A pair of glasses can be a great accessory. However, especially women who need contact lenses in Pakistan with large diopters, find it difficult to match the glasses with makeup. Here are some tips for women who are facing this problem.
The first thing you need to pay attention to is to use the right foundation for your face. Make sure that the makeup is resistant to transfer and water, so that those unpleasant lines do not form under the glasses and on the edges of the nose. Given that the frames of the glasses often cast a shadow on the face, in those areas it is useful to use a foundation that is a lighter tone than the natural shade of your skin. Apply a thin layer on the eyelid and under the eyes. If your skin tends to be oily, using a light powder will help reduce the shiny portions of the T-zone (forehead, nose and chin). Finding the right foundation for darker skin is not easy, as many shades are too light and end up looking like a mask. Because the skin tones on the forehead and chin differ from those on the cheeks, using two shades of foundation usually works best. An idea of gold or copper powder to highlight the cheekbones gives the face radiance. Pakistani women can find the right products a little easier – they need to be light in color with a yellowish tinge. Corrective makeup or even camouflage makeup is very important for Pakistani women, because on this skin type, skin surface irregularities and pigmented spots are very common. Pakistani women can find the right products a little easier – they need to be light in color with a yellowish tinge. Corrective makeup or even camouflage makeup is very important for women, because on this skin type, skin surface irregularities and pigmented spots are very common. Women can find the right products a little easier – they need to be light in color with a yellowish tinge. Corrective makeup or even camouflage makeup is very important for women, because on this skin type, skin surface irregularities and pigmented spots are very common.
Women who wear glasses should pay special attention to eye makeup. If your vision is very blurred without glasses, ask your optometrist about so-called makeup glasses. These glasses allow you to fold each lens sideways, individually. As a result, one eye may see very well while applying makeup to the other eye. Of course, you can also use a magnifying mirror with a magnifying glass effect. It is another way to simplify the application of eye makeup, one that is also perfect for travel.
Makeup tips for women with farsightedness (extra lenses)
The problem of considerably enlarged eyes is a well-known one, especially for women who suffer from severe farsightedness or who wear extra lenses. To compensate for this effect, use a smart makeup technique. Women with farsightedness who wear glasses should opt for a matte, dark eyeshadow (shades of brown, gray, or green) to get a visual reduction of the eyes. Eyeshadow with a more liquid or creamy consistency is more suitable for you than powder-based alternatives because the glasses amplify the small free colored particles that the powder contains. Avoid using glossy or glittery eyeshadow, as the lenses accentuate these effects as well.
Apply eyeshadow from the inside corner of the eye to the outside, without overcoming the crease of the eyelid. Accentuate the extremities of the eyelid using a dark dermatograph pencil. This will make your eyes look smaller. Apply all products very carefully because the magnifying effect of your lenses will make the mistakes much more obvious. Do not apply too much mascara at the top and do not use mascara at all or just too little at the bottom. Unattractive effect of enlarged eyes.
Makeup tips for women with myopia (minus lenses)
Myopic women who wear glasses face the opposite problem. Unfortunately, their glasses make their eyes look smaller. Therefore, women with myopia should avoid dark eyeshadow and dermatograph pencils applied in thick lines. Choose bright and bright colors such as pink, light purple, beige, light gray or white. Exception: Asian women should choose a color between light gray and beige.
Unattractive shrinkage effect
To make your eyes look wide open, you can apply a lighter eyeshadow in the inner corner of your eyes and choose a slightly darker shade in the middle of the eyelid. Stretch it towards the outer corner and gradually leave it darker in color.
Choose a white dermatograph for the inner eyelid. If you prefer to use a dermatograph pencil, choose one in a lighter shade such as gray or brown and apply it only from the last third of the width of the eye to the outer corner. Apply a generous coat of mascara to further increase the size of the eyes. Ladies with darker skin can generally skip this step because they usually already have thick, black eyelashes.
Some general tips
Polarized lenses and colored Bella contact lenses in Pakistan tend to fade colors; therefore, use more generous eye makeup.
Make sure that the shape of the eyebrows matches the shape of your glasses. Periodically think of excessively grown hair, but don’t go too far – the current trend requires a beautiful natural look. You can also use the dermatograph to highlight your eyebrows. However, be careful not to choose a color that is too dark. The color brown is suitable for all types.
Contact lens wearers should always wear their lenses before applying makeup. This prevents makeup particles from penetrating under the lenses, which could cause the eyes to tear and the makeup to flow. Given that the powder tends to accumulate between the eyes and the lenses, contact lens wearers should definitely choose liquid or cream eyeshadow. Preferably, use the dermatograph on the upper eyelid and not the lower one, as it may get under the lens. This will prevent itching, watery eyes and irritation.
Of course, you can also do something to make sure that your lenses are never too thick. Modern materials with a high refractive index allow women who need glasses with large diopters to obtain thinner lenses and fashionable (HighIndex) and keep a very natural look.