The Ultimate Makeup Guide for Glasses | Everyday Makeup Tips for Glasses You Should Know!

The Ultimate Makeup Guide for Glasses | Everyday Makeup Tips for Glasses You Should Know!

Hello peachies welcome back to dear peachie makeup  is undoubtedly one of the biggest blessings when    it comes to elevating the beauty in us however  it’s been a while since wearing glasses has been    seen as a hindrance yes wearing glasses does  impact your beauty look but it doesn’t derail    it since glasses draw attention to the eyes we  can take advantage of the natural spotlight and    play up that feature if our eyes are a work of art  our glasses are the picture frame it’s about time    we squash the idea that makeup and glasses don’t  mix in fact the makeup tutorial for glasses is one    of the most requested videos in our channel as  any glasses wears we’ll know your makeup might    need some adjustments to address the dents in your  foundation and to counteract zoomed in or zoomed    out lenses so for that reason we’ve compiled the  best makeup tips for glasses wearers in this video    keep on watching if you are interested as  usual our video is divided into several    sections and we arrange them according to the  common makeup issues faced by glasses wearers  the most common problems are the dents red  marks and scuffs the nose pads and bridge of    the glasses leave behind it is an obvious one but  the thicker you layer on your foundation the more    noticeable the dent will be it is recommended  that we should tackle the uneven skin tones or    skin blemishes first before applying foundation at  the blemishes or specific areas you can pinpoint    on some coverage with your concealer or color  corrector if you look closely at your glasses you    will notice that the lenses reflect lights with  different colors and most of them are in greenish    or bluish color when you put on your glasses these  reflections can somehow emphasize the appearance    of uneven skin tone around the eyes region the  dark circles and the skin pigmentation around    the eyes will look even more obvious due to the  discoloration and distortion effect of the lenses    therefore it is important to color correct these  uneven skin tones with concealer and different    shades to neutralize their undertone you can get  correctors in peach undertone to counteract the    solid undertones of dark circles and brighten  up the area then get a lighter shade to even    and brine the under eye area with these steps your  eye bags and tear grooves will be less noticeable    when you’re applying your base start applying  at the center of your face first if you have an    oily t-zone try to apply just a thin layer around  this area apply what’s left over on your makeup    sponge to your nose to keep the cover if they’re  light other than that you should also take note    of the skin care products that you apply before  putting on makeup some of the beauty gurus even    suggest that we should avoid layering too much of  skin care products around the nose bridge region    this is because the more skincare you’ve layered  the more burden you are putting on your skin    hence it’s harder for your base to stay put  on your skin to set the base there are several    methods recommended you can set the base with  a setting spray and layer with loose powder    before the setting spray sets in then at the  nose region apply more of it to lock the base    to avoid fall out at the nose pad  area the baking technique can be used    in other words bake your nose lightly brush  it off with a fluffy makeup brush once it’s    had time to sit if you want to take things a step  further you can even dust some at the nose pad too  the second method we recommend it is to apply  a layer of loose powder at the nose bridge area    then put on your glasses  then take off your glasses    you will notice some of the powder actually  got smudged a little bit on your nose pad    repeat the same step for one to two times  then your base makeup will be great to go    this amazing technique helps ensure that the  glasses don’t ruin the makeup around the nose area  coming to the next common concern most of  you might realize that your facial features    look flat and less to find after wearing glasses  glasses have covered up the deepest groove on our    facial structure which is the eye socket region  to give more definition to our facial structure    contouring should be done at the area where our  eye socket and nose root are connected bring the    shadow over the entire upper eyelet to create  shadows the nose bridge contour can be skipped    since the glasses have blocked this region  have you noticed that your nose always seems    to look bigger after wearing glasses this can be  explained as the visual length of our nose begins    at our nose root however with the glasses on we  might assume that the nose bridge of our glasses    is the starting point of our nose and this makes  our nose look shorter and wider visually hence    more effort is needed in our makeup to  restore the visual balance which can be    done by contouring the nose tip apply contour  like this to emphasize the seagull wing line    which lies along the outline of the nostrils  to create that u shape shadow for your nose tip    bring these shadows up to your nose bridge with a  light hand next get a matte highlighter to brine    the sides of your nose wings this reduces the  impression of the grooves around your nose allar    and helps bring your nose forward as a result your  nose will look smaller