July 7, 2014
It is easy to feel like your eyes get lost behind your glasses, but with these simple tips, they'll be popping out from behind those frames.
When you think about putting on your eye makeup, don't underestimate the power of some well-shaped eyebrows. They don't have to be overly darkened or dramatically shaped, just keep them clean. Well-groomed eye brows will compliment your frames. People will be drawn to your whole look, not just your glasses.
Just as with the eyebrows, you don't want to over do it. You don't need a dramatic or bright color to make your eyes stand out. Pick a shade that compliments your eye color. Champagnes and gold shades are always a great way to brighten up your face. Don't forget to apply a darker shade to your creases. By doing this, you will be helping to define your eyes and give your make up depth. The Colorescience Mineral Eye Shadow Palette in Timeless Neutrals provides this type of rich color that will highlight the beauty of your eyes. If you do want to add a bit of color to your look, choose a pink or red lip color that will really pop.
The right mascara can make all of the difference. Choose something that really defines those lashes. Glasses have the ability to magnify your eyelashes, so it is important to choose a non-clumping mascara. Try something with a smaller brush. Once you've found your perfect match, it is time to curl those lashes. It is a must when it comes to perfecting your look. Curling your lashes brightens your eyes and will show off your beautiful eye color.
Eyeliner will add a real personality to your look. A dramatic cat eye is perfect if you are looking for a more glamorous nighttime look. For a classy work day style, apply a thin line just above your top lashes. Not only will it make your lashes look thicker, but it will help them stand out against your glasses.
Finally, choose glasses that you love. Pick something that fits both your personality and your face shape. Some will prefer the thick-framed hipster glasses, while others will want to rock the lighter frame-less style. Keep in mind while you look for your frames that neutral shades are not your only option. Don't be afraid to play around with color, exploring light blue or bright red. Colored frames can certainly add to your style. Which ever you choose, make it your own.