Ever get that dreaded look, when your makeup disappears on the bridge of your nose because you’ve been wearing glasses or sunglasses? Well now I’ve got some tips to avoid that and a few other tips to make your eyes pop while wearing glasses.
While researching for this blog post I saw a thread where numerous glasses wearers said this was their go to foundation when wearing glasses. I put it to the test and it worked a treat, there was minimal makeup movement on the bridge of my nose (click here for a full review of the foundation). Another favourite foundation to wear while wearing my glasses is the Tarte Amazonian Clay Mineral Foundation (click here for a full review).
When wearing glasses regardless if you have oily or dry skin, its essential to at least set the nose area, and maybe cheek area if you have big lenses like me. The Coty Air Spun powder is great because its translucent and doesn’t change the look of your foundation.
I think when wearing glasses it’s important to have bold brows but at the same time if your glasses cover your brows you could probably pass this step.
For eye makeup the key is to have a little colour or liner showing through when your eyes are open. If you’re going to wear a shadow make sure to take it above your crease so the colour peaks through. For this occasion I felt like a bold wing! To achieve this look I used my sticky tape method, click here for my how to. Alternatively if I’m going for a straighter or smaller wing I use the Loreal Super Liner Superstar*.
Mascara is a must! This is my new favourite mascara, I feel it adds loads of length and volume. And its only $5!
When it comes to lips I think they’re the real star of the show, especially when wearing glasses. I think its important to go bold, even with my nude I went darker than usual.
*This product has been provided for reviewing purposes, all views and opinions are 100% honest.
**Disclaimer: All opinions are based on personal experiences, and are not sponsored. rachelbeautystyle is not a make up artist, beauty or skincare specialist and will not be held liable for any recommendations. Therefore try at your own risk.
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