and more defined with the    same matte highlighter just dab a little dot right  at your nose tip the area of your highlighter    should be as precise as possible as this can  affect the overall impression of your nose    moving on to the third issue how to match our  brows with our glasses have you ever encountered    situation like this your brows look great when you  are not wearing glasses but once you put them on    it just seems like there is too much going on  on your face the brows with the glasses rim just    crowds out your entire face well we think there  is an unspoken rule that might be helpful for you    if you have glasses with thick or dark color  grim fill in your brows with lighter shades to    weaken their impression on the contrary you  can pick brow product with darker shades if    you are wearing glasses with thinner or light  colored room this can help weaken the visual    attention to your glasses on the other hand it  is also a struggle to find the best brow shape    that matches with the shape of our glasses frame  the smart and quickest way to do it is shaping    your brows according to your frames for any  frames with round or oval shape or curved rims    you should shape your brows with a soft arch  or curve to match with the shape of the frame    straight or upward brows are more suitable  for rectangular and square shaped glasses  when it comes to eyeshadow there are tons of  tips out there to help your magnetic eyes to    shine through those lenses but we have found two  different eyeshadow techniques that might be new    to you if you are a regular on our channel the  inverted eyeshadow technique is no stranger to you    not only does this technique enhance the beauty  of monolids it works amazing on glasses wearers    too as the name suggests the inverted eyeshadow  puts more focus at the lower lid instead of the    upper lid apply pale brown shades evenly on your  upper eyelid and bring it over your entire lower    lid region pick a darker shade and add out the  outer corner to lengthen the shape of your eyes    blend out the same shade at the lower  lash region with a flat edge brush    deepen the shadow by filling up the lash line from  the outer corner to the middle of your iris then    lightly apply matte highlighter at the triangle  region at the outer corner of the lower lid    to whiten your eyes to make your eyes pop fill  in the aygeosahl shadows for a wearable daily    look extend a subtle liner to enhance your eye  shape apply more mascara at your lower lashes    to further fill up the area within the middle  third ratio the second eyeshadow technique we    introduce here doesn’t really have a name but we  will call it the depuffing eyeshadow technique if    we go by the usual eyeshadow application method  the dark shades are normally applied at the inner    and outer end of our eyelids it is followed by  a touch of shimmer at the middle of our eyelid    to highlight the highest point of our eye  structure nonetheless this method doesn’t work    well when we are wearing glasses as we all know  lenses have distorting effects and it can make us    look bug-eyed sometimes going for the conventional  way can make our eyes look protruded puffy and    tired in this depuffing eyeshadow technique the  pale brown shade is applied at the inner and    outer corner of the upper lid at the region of the  highest point of your eyes apply a darker shade    and blend it out from the lash line to the middle  of your lid these tricks can help bring more depth    to your eyes besides that not only can the glasses  make our eyes smaller the space within the lens    frame can make the eyes appear smaller too so  blend out the same shades that you have used for    the upper lid all over your lower lid fill in the  agiocell contour and similar to what is done in    the inverted eyeshadow technique put more mascara  to lengthen the lower lashes extend the eyeliner    from your outer eye corner and fill in the tight  liner if you want something more you can dab a    tiny bit of shimmery liquid eyeshadow along the  lower lashes then deepen the lower lash shadow by    filling in with the darker shade of brown at the  outer half of the lower lash line there you go    a natural looking look that enhances your eye  shape is done we can’t tell which one is a better    method that accentuates your eyes so it is all up  to you to explore which method works best on you  issue number five the blushes glasses  visually divide our face into two sections    the lower and upper section the correct blush  placement is extremely crucial to bring balance to    our facial proportion avoid placing your blush far  too low at your cheeks as it will pull down the    visual attention and this can make your face look  droopy and saggy applying blush at area far above    your cheeks is not right either this can make your  middle third ratio look longer instead it should    be placed at the region connecting your eye makeup  to your cheeks try to control the blush region by    not exceeding the level of your nose tip finally  complete your makeup look with a flattering    or your go to lip shade you can go for lip  shades in lower saturation colors so that    your eyes remain the center of attention pretty  simple right we hope that these tips are able    to help the beauty of each and every one of you  shine through the frame of your glasses there is    no heart and fast rule when it comes to makeup so  grab your glasses go forth and enjoy experimenting    with all the looks you want thank you so