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4 Makeup Tips For Your New Frames

Your glasses are a unique expression of your personality. And with a few simple makeup techniques, you’ll really get the look you want.

We all know that our glasses pose a unique challenge when we’re applying makeup. If you’re wondering how to flatter your new fames during your makeup routine, checkout these helpful hints below!

4 Tips For A Great Glasses-Friendly Look

#1 Shape Your Brows

Glasses draw attention to eyes. It’s important to keep eyebrows looking good by shaping them and filling them in with a brow pencil or powder.

#2 Line Your Eyes

Eyeliner helps eyes stand out behind the frames. Work close to the lash line, but don’t go inside the lash line! Remember this rule—thicker frames call for a thicker line.

#3 Pick A Bold Color For Cheeks Or Lips

Spice up your look by adding a pop of color with blush or lip color. Darker colors like a deep red compliment dark frames. Pinks and corals are great for thinner frames and can add some color to your look.

#4 Lighten Up The Shadows

Glasses, especially thick-framed glasses, tend to accentuate any darkness that appears under the eyes. Put some concealer or foundation under your eyes, preferably one shade lighter than your skin tone. Finish up with some loose powder.

For a quick tutorial, check out the video below!

Do You Have Any Suggestions To Add?

Any awesome tips from you for fellow glasses wearers? Comment below and share your makeup savvy! Or, snap a photo and share your look on our Facebook page.

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The content on this blog is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of qualified health providers with questions you may have regarding medical conditions.