Wearing glasses can sometimes make it challenging to achieve the perfect makeup look, especially when it comes to false eyelashes. Glasses can cast shadows on the eyes and obstruct the lashes, making them appear less visible. However, with a few simple tips and tricks, you can make your false eyelashes look fantastic, even while wearing glasses.
We're excited to share some valuable insights on how to make your false eyelashes pop, helping your eyes stand out even behind your glasses.
Make Your False Eyelashes Look Fabulous, Even with Glasses On.
When it comes to eye makeup, false eyelashes can make a significant difference in your look. But, for people who wear glasses, it can be tricky to achieve the perfect lash look. Glasses can cast shadows on the eyes and obstruct the lashes, making them appear less visible.
How can I make my false eyelashes look natural while wearing glasses?
One of the most important factors in making your false eyelashes look good with glasses is to choose the right lashes. Avoid lashes that are too heavy or dramatic as they can overwhelm your eyes and glasses. Instead, opt for wispy, natural-looking false eyelashes that will enhance your eyes without being too bold, such as our Beach Time false eyelashes.
Should I choose long or short lashes if I wear glasses?
When choosing lashes, consider the thickness and length of your frames. If your frames are thin or your lenses are small, you can choose longer lashes, such as our Trouble Maker pair of false lashes.
Our new Carmelita false eyelashes are also a great choice if you’re looking for soft, lengthy, yet natural-looking false eyelashes.
Can I wear false lashes if I have thick glasses frames?
If you have thick frames, shorter lashes might be a better option, and we would recommend Divine, our set of natural false eyelashes that have natural length and volume.
You should have a look at one of our favourite pairs of false eyelashes Ma Cherie, which can be used for a natural enhancement if you wear thick frames. This pair of natural false eyelashes are split into two so if you wear thin frames, you can style this pair by stacking them up to give you that dramatic look.
Check out our blog on how to choose the right false eyelashes for you, according to your eye shape.
Trim Your Lashes
Trimming your lashes to fit the length of your eye can make a significant difference in how they look with glasses. When lashes are too long, they can brush against your glasses and make them dirty. Moreover, they can also cause discomfort when wearing glasses. Therefore, it's crucial to trim your lashes to fit the length of your eye, ensuring that they don't touch your glasses.
To trim your lashes, hold them up to your eye and mark the spot where they extend beyond the outer corner of your eye. Then, trim them from the outer corner to ensure they're the right length. Make sure you don't cut them too short, or they won't be visible.
Apply Your Lashes Correctly
Applying your false lashes correctly is essential for making them look good with glasses. Firstly, curl your natural lashes and apply mascara to create a base for your false lashes. This will help your lashes blend in with your natural lashes, giving a more natural look.
Next, apply glue to the lash band and wait for a few seconds for it to become tacky. Place the lash band as close to your natural lash line as possible, using tweezers to get it in the right position. Press the lashes onto your lash line, making sure they're secure.
Here’s an easy guide to applying false eyelashes to make them look glam and natural.
How can I ensure that my lashes don't touch my glasses?
To prevent your lashes from touching your glasses, apply them to the centre of your eye instead of the outer corners. Also, avoid wearing heavy lashes or those with a lot of volume.
If you're looking for tips on how to apply false eyelashes correctly, you might find this blog post helpful!
Blending your false lashes with your glasses is crucial for achieving a seamless look. The key is to ensure that your lashes and glasses work together instead of competing against each other.
To achieve this, use an eyelash curler to curl your natural lashes and your false lashes together. Then, use a mascara brush to blend your natural lashes and false lashes, making sure they're not clumpy or stuck together.
Finally, use a highlighter or light eyeshadow to brighten the inner corners of your eyes, creating a subtle glow that will draw attention to your eyes and lashes.
Wearing glasses doesn't have to be a barrier to achieving your desired look. By choosing the right lashes, trimming them to fit, and applying them correctly, you can create a beautiful and natural-looking lash look that complements your glasses.
So go ahead and try out some of these tips and tricks to take your eye makeup game to the next level!