much for  watching we will see you in the next video goodbye hello peachies welcome back to dear peachie makeup  is undoubtedly one of the biggest blessings when    it comes to elevating the beauty in us however  it’s been a while since wearing glasses has been    seen as a hindrance yes wearing glasses does  impact your beauty look but it doesn’t derail    it since glasses draw attention to the eyes we  can take advantage of the natural spotlight and    play up that feature if our eyes are a work of art  our glasses are the picture frame it’s about time    we squash the idea that makeup and glasses don’t  mix in fact the makeup tutorial for glasses is one    of the most requested videos in our channel as  any glasses wears we’ll know your makeup might    need some adjustments to address the dents in your  foundation and to counteract zoomed in or zoomed    out lenses so for that reason we’ve compiled the  best makeup tips for glasses wearers in this video    keep on watching if you are interested as  usual our video is divided into several    sections and we arrange them according to the  common makeup issues faced by glasses wearers  the most common problems are the dents red  marks and scuffs the nose pads and bridge of    the glasses leave behind it is an obvious one but  the thicker you layer on your foundation the more    noticeable the dent will be it is recommended  that we should tackle the uneven skin tones or    skin blemishes first before applying foundation at  the blemishes or specific areas you can pinpoint    on some coverage with your concealer or color  corrector if you look closely at your glasses you    will notice that the lenses reflect lights with  different colors and most of them are in greenish    or bluish color when you put on your glasses these  reflections can somehow emphasize the appearance    of uneven skin tone around the eyes region the  dark circles and the skin pigmentation around    the eyes will look even more obvious due to the  discoloration and distortion effect of the lenses    therefore it is important to color correct these  uneven skin tones with concealer and different    shades to neutralize their undertone you can get  correctors in peach undertone to counteract the    solid undertones of dark circles and brighten  up the area then get a lighter shade to even    and brine the under eye area with these steps your  eye bags and tear grooves will be less noticeable    when you’re applying your base start applying  at the center of your face first if you have an    oily t-zone try to apply just a thin layer around  this area apply what’s left over on your makeup    sponge to your nose to keep the cover if they’re  light other than that you should also take note    of the skin care products that you apply before  putting on makeup some of the beauty gurus even    suggest that we should avoid layering too much of  skin care products around the nose bridge region    this is because the more skincare you’ve layered  the more burden you are putting on your skin    hence it’s harder for your base to stay put  on your skin to set the base there are several    methods recommended you can set the base with  a setting spray and layer with loose powder    before the setting spray sets in then at the  nose region apply more of it to lock the base    to avoid fall out at the nose pad  area the baking technique can be used    in other words bake your nose lightly brush  it off with a fluffy makeup brush once it’s    had time to sit if you want to take things a step  further you can even dust some at the nose pad too  the second method we recommend it is to apply  a layer of loose powder at the nose bridge area    then put on your glasses  then take off your glasses    you will notice some of the powder actually  got smudged a little bit on your nose pad    repeat the same step for one to two times  then your base makeup will be great to go    this amazing technique helps ensure that the  glasses don’t ruin the makeup around the nose area  coming to the next common concern most of  you might realize that your facial features    look flat and less to find after wearing glasses  glasses have covered up the deepest groove on our    facial structure which is the eye socket region  to give more definition to our facial structure    contouring should be done at the area where our  eye socket and nose root are connected bring the    shadow over the entire upper eyelet to create  shadows the nose bridge contour can be skipped    since the glasses have blocked this region  have you noticed that your nose always seems    to look bigger after wearing glasses this can be  explained as the visual length of our nose begins    at our nose root however with the glasses on we  might assume that the nose bridge of our glasses    is the starting point of our nose and this makes  our nose look shorter and wider visually hence    more effort is needed in our makeup to  restore the visual balance which can be    done by contouring the nose tip apply contour  like this to emphasize the seagull wing line    which lies along the outline of the nostrils  to create that u shape shadow for your nose tip    bring these shadows up to your nose bridge with a  light hand next get a matte highlighter to brine    the sides of your nose wings this reduces the  impression of the grooves around your nose allar    and helps bring your nose forward as a result your  nose will look smaller and more defined with the    same matte highlighter just dab a little dot right  at your nose tip the area of your