Add new beauty tips to help bring out your eyes, even behind eye glasses.

Beauty Tips for Women With Eye Glasses

by Miranda Brookins

Eye makeup can enhance the natural beauty of women's eyes, from neutral looks during work hours to dramatic flair in the evening. Even if you wear glasses, you can add makeup to your eyes to create a fresh look. There's no need to hide behind your eye glasses; play up your eyes beauty tips that can help you get your eyes noticed, beyond your fancy frames.

Let Your Prescription be Your Guide

Consider your prescription as you come up with ways to beautify your eyes with makeup. Nearsighted eyes and farsighted eyes require different techniques and should be treated accordingly. Line both the top and bottom of your eyelids if you are nearsighted. Prevention online suggests that this technique helps the eyes look larger. Apply a neutral shadow on the lids and add mascara to make the eyes appear smaller behind your frames if you're farsighted.

Apply Eyecream

Prepare your eye area before applying makeup to ensure that your eye makeup looks fresh, even behind your glasses. After washing and moisturizing your face, apply eye cream to the eye area to smooth the skin and reduce the appearance of dry skin and wrinkles.

Hide Dark Circles

As women age, dark circles rear their ugly heads around the eye area. Glasses can magnify these circles, so it's important to hide dark circles with a good concealer before beginning your makeup regimen.

Less is More

The less-is-more-approach to make up is always ideal, especially if you wear glasses. Avoid wearing dark or bright makeup in an effort to bring out your eyes; glasses will magnify these looks and create a unappealing, messy look. Instead, sweep medium eye shadow shade across the lid, contour with a darker shade and add a light color to highlight across the brow bone.

Style Your Brows

Whether you try eyebrow threading, waxing, plucking or cutting with a razor, eyeglasses wearers must ensure that their eyebrows are well-maintained. Glasses stop right below the brow and attract a great deal of attention. Ill-groomed eyebrows can ruin the look of your makeup.

Waterproof Lashes

Waterproof mascara isn't just for weddings; it's an essential staple for eyeglasses wearers. When you wear mascara with glasses, you run the risk of getting streaks of mascara on the glasses and smudging your makeup. A waterproof solution helps keep your lash color in place and your eyeglasses clean and free of makeup stains.

About the Author

Miranda Brookins is a marketing professional who has over seven years of experience in copywriting, direct-response and Web marketing, publications management and business communications. She has a bachelor's degree in business and marketing from Towson University and is working on a master's degree in publications design at University of Baltimore.

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