10 Beauty πŸ’‹ Mistakes πŸ‘ŽπŸΌ Girls with Glasses πŸ‘“ Make and How to Avoid Them 🚫 ...

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Wearing glasses means that you need to approach your makeup a little differently.

Certain tricks and techniques can help make sure glasses don’t distract from your gorgeous face.

With this knowledge, your glasses will look like the accessory they are rather than a focal point that distracts from your face.

These’re the makeup mistakes to avoid if you wear glasses.

1. Neglecting Your Eyebrows

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You may think your eyebrows aren’t as important when you wear glasses but they’re actually more so.

Your eyebrows are the frame to your face and they always need attention.

Neglecting them can make them look sparser than they truly are.

You don’t want your face to look like it begins at your glasses.

Make sure you shape and fill in your brows and you’ll see a huge difference.

2. Skipping under Eye Concealer

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Under eye circles can look even more pronounced when you wear glasses.

Glasses add a darkness and shadows so you need to combat that.2

Under eye concealer is something almost everyone needs, and especially glasses wearers.

It only takes a few seconds to apply and adds so much light to your face.

Be sure you pat it on rather than rub it on for the best result.

3. Not Powdering Your Nose

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Guess what, girls?

Any shine you have on your nose or t-zone is going to stand out when you wear glasses.2

That’s because your nose is right under the center of your glasses.2

Therefore, you have to stay on guard against shine.

Powdering your nose at the beginning of the day will help make it harder for shine to get through.

If it does, whisk it away with a blotting cloth or another application of powder.

4. Going Too Dark with Your Blush Shade

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It can be easy for your glasses and blush to compete with one another because they both set close to the cheekbone.

You can avoid this by staying away from dark or dramatic blushes.

Lean more toward a natural blush shade.

Apply lightly.

You can always apply more but it’s difficult to take it off without redoing all your makeup over again.2

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