Best make-up tips for eyewear addicts
Whoever said you can’t wear make-up if you wear eyeglasses regularly? No more struggles while you want to step out looking all pretty and do not wish to wear the contacts that dry your eyes. In an interview with Lenskart.com, renowned cosmetologist, Dr. Jamuna Pai, the Chairperson & Founder of Blush Clinics, shared a few tips on how to team your eyewear with your make-up without any hassles.
Dr. Jamuna Pai informs us that there is a direct relation between eyewear and dark circles and so, it is important to take utmost care of your dark circles if you want your eyes to look just as good in a pair of eyeglasses.
Here are a few tips that Dr. Jamuna Pai suggests you should follow if you want your eye make-up to compliment your eyewear.
Ensure that you treat any under eye bulges and dark circles before applying your make-up.
Applying a cream which contains Vitamin A and Iron will help reduce dark circles around the eyes.
Use eye concealers which help to hide any dark circles under your eyes.
Use a base red concealer first, instead of the black concealers which make the area around your eyes appear grey.
After applying a base red concealer, you can apply a normal foundation.
Wait for about 15 minutes before you slip on your glasses because under-eye make-up takes longer to dry.
For those of you who wear specs continuously, ensure that you use eye make-up remover twice, every day, even if it’s just an application of kohl (kajal), or mascara since the molecules around the eye are tougher than other areas of the face.
Tips on wearing Mascara effectively
When it comes to your Mascara, Dr. Jamuna Pai suggests that there are a few things you should keep in mind.
When applying Mascara, try and use a lighter shade if you’re going to wear a pair of eyeglasses also.
When removing your make-up, your mascara should be one of the first things you remove because the under-eye molecules are tougher to dissolve.
Be sure to only use moisturizing eye make-up remover pads for the best results in taking off your mascara successfully.
Brush downwards to clear all the mascara and then turn the pad and go anti-clockwise to make sure you remove it from all around the eyes.
So, now that you have the make-up maladies broken down for you by the expert herself, it’s time to look beautiful even while you wear your glasses.