Makeup Tips and Tricks for The Glasses Wearer

As a glasses wearer, it’s fair to say that I’ve made my fair share of makeup mistakes over the last couple years when wearing them, from blue eyeshadow to wonky eyeliner. But they do say you learn from your mistakes, and now I have a number of tips and tricks up my sleeve to ensure that I always have perfectly precise makeup when wearing my frames. Today I wanted to share them with you all, whilst also giving you insight into some of the products that I use on a daily basis.

Find the perfect setting powder and concealer duo for you – I used to often find that when wearing my glasses, the fine lines under my eyes were magnified, especially as my concealer began to crease over the day. So, now I tend to make sure that my concealer is thoroughly buffed in before setting it with a light layer of translucent powder. If like me you’re prone to under eye creasing, the Rimmel Stay Matte Powder and Collection Lasting Perfecting Concealer is the perfect duo for you!

Precise and on point –  When wearing my frames, I always prefer to wear a little less mascara and a little more liner to avoid smudging, whilst making sure my eyes look defined and intensified. That’s why I always take a little more time to make sure that my wings are perfectly flicked and precise. My holy grail liquid liner is the Soap and Glory Supercat Liquid Liner Pen.

Add a pop of colour – To break up the neutral tones of my makeup and my glasses, I always like to add a colourful lip, whether it be a crimson red or a berry pink. My favourite lipstick and liner duo at the moment is the Morphe ‘Clingy’ Lip Liner and the ‘Jealousy’ Matte Liquid Lipstick.

What are your tips and tricks?

Thank you for reading,

lots of love

Hannah, x

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