Do not be afraid to take an extra dark eye shadow, e.g. black, in the outer edges of the eyes. When you put on the glasses, you will need the extra intensity in the gaze, even though it may feel "too much" without the glasses.
Do not forget to fill in the eyebrows, otherwise they disappear easily behind the frames. Feel free to make a high shape for the frames that I have, it's nice if they end up over the frame as much as possible, and not down to the same height so that they blend into the upper edge of the frame.
An eyeshadow primer is important if you want to bring out the pigments in the eyeshadows properly, so that they are more visible under the glasses. An eye shadow primer is applied after foundation, before eye shadows.
5. Complementary colors
Color will always make your eyes appear more under glasses, in addition, it is so beautiful! A tip for emphasizing your particular eye color is to use the complementary color.
Blue eyes – Yellow, orange, gold, bronze.
Brown eyes – Cold colors such as blue.
Green eyes – Purple and purple toner.
Work a lot with both light and dark eye shadows, as well as shimmery and matte. This creates contrasts which in turn will attract more attention to the eyes. You apply the light / shimmery shadows on the areas you want to emphasize more - the corner of the eye and the eyelid for example. You can use the dark / matte shadows to create more depth in the make-up, for example along the globe line.
Since I have quite a lot of focus on eyes, I should not forget lips and blush to get balance in the face. Choose either a lot of blush and a little lip, or a little blush and a lot of lips. If you get a lot of both lips, blush and eyes, the whole will not be so harmonious.
The basic make-up can often get dirty on the glasses during the day, which destroys both your good-looking foundation and soils the frames. Apply a lot of powder around the eyes when you put on make-up, and improve during the day even if you are prone to getting oily. Then your basic make-up is more "fixed" and will not slip around and get stuck on the frames.
If you are nearsighted, the glass in the glasses makes your eyes look smaller - work hard to enlarge the eyes.
If you are farsighted, the glass in the glasses makes your eyes look bigger - this is usually not a problem as many of us like big eyes, then you can just follow your natural features to emphasize what you already have. If, on the other hand, you want to reduce the eyes, you can apply very dark closest to the eyes (eg dark eyeliner along the waterline and lash lines) and then apply light along the crease.
2. Brown eye shadow smoked at the end of the eyelid and along the globe line, YAG Mineral Eye Shadow (Cacao Brown)
3. The same brown eye shadow smoked along the lower lash line.
4. Black eye shadow sooty on the outside of the eyes, Emite Makeup Micro Eyeshadow (Ladies)
5. White eyeliner along the waterline, IsaDora Inliner Kajal (50 Satin White)
6. Black eyeliner along the upper and lower lash line, Yves Rocher Eyeliner (Black)
7. Black mascara on all lashes, Pur Minerals Big Look Waterproof Mascara
Lip-gloss, Rituals Lip Gloss Longlasting (Bright Coral)