PROFESSIONAL TIPS FOR SPECTACLE-WEARERS
Eyewear can make a fashion statement that when used correctly, can complement your look. But of course, you also need the right eye makeup!
Women who wear glasses to correct long-sightedness will find they make their eyes look bigger. This means that any mistakes in your eye makeup will be easy to spot, so you need to be extra careful when applying it.
(1) Start by applying a darker shade to the eyelid just above the crease.
(2) Use a lighter shade to add highlights under the eyebrow, and blend the two shades well.
(3) Apply a darker Soft Eye Liner waterproof to the inner rim of the eye to define your eyes without making them look bigger, and use the same eye liner along the upper lashes.
(4) Finish with mascara, but only apply to the upper lashes.
Tipp: Matt colors prevent your eyes from looking bigger.
If you are short-sighted, the lenses of your glasses will make your eyes look smaller than they actually are. Light eyeshadows that darken towards the outer corner of the eye create a wideeyed look.
(1) Apply a rosy shade to the entire eyelid.
(2) Shade the area above the crease in brown.
(3) Blend thoroughly, and apply a highlighter under the eyebrow arch and at the inner corner of the eye.
(4) Draw a line of white Kajal liner along the inside of the lashes to make your eyes look bigger.