highlighter    should be as precise as possible as this can  affect the overall impression of your nose    moving on to the third issue how to match our  brows with our glasses have you ever encountered    situation like this your brows look great when you  are not wearing glasses but once you put them on    it just seems like there is too much going on  on your face the brows with the glasses rim just    crowds out your entire face well we think there  is an unspoken rule that might be helpful for you    if you have glasses with thick or dark color  grim fill in your brows with lighter shades to    weaken their impression on the contrary you  can pick brow product with darker shades if    you are wearing glasses with thinner or light  colored room this can help weaken the visual    attention to your glasses on the other hand it  is also a struggle to find the best brow shape    that matches with the shape of our glasses frame  the smart and quickest way to do it is shaping    your brows according to your frames for any  frames with round or oval shape or curved rims    you should shape your brows with a soft arch  or curve to match with the shape of the frame    straight or upward brows are more suitable  for rectangular and square shaped glasses  when it comes to eyeshadow there are tons of  tips out there to help your magnetic eyes to    shine through those lenses but we have found two  different eyeshadow techniques that might be new    to you if you are a regular on our channel the  inverted eyeshadow technique is no stranger to you    not only does this technique enhance the beauty  of monolids it works amazing on glasses wearers    too as the name suggests the inverted eyeshadow  puts more focus at the lower lid instead of the    upper lid apply pale brown shades evenly on your  upper eyelid and bring it over your entire lower    lid region pick a darker shade and add out the  outer corner to lengthen the shape of your eyes    blend out the same shade at the lower  lash region with a flat edge brush    deepen the shadow by filling up the lash line from  the outer corner to the middle of your iris then    lightly apply matte highlighter at the triangle  region at the outer corner of the lower lid    to whiten your eyes to make your eyes pop fill  in the aygeosahl shadows for a wearable daily    look extend a subtle liner to enhance your eye  shape apply more mascara at your lower lashes    to further fill up the area within the middle  third ratio the second eyeshadow technique we    introduce here doesn’t really have a name but we  will call it the depuffing eyeshadow technique if    we go by the usual eyeshadow application method  the dark shades are normally applied at the inner    and outer end of our eyelids it is followed by  a touch of shimmer at the middle of our eyelid    to highlight the highest point of our eye  structure nonetheless this method doesn’t work    well when we are wearing glasses as we all know  lenses have distorting effects and it can make us    look bug-eyed sometimes going for the conventional  way can make our eyes look protruded puffy and    tired in this depuffing eyeshadow technique the  pale brown shade is applied at the inner and    outer corner of the upper lid at the region of the  highest point of your eyes apply a darker shade    and blend it out from the lash line to the middle  of your lid these tricks can help bring more depth    to your eyes besides that not only can the glasses  make our eyes smaller the space within the lens    frame can make the eyes appear smaller too so  blend out the same shades that you have used for    the upper lid all over your lower lid fill in the  agiocell contour and similar to what is done in    the inverted eyeshadow technique put more mascara  to lengthen the lower lashes extend the eyeliner    from your outer eye corner and fill in the tight  liner if you want something more you can dab a    tiny bit of shimmery liquid eyeshadow along the  lower lashes then deepen the lower lash shadow by    filling in with the darker shade of brown at the  outer half of the lower lash line there you go    a natural looking look that enhances your eye  shape is done we can’t tell which one is a better    method that accentuates your eyes so it is all up  to you to explore which method works best on you  issue number five the blushes glasses  visually divide our face into two sections    the lower and upper section the correct blush  placement is extremely crucial to bring balance to    our facial proportion avoid placing your blush far  too low at your cheeks as it will pull down the    visual attention and this can make your face look  droopy and saggy applying blush at area far above    your cheeks is not right either this can make your  middle third ratio look longer instead it should    be placed at the region connecting your eye makeup  to your cheeks try to control the blush region by    not exceeding the level of your nose tip finally  complete your makeup look with a flattering    or your go to lip shade you can go for lip  shades in lower saturation colors so that    your eyes remain the center of attention pretty  simple right we hope that these tips are able    to help the beauty of each and every one of you  shine through the frame of your glasses there is    no heart and fast rule when it comes to makeup so  grab your glasses go forth and enjoy experimenting    with all the looks you want thank you so much for  watching we will see you in the next video goodbye 

 

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