When you wear glasses, it's all too easy to neglect your eyes, assuming you can just hide them behind your frames. However, as a recent Huffington Post article suggests, it's just as important for glasses-wearing women to give this part of the face some effort and attention. Here are some tips provided by the news outlet:
- Apply corrector and concealer – In some cases, the glass in your frames can accentuate darkness and discoloration beneath your eyes. "Corrector and concealer underneath the eye and in creases is essential," reports the source. "Apply corrector with a brush to the inner corner of the eye area, placing it only where you see darkness. Then, gently blend with your fingers. Next, clean your brush with a tissue before applying concealer."
- Don't compete with the color of your frames – These days, it's trendy for women to wear colorful frames. While it can be tempting to try to match your eye shadow with your glasses, the news outlet advises against doing this. Instead of using the same exact pigment, the source suggests applying a base hue that's a few shades lighter and then using an even darker hue for the crease.
- Use a clear brow shaper – When you wear glasses, you naturally draw a lot of attention to your eyes, so you want to make sure they look their absolute best at all times. To get that perfect brow you're going for, use a clear liquid shaper to set your brows after applying color.
If you're looking for some additional ways to improve the appearance of your eyes and other parts of your face, you may want to speak with aboard certified cosmetic surgeon about your options.At Marotta Aesthetics & Laser, Dr. James Marotta specializes in non-invasive facial procedures that can help you combat wrinkles and other signs of aging, giving you that youthful appearance you desire.