl and liner and lines your eyes.

Tip 2: Concealers Help Hide dark Circles and Redness

Most regular spectacles wearers can have red spots from wearing spectacles daily, so it’s necessary that one conceals them and also takes care of the under eye areas. A good concealer can help hide the under eye dark circles. Wearing glasses can make your eyes seem deep seated, so a concealer helps to avoid that situation.

Tip 3: Eyeliner and Mascara

Liner and Mascara can make your eyes pop, even with an eyeglass. Apply your eyeliner on both the waterline and above the eyelid. The best way to add some style to your eyes is to give them a winged cat eyeliner look. Also apply mascara to the roots of your lashes and curl them, for better accentuation, and to avoid eyelashes from hitting the lens.

Tip 4: Eye shadows

If you’re wearing your glasses everyday and want to look well put-together, invest in some neutral shaded eye shadows. Use softer shades to highlight the eyes and use black eye shadow if you are looking for a more intense eye makeup look.

Tip 5: Lips and face Makeup

If you’re still not satisfied with your eye makeup or don’t want to make too much effort for your eye makeup, accentuate your lips with a bold lip color like a bright colored lipstick or lip gloss and create an attractive look.