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Emphasize Your Eyebrows to Frame Your Glasses
While your eyeglasses frame your eyes, your eyebrows are the ones that frame your eyeglasses. Many frames seat with the brows right on top of them.
Try brushing up your brows and trim any excess length. Tweeze away those tail hairs curving downward that can drag down your eyes and remove random or stubble hairs seen in lenses.
Use the combination of brow powder and pencil for filling spaces, extending out the brows, and adding missing tails. If your eyebrows are already in great shape, use a brow gel wand to brush through it to set and control wiry hairs.
Use the Right Mirror for Makeup Application
If you are farsighted, your eyeglasses ladies magnify to make your eyes seem bigger, which can be a big plus for people with small eyes. Sadly, these glasses can also magnify dark circles, crepey eyelids, puffiness, and worse, overdone or sloppy makeup.
Choose a 10-times dual-side amplification mirror swiveling to normal from supersized. This can boost your makeup skills for perfectly blending airbrush and ensuring a precise application. It eliminates smudges, smears, gloppy eyelashes, and messy liner. You could even go all out if you line and achieve the smokiest eyes. You can also line the outer and inner rim of your lower eyelash line for better emphasis.
Choose a Frame Color Creates a Cosmetic Effect
It doesn’t matter if you have a trendy or classic frame. Always pick a color that will work hard but look good. Charcoal, burgundy, dark navy, tortoiseshell, or black can strengthen and define aging eyes similar to instant eyeliner.
Tan, gray, and soft taupe have gentle sculpting effects that can slim faces or chisel cheekbones like contour makeup. Opaque or sheer frames in amber, honey, rose, or pink brighten pasty, fatigued, dull, or ashy complexions just like how instant blush works.
Prepare Your Face for All-Day Wear
Women’s glasses frames, particularly heavy or large ones, that you can buy at Adrialenti web store, can leave behind red indentations or marks on your cheeks and nose. Make sure you apply primer on the exact spot where your glasses sit. If you have hot-flash sweat or oily skin, you can put oil-absorbing foundation on the areas and powder your nose bridge so that your glasses don’t slip down.