Make Up Tips For Glasses Wearers with Bobbie Brown
/ April 6th, 2018 / There are currently 0 comments
Learn how to frame your eyes with Bobbie Brown
Internationally loved make up guru Bobbie Brown has solved the eye make up struggle for all glasses wearers. Bobbie Brown believes everyone should be able to style amazing eyes and with her Behind the Glasses Makeup Lessons, these are complementary on all make up counters. She’s covering ALL bases for our fellow specs wearers. Here is her advice on everything makeup and eyewear. Let Bobbi solve your struggles:
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CORRECTOR & CONCEALER
For under eye darkness and discolouration, start with Corrector; use a Concealer Brush for precise application. Layer Creamy Concealer one shade lighter than your skin tone directly over the Corrector. Apply as close as possible to the lash line, and also on the innermost corner of the eye. Gently blend with your fingers.
Wearing glasses can highlight your brows, so start by tweezing any stray hairs. Choose a powder Eye Shadow or Brow pencil that matches your hair colour to define the brow. Using the Eye Brow Brush or Eye Definer Brush (if you have sparse brows), apply shadow in light feathery strokes from the inner to outer corners of the brow.
Sweep a neutral Eye Shadow that doesn’t conflict with your frames over the entire lid, then apply a complementary shade to the eye crease and blend. Highlight the brow bone with a light, matte Eye Shadow. Layer a sparkle eye shadow on top for a pretty gleam.
Choose an Eyeliner shade darker than your eye colour. Make sure liner on the upper lashline is thick enough to be visible when eyes are wide open. Liner on the lower lashline should always be softer and thinner than liner on the upper lashline. Top and bottom liner should meet at the outer corner of the eye. If your glasses enhance the size of your eyes, apply to the upper lash line only.
Put on your glasses after each step to check results and correct any imperfections. For an evening look with glasses, smudge the upper lash line with Long-Wear Eye Pencil and the Smokey Eyeliner Brush for extra drama.