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Good news for those who need eyewear: glasses have become a hot fashion accessory. That said, whether you’re near- or far-sighted, there’s no question that corrective lenses alter the appearance of your eyes, and the style of your frames also makes a difference. You should adjust your makeup accordingly. Here are some tricks to tackle the problem with makeup.
If you’re near-sighted, the concave lenses of your glasses will make your eyes appear smaller than they really are. That’s why it’s important to know how to make them really stand out. So forget about darker hues and favour instead neutral shades and eyeliners on the paler side.
If, on the other hand, you’re far- or long-sighted, your convex lenses will make your eyes appear unnaturally large. To “shrink” them, trace them with a dark liner. Also pay special attention to the skin around your eyes, especially if you have dark circles, wrinkles or puffiness. Don’t forget that some lenses can make imperfections look bigger, working much like a magnifying glass.
Besides the lenses, the frames also play a role in your makeup choices.
If your glasses have thick black frames, then dare to be bold: go for dark lipsticks and charcoal eyes.
Do your glasses have coloured frames? Opt for shades that won’t clash with your eyewear, like chestnut, black or grey. Avoid overdoing your lipstick as well—you don’t want to steal the spotlight away from your glasses.
Finally, in the case of glasses with discreet frames, you have carte blanche to choose any makeup you like.
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