38 Makeup Tips For Glasses
So I have had a number of my friends ask me why I have so many different pairs of glasses. My response is always the same: that each pair of glasses goes with a specific look and there are certain makeup tips and tricks that I use for each pair that compliment each other. The crazy thing about this concept is that everyone seems to be shocked when I tell them that they should do their makeup to match their glasses. I guess it is a somewhat unfamiliar idea for glasses wearers to think about how their makeup routine and their eyeglasses choice should match.
I started observing other gals with glasses and realized that there are all kinds of simple tricks that I often use to make my eyes look bigger and to bring out my better facial features. I decided that it would be a great idea to come up with an essential list of some of the best tips and step by step tutorials for using makeup with your glasses that I could find. That way we both have them saved somewhere to come back to. I will go ahead and put this list in a pin and throw it on Pinterest, Facebook, and Instagram as well so you can refer to them there too.
Another thing to consider is that your hairstyle can vary depending on the type of glasses that you wear as well. If you want to make your eyes look bigger, then consider putting your hair in a top knot with thick frames but if you are trying to show off your eyebrows, then you can try bangs with thin glasses frames. These are just some of the go to makeup hacks that I use for making my glasses work for my look. I also want to mention that different types of glasses can be used to compliment different face shapes. If you have certain features that you want to bring out, then you have to be strategic with the eyeglasses that you choose. The challenge is finding a pair of glasses that don’t sit on your skin and cause oily build up or pimples/breakouts. Some of my glasses do touch my skin so I have to sure to stick to a strong skin care routine to keep my pores clear.
1. Bobbi Brown’s Makeup Tips for Glasses
One of things I love about this article is that is sticks to some truisms about makeup tips you should also follow for glasses. They talk about how less is more and the eye liner that you choose is absolutely essential to making your eyes pop and not having them just blend into the frames. They also mention that your brows can either hide behind the frame or they can stand out and that is an intentional choice that gals with glasses have to make.
2. Makeup Tips For Girls With Glasses
Makeup for glasses tutorials typically only include eye makeup tips, but I like this article because it gives makeup hacks on full face makeup to help embrace the beauty of all glasses wearers. It talks about how highlighting your under eye area could help with those shadows eyeglasses bring to all faceshapes. I also learned the importance of eye and skin care because make up could cause eye infections! So watch out brush holders!
3. BEHIND THE LENS: Makeup Tips for Gals With Glasses
Now if you gals with glasses love make up as much as I do, it may seem hard to do makeup for glasses, but it’s not! Eye makeup can be all you want it to be with eyeglasses, especially to this girl. Her tip is to bring all the attention to your glasses and keep everything else relatively simple. Bring on all those eyeshadows you normally don’t use.
4. Essential Tips & Tricks All Glasses Wearers Should Know
All glasses wearers: almost as important as skin care, eyeglasses care needs to be considered since they are not cheap and need to last. Ray Ban sunglasses or not, lense can easily be scratched when we think we’re just cleaning them with our cute clothes; instead, we need to use glasses polishing cloths. These may not be makeup tips for glasses, but glasses wearers should still take care of their glasses because they could save so much money: a personal tip from a budget-friendly gal.
5. Makeup Tutorial: How To Make Your Eyes Pop When Wearing Glasses
It’s time to hear from Allie Giordano! Her beauty tips, trick and trends help make your eyes pop using frames that match your make up and face. Her makeup tutorial will make you think you are the luckiest person ever for having to wear glasses! So read and follow her techniques.